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    I decided to ditch the tweezers and opt for the more flattering, fuller eyebrows. Although this means they can be rather messy looking.

    I usually brush them using an old mascara wand/eyebrow comb, but they never stay in place for long.

    I've tried eyebrow gel but it made my eyebrow hair fall out (when I was removing the product when taking make-up off)

    Any ideas, TSRers?
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    I've got clear mascara to keep mine in place, although I've heard that vaseline is a good alternative.
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    i was thinking of getting mine tatooed -
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    (Original post by GeekPervert)
    I've got clear mascara to keep mine in place, although I've heard that vaseline is a good alternative.
    I'd imagine that would make it shiny and waxy...
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    clear mascara us a good one
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    They make my eyebrow hair fall out when removing make-up...

    Hence, I need an alternative. Preferably one I don't have to remove at the end of the day.
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    (Original post by OnlyMe!)
    I'd imagine that would make it shiny and waxy...
    Only if you use too much, a little would be all you need.
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    Just had a thought... What if you spray a bit of hairspray on the mascara wand and then use it on your eyebrows?
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    (Original post by GeekPervert)
    Just had a thought... What if you spray a bit of hairspray on the mascara wand and then use it on your eyebrows?
    Because I have to remove the hairspray at the end of the day...and then they fall out.
 
 
 
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