Leonardo DiCaprio Reportedly Flew an "Eyebrow Artist" 7,500 Miles Just for His Pre-Oscars Grooming

Jet fuel vs. fleekness.

Resident charmer Leonardo DiCaprio apparently flew an "eyebrow artist" 7,500 miles in the pursuit of having the most on-fleek brows possible at the Oscars, the Independent reports.

Though he only made an appearance at the 2017 Academy Awards to present Emma Stone with her Best Actress award for La La Land, it was evidently the height of importance that his arches were in check—he reportedly flew Sharon-Lee Hamilton, Australian "eyebrow artist to the stars," from Sydney to Los Angeles for the sole purpose of tending to him and a select few friends before the ceremony.

Apparently, along with Tobey Maguire, Leo is a member of the Hollywood elite who insist on flying Hamilton across the Pacific Ocean to "trim and wax" their brows, a service that usually costs $200.

Although the eyebrow artist, who has previously counted Princess Mary and George Clooney as clients, wouldn't confirm the claims, she did say it wasn't the first time she'd done DiCaprio's brows, telling PS they were introduced through Tobey Maguire's ex-wife.

"When we travel at request, our costs are covered," she said.

As much as eyebrow grooming ranks pretty highly on our "Important Things" list, Leo has come under fire from critics and Twitter users alike for flying Hamilton to L.A., especially due to his environmental stance.

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