>To pluck or not to pluck?

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>I swear, I’m not obsessed with eyebrows. Even though my favorite part of my blog doodle is the arched eyebrow, I rarely take notice of my own. They are just another feature on my head…unless I’m trying to express incredulity.

I confess, I rarely pluck my eyebrows. I think they look fine (even if there is a gray hair or two in them). So, I was a little taken aback when I was getting my makeup done at the Life Well Lived, Pre-BlogHer ’11 conference session sponsored by Proctor & Gamble and the gal insisted that she sculpt my brows. I was more worried about figuring out which color makeup I should be using, but I let her “pull hair out of my face” as she put it…because I knew it wouldn’t make a difference.

Do you see a difference? One is plucked and the other is not.  Honestly, I don’t see it.

One thought on “>To pluck or not to pluck?

  1. Lynsioux

    >Well, that is interesting about eyebrows. I rarely pluck mine but when I do, or have them done, they look more prominent in a good way. I noticed the same thing on your pic when it was small size–one side looks more groomed, a bit nicer but also a little thicker. How can this be when I think it has had hair removed? Then when I clicked on the pic to see it bigger, you can obviously see some hairs were removed from that brow. The smaller pic represents how you'd look at a greater distance or a small picture. You can't actually see the hairs but just the overall look. So the smaller pic's tweezed eyebrow looks a little more elegant/smooth/good. I vote tweeze and I promise I will too.

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