By LexiJ1 - 02/06/2014 12:00 - Australia
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Oh no I love the comments. You. Guys are actually kinda making me feel a little better. And I love the creativity!! I'm sorry for ruining my eyebrows but I'm not a Prick tyvm. Btw, I have school tomorrow....I can just imagine the round nicknames I'll get......-_-'
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why would you need to look up ways to fix your eyebrows? oh and who the hell is Nina Dubrev?
I'm pretty sure that Google is more reliable than you give it credit for. Case IN point: I googled Nina Dobrev and I instantly knew everything I needed to know about her in a general, quick sense, and had multiple photgraphs of her appear in a convenient fashion. Also, to address your point: It wasn't so much the information provided by her source (you assume Google) that led her to her situation, but as she said, her execution of the protocol.
I wasn't trying to bash OP's execution or Google's information. It was a simple joke. As for the 'case in point' thing, it's more common to hear the phrase in verbal debate than it is to read it. That being said, I hear 'case and point' because it sounds just like 'case in point.' And I did use Google to find what was right, so thank you. I am glad to learn something new about common mistakes so that I don't make them in the future.
If this makes you feel any better, back in high school my best friend accidentally shaved off part of her eyebrow and filled the bald spot in with sharpie. I wasn't able to tell until she mentioned it because she was so paranoid. It probably not as bad as you think!
what I do OP is use my finger to cover part of the brow to see if I like the shape it will take if I remove that part. Also pull down on the hairs to get at the ones on the edge vs the edges of the ones on the center. finally I take sharp nail scissors and trim.aybe that helps.
Well, you can still shave them off completely and draw them. Not sure which will look worse.
Did you know people do eyebrows, usually relatively cheap, in salons? I'd look into that.
Don't worry! You can fix this. First go to a salon where they can at least get it closer to looking the same. Then you can use an eyebrow pencil until it starts growing back!!!
Always get your eyebrows shaped by a professional if it is your first time. Believe me, I am a former forehead caterpillar owner.
... a mirror would've probably helped a bit with directions. Anyway, i still can't see how that happened.
It's ridiculously easy to overpluck if you have no idea what you're doing. Usually, people mess up when they can't seem to get both eyebrows to take on a similar shape, and pluck another hair here and one there and suddenly half their brows are gone. It's like the liquid eyeliner panda eyes in reverse, but you unfortunately can't just wipe it off when you get frustrated and give up.
That's where I disagree, 37. If they're really as different as OP is saying, they clearly didn't just over pluck. As someone with a HORRIBLE, dark, bushy unibrow (if left untamed) I don't think it's that easy to mess up. I used to do that fashionable over plucking thing, and sometimes mine are a little uneven, but I've never made a terrible, horrible mistake like OP and a lot of other commenters are saying they've done. It's really not that hard to pluck your eyebrows. Waxing, I could understand messing up a bit easier because it takes off so much at once, but plucking?
37 is completely right. It's very easy to do. Plus when you are plucking you are only staring at one eyebrow, and usually in a magnified mirror, so it's difficult to get them both looking the same and it's hard to measure unless you draw lines with a white eyeliner pencil before hand. And you would be surprised how much 1 or 2 hairs in a certain spot make the biggest difference! If you pluck those 1 or 2 it can change the whole shape.