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Rather strange subjects are discussed by the webmasters on WebmasterWorld. We have talked about shaving or not shaving beards and how it is to be done if it is. And we have talked about nose hair. Now I feel it's time to discuss the cutting of bushy eyebrows.
Like all members of my family I have always had long eyelashes and over the years my eyebrows have grown somewhat bushy. These two facts have made it necessary for me to cut my eyebrows regularly.
I would like to ask those male members who have grown beyond their first youth and well into the second (or third): Do you cut your eyebrows?
Have your barber or stylist trim the uni too!
P.S. Ever notice that the really unruly ones are of a different fiber than the rest? Almost like a you know what.
P.S.S. I've never seen anyone with eyelash issues. Do they too get out of hand? I remember once when I lost mine due to freezing weather and touching when I wasn't supposed to. It took forever and a day for them to grow back!
Also, this topic does not just apply to old men whatever that age that may be!
For reaching a certain age a while back my better half included one of these all-purpose trimmers for the places you never knew you would have to trim when you were a tyke. I expected it to be fairly compact but the dang thing looks more like a Saturn V rocket -- complete with navigational lights! I'm supposed to stick that thing up my nose!?!
The accessory trimmers do make dealing with the eyebrow and occassional ear-tufts (No, you don't think of them when you're 21) a breeze.
IMHO it's not pretty, attractive, sexy, or masculine to have the caterpillar brows, a five o'clock shadow, and hair growing out your Honey's ears (especially if your honey is a female... scary thought)
Pro Brow-Whacker, here. Wax, cut, shave, or pluck - just kill 'em.
P.S. If and when the back hair grows past your collar, it could use a good mowing, too...
(If there's any that can't be taken care of with those three, it's probably not something I want to think of, so don't feel obligated to enlighten me.)