I have the opposite of a uni-brow.
I have a gap between my eyebrows that is larger than what most people have.
My eyebrows are short and thin.
I have NEVER purposely shaved or tweezed the natural length of my eyebrows. Ever.
Baby, I was born this way.
For some reason, people think it's okay to comment and say rude things about how I shouldn't shave my eyebrows off. People call me ugly and mention "the brows." I posted a picture of myself on a red hair Tumblr a year ago when I had red hair and I got so many comments about "the nasty things I do to my brows." All I have to say to that is FUCK YOU.
Now that that's out of the way.. I do needto say that I do need to tweeze some hair that isn't part of my brow. Just like everybody else. But again, I do not purposely pull out half of my eyebrows just for the lovely comments.
ON TO THE REAL POST..
My favourite tweezer of all time decided to be stupid in the past couple weeks. It's like the two points got misalisgned or something, because out of nowhere I couldn't pull a damn hair out with the thing no matter what. It's not a user error.. I've been using the darn thing with no complaints for three years. I was a little sad today when I went out to Shoppers to find another one and they don't make this particular one anymore. My old one was a red, Revlon "expert" and I believe the model or whatever was "pro tip."
Look at that beautiful point! Even one of my roommates borrowed it one time and commented on how nice and efficient it was. I'm still upset it's on strike/being lazy/dead.
But I did find this particular Revlon one (Expert Slant Tip) on sale and bought it, though I was extremely skeptical since it wasn't so pointy. But you know what? It was $8, it's just as good as my old one, and I'm happy with it. Revlon tweezers are stainless steel with a plastic covering that is easy to grip. Honestly, of all the drugstore brands, Revlon is one of my favourites for all categories of cosmetic needs.
Enjoy your Tuesday!