UNIBROW HELL!!?

Angelina - posted on 05/06/2012 ( 9 moms have responded )

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I love my 22 month old daughter and think she is one of the most beautiful kids in the world! She looks almost exactly like i did when i was her age with 2 exceptions... one being her birth dad gave her a bubble but which i totally dont have, and a F***ING UNIBROW!!! Everyone said it would lighten and go away but its getting darker and fuller! I was totally ok with it as she was unplanned and i being the future thinker i am I thought it would be a good way to keep her a virgin as long as possible.... i still think this this BUT its is starting to interfere with her portraits which i have taken twice a year. I want to do something about it but what? I dont want it to come back worse. HELP!?!?!?!?

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Rachael - posted on 05/14/2012

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if it is really just her portraits that are concerning you for now have the studio touch them up and photoshop the unibrow out of her pictures. Honestly though a little extra hair has you this concerned? Whatever you do please do not wax or tweeze your baby's eyebrows, as I think that could be considered abusive. Let her decide to take care of it when she gets older.

Medic - posted on 05/12/2012

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You crack me up....so I had to click on your pic to see closer...and well your right. I would hate to have a unibrow. My neice has had one her whole life and when she was about 6 she started getting made fun of bad at school so we started shaving the middle for her and now that she is 13 she gets it waxed. To her it is the most horrid thing in the world and hates looking at the pics before she started getting it "fixed". I love all the pics and post them up all the time. Not much you really can do now but just wait. I have friends that swear I get mine done once a week but I hardly ever have issues with mine and thank god my daughter got my eyebrows and NOT hubby's. He actually lets me do his because he thinks it is horrid too.

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Camille - posted on 09/28/2013

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No way. Your nugget is gorgeous. My three year old is developing a wicked uni but I don't want to draw attention to what I consider unattractive because I lived my whole life hating the way I looked because of shit my parents did or said and I doubt want my daughter to give a shit about what others think or be concerned with man made ideals about beauty

Stifler's - posted on 05/14/2012

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Her unibrow isn't that bad. I would wait until she asks to have her eyebrows plucked/waxed or shows a concern about her appearance before getting too worried.

Jen - posted on 05/12/2012

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You like her unibrow because you think it will stop boys from wanting to have sex with her???
What is wrong with you?

Two of my daughters have unibrows and they are adorable! And boys still like them, of course.

Angelina - posted on 05/09/2012

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With hers it wasnt noticeable until about 6 months ago and now its getting WAY WORSE! I dont want to pay to have it removed only because i hate the idea of paying someone to do what i could at home.

Sarah-Anne - posted on 05/09/2012

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my daughter is now 3, but when she came out (i hadn't even seen her or had the cord cut), my husband said, and i quote, "oh, don't worry little one, we'll take you to get that eyebrow waxed every two and a half weeks." not what you want to hear before you even get to see her for the first time. i was also freaked out about her hairy ears. she was born with masses of black curls too. her hair has since gone blonde, her ear hair is gone, she still has a light brown unibrow and her forehead fuzz has gone blonde too. i was told by my doctor that we could have paid for electrolisis (sp) or laser hair removal while still in the hospital, but they don't really like to do that. we used to have her with bangs, but that just made it more noticeable. she seems to like "looking like daddy" and she watches me pluck my eyebrows. now we just sit and wait and hope it goes lighter.

Angelina - posted on 05/09/2012

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Oh I laughed the whole time i was writing this post. I just wish there was something i could do about it before her portraits in july. I will admit that i am slightly prideful in how my daughter looks, and unless your looking for the unibrow you kinda skip right over it, but i had her pictures taken a few months ago and when i picked up the prints it was like BAM!!!!!! UNIBROW IN YOUR FACE!!!!! lol I love her so much and she really is so beautiful but her pictures are starting to suffer and i dont like it. :( I just dont know what to do, and i wish there was something i could do.

Catalina - posted on 05/07/2012

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First of all, I don't want you to take this the wrong way but this post is HILARIOUS!!!!

Hahahahaha.

Don't worry, nothing you can do, just wait, tell her she's beautiful everyday, and one day when she's probably 13 and has really high self confidence she'll bleach it or wax it and that will be that! There is really nothing you can do without harming her skin or hair follicles!

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