Why do women shave off their eyebrows just to pencil it back in? lol!
Pencil them? What about the ones that Tattoo them? Well... Puertorricans guys being doing their eyebrows for many years now... Maybe that is what keeps me from going back... I don't do my eyebrows!!!! Back in the late 60's 2 brothers friends of mine were the only one doing it since their teens and girls were into eyebrows and loved theirs... It was a secret that only few of us knew... hell... They had the coolest boots you could find... yep the secret was going to NYC and picking up females boots back in the Picadilly Circus Fashion Bellbottoms era. Now guys with Unibrow... that never, ever been cool... not even in the nba. THE SECRETS OF YOUR FRIENDS THAT YOU KEEP!!! 50 YEARS IS ENOUGH.
I know older women who have to draw on eyebrows simply because they no longer have them. When we get older we have less hair and eyebrows aren't as thick as when we were young. So along with years of waxing and plucking, many women simply don't have eyebrows and have to draw them on.
I don't know anyone who does this. I do know women who trimmed their brows very thin when it was in style years ago who now pencil over them to make them appear thicker since thicker ones are in style now. Hair follicles are one of those things that can be damaged enough that the style becomes permanent. That's true of skin. It's why I am wary of skin damaging fads.
That's so 1930s, didn't know people are doing it these days. Nobody I know does it, though.
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