Are you remembering your brows?
Personally, I remember mine every time I look in the mirror! But I'm really really slack about staying on top of keeping them groomed. I've tried to tweeze them myself....starting in high school when I was working on a unibrow! Me and this girl could've been twins!
But I'm trying to turn over a new leaf and stay on top of one of the most prominent facial features that we have. When groomed correctly, they provide a lovely frame for the art that are our eyes. When left to themselves, they are facial demons who take pleasure in making us look bad!
I don't think there is a standard brow shape. I mean, brows are part of our faces and those all look different, right? So why should all brows look the same?
Think of the personality that emanates from our brows. I prefer a thicker brow, though I don't know that I'd do the Joan Crawford look.
Can't you just picture her with a coat hanger in hand screaming like a mad woman?!?! There's nothing soft about this look!
On the other hand, too thin (and they may never grow back) can give one a really weird look.
Hello, Ms Harlow
Beautiful woman, but those brows give her a comic look!
Back to my brows....
I've never liked my brows. They're very thick and wiry and even tend to curl on the ends! And hello, now I'm getting a few gray brows! They also don't have much shape. Even when I was tweezing them, I never could seem to give them the light arch that I've admired in others. But to keep them in check, I used to have them waxed by a friend who did that professionally. However, since moving to a much larger city, I have discovered threading. Pause here and just let me say, "BRILLIANT!!". Take a look: