The Killer Eyebrows Taking Over Your Social Feed

Lets start with a tie-breaker


1. Your starter for 10:  

Who was the owner of one highly arched 'killer eyebrow' who led Cambridge to victory on University Challenge this week?

(clue: It was highly intelligent student and captain of the team, Hannah Woods)

Three bonus questions on the expressive nature of Hannah Woods' eyebrows.

(a) Why is the entire internet so obsessed with the A-symmetrical nature of her face? (A: Because as Twitter commentators told us all, 'it is the greatest eyebrow in the history of quiz shows)


(b) Does this prove the amazing power of the brow? (A: YES. It's your most important facial feature, according to science, and, as in the case of Ms Woods, a perfectly arched one could earn you an anonymous marriage proposal via social media)

(c) Which former James Bond and fellow brow-hero tweeted his appreciation of Hannahs amazing eyebrow? (A: @SirRogerMoore "Ah, Woods and her Roger Moore eyebrow")


2 Your starter for 10: 

How many Twitter accounts have been set up in honour of Hannah's killer eyebrows and for 5 bonus points, name them.

(clue: one is called Facaetious Eyebrow @of_miss_woods, and one is called Browfan @woodseyebrow)

Three bonus tips on the Power of Brow:

(a) Understanding your optimum eyebrow can lead to (almost) global fame. Visit a Benefit Brow Bar for a perfect-brow mapping service and never look back.

(b) Fill in your own eyebrows with a fine brow pencil that matches your hair colour, concentrating little flicks along the top edge, just before the arch and a gentler motion toward the front of the brow. Brush through with a clean mascara wand

(c) Never over-extend your brows. This is a mistake Hannah Woods would never make, and she is officially the cleverest person in the UK. Until the next series, anyway.

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