Kim Kardashian made the news again on Monday when she attended sister Kendall Jenner’s birthday party with bleached brows. She didn’t come up with the idea completely on her own however. Buddy Carla Delevingne walked down the Spring 2015 Givenchy runway with bleached eyebrows.

It’s actually quite easy to get the look at home with Jolen Creme Bleach. I first learned about Jolen back in my high school days from my best friend, so it’s been around for quite some time. I used to lay out on the beach (we didn’t know about sunscreen then, so don’t follow in my footsteps) and get as tan as possible, and then using Jolen on my arms to give a sun-bleached look. No matter how long I stayed in the sun, my arm hair would never get that bleached-out look. It works well on face, eyebrows, and the body.

The new packaging includes a mixing cup and spatula which certainly makes the whole thing a million times easier. You can mix enough for a large spot, like the arms, without having to stop and mix more as you go.

Jolen first appeared on shelves 50 years ago, and they are celebrating their anniversary with a giveaway on the new Jolen Facebook page, where there will be more than 50 winners.

Kim Kardashian brows in 10 minutes. Kan’t beat that.

Where’s your trouble spot for noticeable hair — lip, cheeks, arms, elsewhere?

Jolene Creme Bleach in original and sensitive formula, $5.99 at major retailers.

Conair® 3X/1X Illuminated LED Mirror (pictured in photo), $15.99

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