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    Default Should Males have eyebrows shaped into a more feminine appearance

    Upon reviewing previous posts (which are quite old ) I think this question deserves another try..

    Several years ago I had my husbands shaped permanently with electrolosis, and allthough a bit thin they look absolutely marvelous.

    Albeit,,quite feminine but really very nice.

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    Default Re: Should Males have eyebrows shaped into a more feminine appearance

    No, but we should have eyebrows (plural) with neat ends. If they're caterpillar thick, they should be subtly thinned. But shaped/arched? I don't think so.

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    Default Re: Should Males have eyebrows shaped into a more feminine appearance

    To answer the original question, i'd say no.

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    Default Re: Should Males have eyebrows shaped into a more feminine appearance

    Ya, another "no" here... I think they're should be two of them and just keep them trimmed of wild hairs and your gtg....

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    Default Re: Should Males have eyebrows shaped into a more feminine appearance

    NO!

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    Default Re: Should Males have eyebrows shaped into a more feminine appearance

    Nooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo ooooooooooooooooooooo.

    They may take my liberty, but they'll never take my eyebrows!

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    Default Re: Should Males have eyebrows shaped into a more feminine appearance

    I wouldn't.
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    Default Re: Should Males have eyebrows shaped into a more feminine appearance

    Do whatever makes you happy but personally , no .........

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    Default Re: Should Males have eyebrows shaped into a more feminine appearance

    Heavens, no!!
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    Default Re: Should Males have eyebrows shaped into a more feminine appearance

    Some guys need a little discrete cleaning up so there's a way of knowing where the brows end and the hairline begins and there are two brows. But ladybrows on guys is not an appealing look IMO.
    Last edited by socalwoman; 3rd September 2010 at 05:04 AM.

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    Default Re: Should Males have eyebrows shaped into a more feminine appearance

    I'll say keep the unibrow from happening and getting the wild hairs and you are OK. Thin eyebrows on a guy would never look natural.
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    Default Re: Should Males have eyebrows shaped into a more feminine appearance

    Shape the left one and keep the right one bushy for an avant-garde asymmetrical look!
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    Default Re: Should Males have eyebrows shaped into a more feminine appearance

    No

    Ho - hum

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    Default Re: Should Males have eyebrows shaped into a more feminine appearance

    Another NO

    Wild hairs- sure. Avoid unibrown- sure.

    Thinned and feminine- No.

    Even if he's the most macho, mouth breathing, beer guzzling, belching guy on earth, neatly thinned brows make many wonder if he'll be performing as Liza Minelli that evening.

    One of those things that is immediately apparent.
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    Default Re: Should Males have eyebrows shaped into a more feminine appearance

    I think men should groom .If you have big wild eyebrows and it's getting to that time of life where you get the odd, thick, stray, long white yeti hair ( hehe - sorry couldn't resist ... ) growing from your eyebrows - then trim and trim ! But I am not sure about shaped brows and arched like women - it looks un natural on men .
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