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    Default Please don't touch your eyebrows GRRRRR..

    I know making mistakes is bound to happen growing up,
    I have made many
    I remember when I was a teenager plucking my eyebrows to the point,
    where there was hardly anything there I had to pencil them on

    I have always wanted eyebrows like kristian Alfonso (hope from Days of our lives) and now I have them

    My Dd is almost 14 and she shaved around her eyebrows
    sure they look good but
    pluck them or wax but never shave .

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    Oh dear!! She'll regret doing that once they grow back!

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    hehehe my DH has to shave his monobrow, he hates plucking it and wont let me wax it. I think thats the only time its OK to shave.

    I have a Nads facial wand and I love it. Its cold wax and really easy to use.

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    Jeez.

    She's gonna end up looking terrible!

    I'd be mortified if DD did that!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ruby Slippers View Post
    sure they look good.
    EEEEK! Really? Do they look good having been shaved around?

    I doubt at nearly 14 I would have had the dexterity to 'shave' around my eyebrows and have them look anything but disastrous, but if your DD has suceeded, more power to her! But, oh dear, hope they grow back somewhat 'normal' again.

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    Haha a friend of mine tried to shave their eyebrows around that age... HE certainly didn't have the dexterity for it so he put a bandaid over the mutilated eyebrow and lied and said he'd cut it.

    Awww silly boy. His eye brows were FINE it was just the girl he liked was being a biatch and told him his eyebrows were too bushy poor boy.

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    You can buy those "magic eyebrow wands" that are just miniature razor blades on a stick. They're really gross, but people buy them

    Your poor DD! Hopefully the regrowth isn't TOO bad. The best way I shape my brows is to use a white pencil to draw the natural arch and then pluck any hairs that fall outside the line. It works perfectly each time


 

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