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treehugger
post Mar 28 2009, 04:55 PM
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I have a scar going across my left eyebrow. When I have my eyebrows "groomed" there is a gap in the middle of that one....

it was an incident involving me walking around as a child looking through a prism....


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pollystyrene
post Mar 28 2009, 02:53 PM
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QUOTE(humanist77 @ Mar 28 2009, 01:21 PM) *
same here, MLJ-I won't let anyone else touch 'em. But I LOVE doing other people's!!


Any time you want to come over, we'll get LeBoy drunk and do his. I brought some topical anesthetic home from work to help, but he won't even let me do it with that! Such a wuss!


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post Mar 28 2009, 02:47 PM
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well, whaddaya know? learn something new everyday. i didn't know that about kevyn. that's sad. i just remember hearing some snarky gossip after his death about pills, sharing and caring with winona ryder...didn't know the actual cause for his prescription medication.

first, ass soap. now, eyebrows. i wonder what other things busties are ocd about... wink.gif


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auralpoison
post Mar 28 2009, 01:56 PM
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To quote a line from one of my favorite films, "I don't know a lot about anything, but I know a little about practically everything."

I had an interest Marfan's Syndrome, which led to me reading about other endocrine disorders, namely gigantism & acromegaly. Acromegaly is particularly interesting because it goes undiagnosed for years until a person reaches middle age or so & it begins to present itself by basically disfiguring the sufferer. Which is what happened to Kevyn. He had no idea what was wrong, he thought he was having an allergic reaction (Swollen lips, tongue, etc.) & went to his hotel doctor to be checked out. That doctor happened to have a background in endocrinology & promptly sent him to see a specialist for tests where he found he'd had an undiagnosed tumor on his pituitary gland for years.

I always found the story to be so sad because he was somebody who saw beauty in all & sought to play it up instead of cover it up with tonnes of cosmetics (The line he headed up for Revlon in 1983 (When he was only 21, no less!), Ultima II, paved the way for MAC, Laura Mercier, etc. Because all they really did was copy his "New Nudes" several years after he came up with it.), only to discover that he could not only die from the acromegaly, but face disfigurement as well. The pain would be bad enough, but the knowledge of what it could do to me if I survived would only make it worse.


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girltrouble
post Mar 28 2009, 01:30 PM
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aural, do you know everything? wub.gif

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lol freck you are so funny.


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post Mar 28 2009, 01:30 PM
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QUOTE(roseviolet @ Mar 27 2009, 10:57 PM) *
Freck, I just saw on the news that a tornado hit your town tonight. Is that weather not dramatic enough for you? tongue.gif

really?!?! yikes!
but yes we are totally ok & didn't know a thing about it!

thank you for all your busties love & concern.


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auralpoison
post Mar 28 2009, 01:27 PM
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QUOTE(pollystyrene @ Mar 28 2009, 12:37 PM) *
Right, he had that pituitary problem. Did he die of an overdose or from the disease? I forget.


Tylenol toxicity resulted in the failure of his kidneys & liver, so that was the official cause of death.


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humanist77
post Mar 28 2009, 01:21 PM
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same here, MLJ-I won't let anyone else touch 'em. But I LOVE doing other people's!!


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girltrouble
post Mar 28 2009, 01:15 PM
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lol....lady j, you are a riot.

so happy to hear that my eyebrow obsession isn't too out of wack....lol. but i totally notice the eyebrows first.

and the only make up book i have is aucoin.


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post Mar 28 2009, 12:56 PM
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The first time I got my eyebrows waxed was for my bat mitzah. I was 12 or 13. Haven't stopped since. I do them myself.

If I see someone with great eyebrows I will ask where / who does them. I don't trust people with my brows. I can count four people who I have let wax them since the age of 12.

At the place where I get mani pedis they always ask me if I want them to do my eyebrows. I say no because I haven't seen their work before . I need a portfolio of your eyebrow work or a great deal of trust before I will let some random person touch my brows. I am very particular.
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humanist77
post Mar 28 2009, 12:37 PM
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ditto on eyebrows. I started tweezing over 10 years ago. In high school I fucked them up and didn't know how to fix them, but was too afraid to grow them back out and start over-I didn't want to be in school with overgrown brows! But looking back at photos and seeing how horribly uneven they were, it would've actually looked better. After HS i grew them out finally and reshaped them, and they've been pretty marvelous since.

