The Georgians loved a dark dramatic brow. Fake brows were sometimes glued on and they were made from a weird range of materials – including, it is reported, mouse skin. But for a more subtle look (and humane one!) recipes from the 1780s suggest using burnt cloves. 

The Georgians loved a dark dramatic brow. Fake brows were sometimes glued on and they were made from a weird range of materials – including, it is reported, mouse skin. But for a more subtle look (and humane one!) recipes from the 1780s suggest using burnt cloves. 

The Georgians loved a dark dramatic brow. Fake brows were sometimes glued on and they were made from a weird range of materials – including, it is reported, mouse skin. But for a more subtle look (and humane one!) recipes from the 1780s suggest using burnt cloves. 

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