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    Hi i have this problem that i have quite a bit of hair between my eyebrows and its forming a monobrow and i was wondering whats the best way to get rid of it

    i cant shave it as it will grow back and leave stuble which is really embarrising
    i cant pluck it it will still come back and theres alot to pluck making it sore lol
    i dont have any hair removing cream

    please help me by posting your methods / views.
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    shave it!!
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    wax strip.
    cut according to size.
    smooth down along the same direction as hair growth, hold and with one quick movement pull away, in the opposite direction to hair growth.
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    if you keep waxing, the hair will get less coarse, and will eventually either get really fine so it can't be seen, or will not grow back
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    Pluck, it doesn't hurt after a couple of weeks cos u get used to it, thats what I do.
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    plucking it won't make it grow back too fast, your skin will get used to it, too. You'll sneeze a little but use moisturiser and let it cool down a bit and it'll stop being sore.
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    go to a place where they thread eyebrows that don't hurt.

    let someone sort it out for a fiver lol
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    ive got the same problem as you, im trying to ignore mine for as long as possible
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    I pluck mine to buggery every 3 weeks usually, seems to work!

    Otherwise go to a place that does eyebrow shaping
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    I used to have a major monobrow.
    I basically shave it at the same time I do the rest of my face - it's just part of my routine now.
    Every now and then you'll have to pluck it to keep your eyebrows even at the bridge of your nose - the worst thing is to have uneven eyebrows :p:
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    (Original post by Myotherone)
    ive got the same problem as you, im trying to ignore mine for as long as possible
    You should NEVER ignore a monobrow. Us girls always notice them, so you should never ignore it. I couldn't date a guy if he had a monobrow, until he'd either let me sort it out for him, or he went to a beautician and got it threaded/waxed/plucked.

    Plucking is absolutely fine. You will have to keep it up every couple of weeks, but surely it's worth it? No one likes a monobrow. :nah:
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    Electrolysis - like the Rio Hair Removal System it kills the hair from the root resulting in near permanent hair removal it does take time and a couple of try to work.

    It worked for me as I had the same problem plus it's not expensive.

    You can buy it at Argos.
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    It'll come back whatever you do. I'd pluck it, it'll hurt less every time you do it.
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    put some bonjela on the place where the hairs are, and then pluck them, nummmb.

    tbh I've plucked my eyebrows since I was like 13 or something, and it's never really hurt. Make sure your skin is taught if you want it to hurt less.
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    thanks for the advice but im 16 17 in 2 days and to go to a place that would fix them would just be ulti embarising.
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    (Original post by SD111)
    thanks for the advice but im 16 17 in 2 days and to go to a place that would fix them would just be ulti embarising.
    I first went to my eyebrow shaping woman when I was 15, it'snot embarrassing and beauticians are always lovely
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    pluck it, I do mine and my fellas, if there is one thing I can't on him it is a monobrow
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    Just pluck it, it's really not that painful.
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    Thread or wax it
 
 
 
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