Eyebrows are the first thing I notice about a person's face, and also what I could do to them to make them better : P


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post Mar 28 2009, 12:37 PM
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Right, he had that pituitary problem. Did he die of an overdose or from the disease? I forget.


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auralpoison
post Mar 28 2009, 11:39 AM
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Hey, if you had acromegaly, you'd be a fan of the pills, too. Kevyn's nose, tongue & lips swelled, as did his feet & hands. Combine that with constant headaches, joint pain, a sleep disorder, vision problems, etc. That shit was excrutiatingly painful, I'd have been popping the big Tylenol like candy as well.


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post Mar 28 2009, 11:19 AM
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oh polly, i forgot about kevyn aucoin! too bad he was a fan of the pills. sad.gif

rose, i admire your restraint with sheff's brows. wink.gif

confession: i wish i had some kind of chip in my brain that could type out everything i want to say when writing papers. everything sounds better when i say it in my head. i guess that is what my hands are for. dry.gif


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post Mar 28 2009, 10:35 AM
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Confession: I am obsessed with my husband's eyebrows. Oh, the glorious things I could do to those babies with a pair of tweezers ...
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post Mar 28 2009, 02:47 AM
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QUOTE(stargazer @ Mar 28 2009, 12:09 AM) *
confession: since the age of 9, i've been obsessed with my eyebrows. madonna was an inspiration for eyebrows. blond ambition where they were fuller and penciled in, during erotica, when the thin look was in. i transfered my eyebrow obsession onto my ex. thank goodness for my ex, i made her eyebrows into nice lovely shape flattering brows. i got pleasure tweezing her eyebrows. i think her gf should thank me.

confession: i can't wait to get my income tax check so i can buy bras that fits my girls since they decided to have an adolescent growth spurt....in my 30s.

confession: i miss the glamazons of the 80s and early 90s and that whole fashion period. the excess. yes, i miss cindi, naomi (before her cellphone throwing days), christy, linda, elle, stephanie seymour...those were models. i miss versace, gaultier, mugler. i miss herb ritts, bruce weber, avedon. i miss the threatrics of fashion. i am SUPERexcited thierry mugler is designing for beyonce's current tour.
(((freckle))) i hope you are ok. sad.gif


Don't forget Kevyn Aucoin- I'm like the least makeup-y kind of person and I love his stuff, have a couple of his books. sad.gif


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post Mar 28 2009, 12:54 AM
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lol... i learned my eyebrow obsession from kitty. she used to drive me nuts brushing her eyebrows the wrong way. funny thing was, brushed the right way they were picture perfect. but the wrong way they looked all mad scientist stylee. but she and i would girl watch, and we would comment on the brows. infact she could tell the girls i would get crushes on because of their eyebrows.

and star, i so agree, i thought muglier was the best thing since baked bread (and still do). his clothes were so witty.


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post Mar 28 2009, 12:09 AM
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confession: since the age of 9, i've been obsessed with my eyebrows. madonna was an inspiration for eyebrows. blond ambition where they were fuller and penciled in, during erotica, when the thin look was in. i transfered my eyebrow obsession onto my ex. thank goodness for my ex, i made her eyebrows into nice lovely shape flattering brows. i got pleasure tweezing her eyebrows. i think her gf should thank me.

confession: i can't wait to get my income tax check so i can buy bras that fits my girls since they decided to have an adolescent growth spurt....in my 30s.

confession: i miss the glamazons of the 80s and early 90s and that whole fashion period. the excess. yes, i miss cindi, naomi (before her cellphone throwing days), christy, linda, elle, stephanie seymour...those were models. i miss versace, gaultier, mugler. i miss herb ritts, bruce weber, avedon. i miss the threatrics of fashion. i am SUPERexcited thierry mugler is designing for beyonce's current tour.


(((freckle))) i hope you are ok. sad.gif


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girltrouble
post Mar 27 2009, 11:32 PM
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hope you are ok, freck!

hi aural!
my problem is that i'll see a magazine or a movie and i'll decide i want my eyebrows like that, just to see how it looks on my face, and zoop! gotta try it. along the way i try anything i can think of, powders, brow pencils, liquid liner, scissors, brow razors, brow combs... about the only thing i haven't learned is waxing....

i guess that's next.



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post Mar 27 2009, 09:57 PM
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Freck, I just saw on the news that a tornado hit your town tonight. Is that weather not dramatic enough for you? tongue.gif
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