Thursday, 28 June 2012

Eyes for eyebrows

Eyebrows are probably the most annoying thing on my entire face. Plucking them takes ages, only to wake up the next morning and find a new hair has ruined my hard work. Not only this, but for some reason, my eyebrows grow straight upwards. So if I pluck a hair out, that is the whole height of that part of my eyebrow gone. I don’t understand. Yet somehow, the majority of people i see each day have perfect eyebrows.

What can we do about it?

Probably the least painful and cheapest option, as you just need a pair of tweezers and you’re off. But the shape is never quite how you want it, and you seem to spend your whole life trying to tame them. However, it is useful as you can whip any stray hairs out in seconds.

Waxing / Threading
This option is more painful and expensive, not to mention the fact that 99% of the time you can’t do it yourself, so in-between treatments you have to walk around looking like Susan Boyle. But once they’ve been done your eyebrows look and feel perfect, and you don’t have to make yourself late in the mornings because you’ve developed eyebrows bigger than the rugby team overnight.

Those are the two main options that let you develop the shape and thickness of your eyebrows as you want them. And they're both reasonably cheap.

Or alternatively, as I know of a boy who once did (for a dare), shave them off.

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