With the Met Gala finally done, we're revisiting some of the night's most memorable looks.

Usually, the night sparks plenty of memes, trends, and viral moments, and this year was certainly no different. I mean, Kim Kardashian even wore Marilyn Monroe's dress, which ended up being the biggest stunt of the night without a doubt.

Another member of the Kardashian Clan, Kendall Jenner, sported a new look that was slightly more edgy than her usual minimal approach.

Dressed in a black Prada gown, the model also debuted bleached eyebrows, and we already know that it won't be the last time we see blonde brows this summer.

We already know that when it comes to starting trends, no one does it like the Kardashians, and following Kendall's brow transformation, there have already been plenty of TikTok tutorials on how to achieve the look both through actually bleaching then, as well as with makeup. @alexandraafrench How to bleach your brows for the summer !! #bleachedbrows #kendalljennermetgala2022 #fyp #summerbeauty ♬ Baby - Charli XCX

Before you all get mad and tell us that bleached brows have always been a thing – we know – but it's never quite hit the mainstream. Of course, within fashion, bleached and shaved brows are a tale as old as time and are often used in editorials and on runways.

If you're not quite ready to commit to the full bleach, there are plenty of ways to mimic the look using techniques frequently used by drag queens, involving plenty of concealer and setting powder.

@youngcouture Idk how I feel about the brows on me 😭❤️ #makeup #metgala #kendalljenner ♬ Slow Motion (Fast Beat) - AMARIA BB

It remains to be seen whether we'll actually be seeing bleached brows become a thing, but when it comes to taking a trend into the mainstream, the Kardashians are practically experts.

This year has already seen the return of the skinny brow, so nothing is impossible.

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