Medical science needs to discover what makes eyebrows grow

(6 Posts)
AlisonWunderland Mon 28-Dec-15 15:20:24

Because really, those blighters have supernatural powers of growth.
Four days away from my high magnification mirror and woah!
I look like Wolverine.

Imagine if we could harness that power for good

SurelyYoureJokingMrFeynman Mon 28-Dec-15 15:22:50

<adds chin hairs to list>

Tuiles Mon 28-Dec-15 15:28:00

They do because all mine are falling out! I want my lovely luscious brows back sad

SirChenjin Mon 28-Dec-15 15:32:47

They really do - and chin hairs, as Surely says. I didn't pluck my chin hairs for a couple of days, went to the makeup counter at Debenhams (something I don't normally do) where the assistant put on various shades of foundation without me realising I had 2 longs beauts sprouting blush

Seeyounearertime Mon 28-Dec-15 15:36:42

I think medical science should invent a single use cream that stops all hair growth where ever you put it.

Like Nair but permanent smile

AlisonWunderland Mon 28-Dec-15 15:37:05

Actually chin hairs need the primary focus of research.
Because they not only have the ability to grow at a phenomenonal rate, they also can remain invisible until they are over a centimetre long, then Ta-rah! Here I am!

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