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Old 09-27-2018, 03:32 PM
 
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What is this; a razor? Since when is it a good idea to shave your eyebrows?

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I shave mine with actual blades on sticks made specifically for eyebrow shaping. I just found out about them and they work so well for me. I am happy to find out about the little shaver your linked to. It would be easier to control than scraping angles with the blades I have.

I need to shave because plucking is not in the cards for me due to poor eyesight to pluck hairs one by one.

The idea that your brows will grow in coarser, I wouldn't know because my eyebrows are always trimmed and coarseness is not observed because of it.
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Old 09-27-2018, 07:37 PM
 
Location: Florida Gulf Coast
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I shave mine with actual blades on sticks made specifically for eyebrow shaping. I just found out about them and they work so well for me. I am happy to find out about the little shaver your linked to. It would be easier to control than scraping angles with the blades I have.

I need to shave because plucking is not in the cards for me due to poor eyesight to pluck hairs one by one.

The idea that your brows will grow in coarser, I wouldn't know because my eyebrows are always trimmed and coarseness is not observed because of it.
Where do you get it? I have light brows and tweezing really hurts. I've been using a razor to clean up the hairs under the arch for years. But now the darn razors are so fancy, what with their triple blades and all, that I can't really use them. I did see there's a little brow razor at Sally's that I was going to check out. It was actually featured in InStyle and recommended by a makeup artist.
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Old 09-27-2018, 10:14 PM
 
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Look at those "before" pictures! Looks like someone let a mouse loose in there. LOL

The outer edge of my brows has all but disappeared over the years so I don't have much need to pluck but I'd like to look like I have a brow with definition so I have recently started using a light swoosh of brow fiber with volumizer.

I wouldn't use it for every day but I'm quite happy with the definition it gives. Have to go easy, though, or I end up looking like Mommy Dearest.
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Old 09-28-2018, 08:54 AM
 
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Where do you get it? I have light brows and tweezing really hurts. I've been using a razor to clean up the hairs under the arch for years. But now the darn razors are so fancy, what with their triple blades and all, that I can't really use them. I did see there's a little brow razor at Sally's that I was going to check out. It was actually featured in InStyle and recommended by a makeup artist.
There are several varieties available for sale on Amazon.
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