Cara Delevingne's brows are surprisingly low maintenance

Cara Delevingne’s most famous feature – her naturally bushy eyebrows – are also her easiest to maintain. The 22-year-old has revealed that to keep her trademark feature looking perfect she barely touches them. The British beauty prefers to let her brows grow naturally.

CLICK ON PHOTOS FOR FULL GALLERYCara Delevingne has revealed the secret behind her groomed eyebrows

They just grow. I’m lucky with the shape – I inherited it from my grandmother," she told Style. “I pluck a few, but I don’t shape them.”

While her successful career as a model gives her access to the world’s biggest make-up and beauty experts, Cara revealed that when it comes to her eyebrows, she prefers to look after them herself.

I usually don’t let other people touch them, just in case,” she admitted.

Cara Delevingne and Kendall Jenner at a Paper Towns screening

Cara also revealed that while her job as a model meant she couldn’t be too adventurous with her beauty look, now that she is focusing more on acting – she is currently starring in the film adaptation of John Green’s novel Paper Towns – she is hoping to be able to experiment with her hair.

“I’m not that adventurous with my hair, but I’ve always wanted to dye it green or purple,” she said. “I’d love to be able to cut it short, but I think I’d look like a boy, so I’m going to wait for a film to make me do that.”

The young supermodel recently wowed at a special screening of Paper Towns in Los Angeles, where she was joined by close friend and fellow model Kendall Jenner who came to support her.

Cara pulled out all the stops for the glitzy event, turning heads in an outfit from Alexandre Vaulthier’s Autumn/Winter 2015 haute couture collection which consisted of a cream kimono featuring a plunging neckline, paired with a gold sequinned miniskirt and an oversized red tassled belt.

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