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    (Original post by Cremated_Spatula)
    Both, first one is more obvious.
    Well neither have. Maybe that's the power of make-up? I guess in a way both are used to achieve the same thing?
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    I can see in the second photo that you do have eyebrows, they're just very fair. Have you ever tried lightly filling them in?

    I have fair eyebrows compared to my dyed hair and I fill them in every day. It's probably the one thing that makes the biggest difference for me.
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    (Original post by lamaragymnast)
    Well neither have. Maybe that's the power of make-up? I guess in a way both are used to achieve the same thing?
    Very funny.
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    (Original post by Twinpeaks)
    I can see in the second photo that you do have eyebrows, they're just very fair. Have you ever tried lightly filling them in?

    I have fair eyebrows compared to my dyed hair and I fill them in every day. It's probably the one thing that makes the biggest difference for me.
    I do normally try and make them fuller, but sometimes I'm to lazy or just think why should I because that's just how I am. To be honest I worry more about my hair, as that's really fine and I worry it will all just vanish one day and I'll be bald. I don't think having no eyebrows makes me to alien looking.
 
 
 
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