The Five Women Who Have Most Successfully Pulled Off Dark Eyebrows with Blonde Hair

Though blonde hair and dark eyebrows is generally classified as risky aesthetic business, there are certain female celebrities who can pull the look off to a tee. What follows are the five most successful times in pop culture history that the contrast was showcased.

Modern Gwen.
Modern Gwen.

Gwen Stefani, circa now: While there may have been a time when Gwen was known for her ever-changing and vibrant hair colors (pink, purple and blue included), it is her current state of etherealness that has become her real signature.

The look that prevailed during the Who's That Girl era
The look that prevailed during the Who’s That Girl era

Madonna, circa 1987: Many will disagree, but Madonna’s bushy dark eyebrows and short blonde hair made for a daring beauty choice that deserves reverence. Madonna also punctuated the combo during the True Blue and Truth or Dare eras.

Natural vibes
Natural vibes

Cara Delivigne, circa now: Already a force to be reckoned with because of her general upstaging of Kate Moss as the “it” model, Delivigne’s ability to effortlessly appear natural, even with blonde hair atop dark brows, makes her a genuine fashion rebel.

The ultimate blonde
The ultimate blonde

Marilyn Monroe, circa late 50s/early 60s: The original blonde bombshell, Marilyn is the most iconic example of this look, and the sex appeal associated with it.

Colors collide
Colors collide

Mary Kate Olsen, circa mid-00s: Already anorexia-chic, Mary Kate Olsen has made women everywhere jealous of her ability to make the strung out aura look enviably gorgeous.