June 4th, 2014

Eyebrow transplants

Yes, you heard that right: eyebrow transplants.

17 Responses to “Eyebrow transplants”

  1. Molly NH Says:

    You have to be very attractive to get away with heavy eyebrows. Brooke Shields is about the only example of heavy brows not detracting from a woman’s appearance.
    They are just too masculinizing (sp) for the average woman to look good with them. They look like fuzzy catepillars hanging out above your eyeball. LOL

  2. Harold Says:

    Here’s lookin at ya.

  3. Sam L. Says:

    Now bald guys have a new way to do a comb-over–a
    comb-back!

    Who will be first?

  4. parker Says:

    Women have been plucking their eyebrows to appear more attractive and now the new fad is to beef up eyebrows to look more attractive? What am I missing?

  5. Ray Says:

    Can someone explain why women like Cara Delevingne put dark circles around their eyes? I think it makes them look like a raccoon or maybe drug addicts.

  6. Paul A'Barge Says:

    Are merkin transplants next?
    Inquiring minds want to know.

  7. Yankee Republican Says:

    But this can be a very serious and troubling issue for some! I used to have full, dark, good-looking eyebrows about ten years ago. Now my eyebrows are sparse and much lighter in color, making a very noticeable difference in photos between now and then. Eyebrows that are faint and scanty can make one look older, and make one’s face less expressive. I miss my old eyebrows–and I’m a guy. At least I still have most of my hair.

  8. southpaw Says:

    Andy Rooney was certainly a fan of those. His were reminiscent of Jurassic cockroaches engaged in mortal combat on his forehead.

  9. Don Carlos Says:

    Senator Sam Ervin also had eyebrows crawling up his forehead like a scramble of sailors on cargo netting. I ran into him once in a liquor store in western NC after Watergate. The clerk volunteered Senator Sam bought that much bourbon every week, and it was a lot.

  10. blert Says:

    Don Carlos…

    Pelosi ‘bought’ cases of America’s finest on every flight west.

    For top pols liquor is gifted like they’re cigars.

    (They’ll slap a sticker on the bottle indicating…)

  11. rickl Says:

    Molly NH Says:
    June 4th, 2014 at 1:42 pm

    You have to be very attractive to get away with heavy eyebrows. Brooke Shields is about the only example of heavy brows not detracting from a woman’s appearance.

    I can also think of Salma Hayek.

  12. Molly NH Says:

    didn t she even go the extra mile and sport a unibrow in that movie Frida ?

  13. Don Carlos Says:

    Now there’s an eyebrow:Frida Kahlo. Too bad about her mustache, too.

  14. Elliott Says:

    I dye my eyebrows only as I am greying. I have Elizabeth Taylor eyebrows and I am a man. No tweezing or wax stuff. I am vain as hell about them. They are essential for my fearsome scowl. And full brows do make women look younger. And meaner.

  15. JuliB Says:

    The first picture on that article is Lena Dunham. What a pig, regardless of eyebrows.

  16. RigelDog Says:

    Don’t be hatin’ ! I am naturally blonde and have had thick-enough brows, though each hair is very fine and only a little darker than my hair color. In my 50s now, the eyebrows are shedding and almost disappearing at the edges. I was recently wondering if it was possible to do eyebrow transplants, because I certainly would be interested if/when my brows become truly sparse. When I take the time to darken them now (using inexpensive, light-brown matte eyeshadow btw; it works at least as well as the expensive stuff I once got from a brow expert) I look so much younger. But that’s a pain, doesn’t last all day, and it is not easy to get a good effect at the outer edges where there is little hair left.

  17. Ymarsakar Says:

    Hate is too high a word for my disinterest on this matter.

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