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by Xarah (follow)
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I get my eyebrows threaded because it's a clean way of maintaining them--plus it lasts for almost a month and a half. Threading doesn't hurt as much as plucking as well, which is a huge bonus.

I'm curious - what do you gals get done to your eyebrows?

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We have a truce. I don't do anything to them and they don't do anything to me.
Hahaha! I love it! I wish I had this sort of relationship with my brows.
by Vee
Best answer! Hahahahahahaha.
by Rice
Good question. Sometimes they get a little wild because the only place that can get my eyebrows perfect is about a 30 to 40 minute drive. So, sometimes you will find me plucking here and there...but generally I leave them be so they can look in shape 80% of the time! ;)
I don't do anything. But apparently they look like I do. People ask if I get them threaded. I had no idea what they meant (I thought they meant sewn on)
I do nothing to my eyebrows. I could not imagine wasting time and good money to remove my eyebrows only to pencil them back in.
Really there are more important things in life.
Who's 'removing' them? I wax to shape them so they look nice - otherwise I'd have a monobrow! I've never 'pencilled' them back on; I don't have to.
by poppy
I maintain mine with tweezers. When they get too out of line, I go to the beautician to have them waxed. There is nothing better than good eyebrows on a face!
That's exactly what I've been doing for 15 years now. But I thread it instead of waxing.


by pakku
Get them waxed once a month professionally, and tweeze them in between.
I have always done mine with tweezers...and can say one can get carried away.So I haven't got nice ones now :(

I don't do anything. But apparently they look like I do. People ask if I get them threaded. I had no idea what they meant (I thought they meant sewn on)
I prefer to have mine waxed because they are uneven and grow in all sorts of directions. I didn't pay them any attention during high school because I was oblivious to how terrible they did in fact look, but now I can't help but pay attention to them. I'm with jonaj. One can get carried away. One can get *very* carried away. Too bad I got carried away for my son's first Christmas. Now when people look at the photos, they assume I was sick at the time.
by Vee
Used to get my beautician to wax my eyebrows. but now I have found a good threading lady who does a wonderful job of keeping my eyebrows in shape. but if I am rather busy and cannot possibly find time to go to the saloon I pluck it myself with the tweezers. But just to tidy up.
For a couple of years I took the cheat's way out and cut my hair into a fringe that sat just below my eyebrows. That way they were hidden and I didn't have to do anything about them! The downside is now that I've grown my fringe out I keep forgetting they need more frequent maintenance...
Not at all, I don't really take notice of my eyebrows. However, I do not put a lot of effort into my appearance. As long as I am presentable, I think my appearance will be okay.
I don't anymore.
As I get older I have less hair everywhere, so I hardly need to have my eyebrows plucked or waxed as I used to.

Also I am blonde-ish, and they really just do not show especially as I also wear glasses all the time now.
by Finy
I wax mine. I have done it for the last thirty years or so.
by Rice
I tweeze mine and using a ''cosmetic comb'' I will
comb them. When I get carried away with the tweezers, I have to lightly pencil my brows.
Waxed every fortnight without fail. Too thick & dark not to.
I've always used tweezers and found over the years I've hardly had to touch them. I pluck the odd grey one out now I'm older but they just don't grow any more.
I've never been one to tweeze my brows religously to tell you the truth,and now I do them even less, they are just natural,
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