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Do I have a unibrow?!

 

Probably not, chica. The place on your face you described is below where a unibrow would normally form. Also, it’s normal for everyone to have hair on their body, even on the bridge of your nose. While it could possibly be the beginning of more hair growth, it’s nothing to be stressin’ about. Plus, because your hairs are blonde; they aren’t as easily noticeable as brown hair would be. No one else but you probably notices. If it still bugs ya and you want to get rid of it, there are a few options to nix that hair quickly.

 
Waxing
 
You can get your brow waxed at home or at a salon. After you wax it, the hair should be gone for about a month or so. While it can take some getting used to, waxing your brows isn’t terribly painful and it’s super quick. You can have this done inexpensively at a salon, or at home.
 
Plucking
 
Plucking your brow is probably the easiest and safest way to get the job done. To begin, go somewhere where there is good, natural lighting, which allows you to see most of your hairs. Remember: always tweeze in the direction that your hairs grow. Tweezing after you take a warm shower helps to reduce pain because the steam helps open up your pores.
 

BY KELLY MYSLINSKI ON 8/18/2011 12:00:00 AM

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