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10 Celebrity Eyebrow Disasters From The '90s That Will Make You Cringe

Listen, we were all guilty of it, it was just a sign of the times. What are we talking about? Eyebrows. They were perhaps the most intensely groomed feature of our bodies, and yet there was hardly anything to them.

Every celebrity in the world seemed to subscribe to these ultra thin brows in the 90s. Well, everyone except Brooke Shields, but she was one of a kind. Everyone else seemed to tweeze their eyebrows until there was only the thinnest of lines. Literally a pencil line would cover them.

Luckily the super thin brows have fallen out of style, and many of your favorite celebs have let them grow back in to a more natural look. Here's how 10 of your favorite stars look now compared to the 90s.

Gwen Stefani's bejeweled eyebrow decorations were iconic, everyone was jealous of her unique look

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Jennifer Lopez is perhaps immortal, because she looks basically the exact same, well except those brows of course

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Drew Barrymore's eyebrows went through a lot in the 90s, it's almost a miracle that they managed to grow back at all

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Madonna survived the 90s brows, but it got a little dicey there for a while

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Tyra was one of the most amazing models of the 90s, so obviously she had to stay on trend, unfortunately the trend wasn't the best

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Those aren't the only stars who have gone through a dramatic brow makeover...

Christina Aguilera's eyebrows are there, I promise!

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Angelina Jolie's thin brows were on trend then, but looking back... wow

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Even the Spice Girls weren't immune to the trend

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Even the Rock gave it a try

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Although not everyone has changed their ways...

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Have you changed your eyebrow ways?

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