Should a guy even tweeze his eyebrows?

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  1. Goliath profile image59
    Goliathposted 8 years ago

    Should a guy even tweeze his eyebrows?

    I have really bushy eyebrows and I've had girls tell me before that I would look 10 times better if I tweezed my eyebrows. The problem is I don't want to look like a fruit cake. Also my eyebrows come back thicker and I don't want to be tweezing them everyday. Is there a solution to this? Or should I just stop tweezing my eyebrows? thanks

  2. sasanqua profile image77
    sasanquaposted 8 years ago

    My best friend has the same problem. He has really bushy eyebrows that actually meet each other. He goes to a beautician and she waxes them for him. It's a little painful, and you gotta pay of course, but he has always said it's worth it.

    Only do something about your eyebrows for yourself, not because girls are telling you to. If you are happy with them as they are, leave them! Whatever you do, make sure it is your choice.

  3. GossipGirlxoxo profile image58
    GossipGirlxoxoposted 8 years ago

    well if your eye brows are bushy you better own a good tweezer because no girl like a guy with two shrubs on his face. do u know the process a girl goes through daily of putting on make up and ur complaining about that typical male.

  4. stricktlydating profile image83
    stricktlydatingposted 8 years ago

    It's a personal choice, just do what you feel comfortable with. In my opinion a guy is not meant to have perfectly groomed eyebrows - it can look too feminine, but plucking a few stray hairs or even trimming a little will tidy it up without looking over-styled. Or let them grow back a little and then see a beautition about a wax, they're used to doing mens eyebrows, and won't overdo it - waxing also lasts weeks longer than plucking, so it's more convenient, and the hairs eventually seem to grow back thinner. I don't recommend you trying to wax them at home yourself though. Also, I should say I prefer natural hairy men, so the whole idea of eybrow grooming overall I don't find neccessary for a man.

  5. Manna in the wild profile image68
    Manna in the wildposted 7 years ago

    Tweeze ? Heck no. Blokes should use a whipper-snipper.

  6. profile image61
    almorrposted 6 years ago

    No way, my eyebrows started to get very bushy about when I was 12 or 13, I was told by several people that I should pluck them, and others told me just to leave them alone.

    I just left them alone, no plucking or anything like that, the result was I had just one bushy eyebrow above both of my eyes, extending a little down to near my nose and then back up and along the other side, no break , I do not regret not ever waxing or plucking them.


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