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Old 08-25-2012, 02:35 PM
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Originally Posted by lordvader44 View Post
I think I may be on to something here.I have brownish red hair but my eyebrows are almost invisible.Most of the good looking men I notice have darker very pronounced eyebrows that bring out the eyes and browline.Would darkening be a good idea ladies?
Don't do it.
Not all women are into this "dark and handsome" look a la George Clooney, so you'd be sending all the wrong signals to them)))
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Old 08-25-2012, 04:54 PM
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Originally Posted by robertpolyglot View Post
It doesn't take rocket science or the need to be a specific gender to answer this. If you have brownish red hair, then that's the deck of genetic cards you were handed, so work with what you've got - more in the way of being in good shape, rather than the "metro" stuff like eyebrows, pedicures, etc.
I'm technically a rocket scientist and I think it's fantastic that there are more men focusing on their looks and getting mani/pedis. The dude I have a thing for right now gets regular pedicures because he's on his feet 10+ hours a day and I love that he's unabashed about it.

It doesn't make them any less manly, I'm all for gender equality all around
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Old 08-25-2012, 05:46 PM
Location: Portlandish, OR
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if they really are invisible or difficult to see, i'd definitely try darkening them. you could do something easy/temporary with a makeup pencil or powder to try it on, and if you like it then see about getting them dyed regularly. Do you feel comfortable trying that yourself or taking a friend with you to help out? you could always go to a salon to get color advice or service.
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