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11:24 AM - 10/30/2010

The topic: As I’ve gotten older

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One of the things I’ve been pleased with (besided the disappearance of the much loathed visits from Aunt Flo) is that I don’t have to pluck my eyebrows much.

But, I’ve found a downside.  The hair that’s growing in is white.  And long.  And I also realized that if I pluck those long hairs, there will be hardly any left.  I now understand why so many older women draw on their eyebrows.  I’ve found my own way of dealing with this. I trim my eyebrows, then use a product that is for eyebrows, it’s like mascara, just has different shades. I found mine on the Lancome website.

The other day, while in the bathroom, I was tweezing the weird hairs on my chin. Something I never had to do before menopause.  And it dawned on me.

My eyebrows have moved down to my chin.



Oh yeah, the evil “stops growing where you want it and starts growing where you don’t”. Hubby whines about the hair growing out of his ears and meeting up with his sideburns. I’m thinking about lazering the hair on my chin, but I’m afraid it would just grow in between the lazered spots over and over again.

Posted by Donna @ Sunday, October 31, 2010 - 4:39:01 PM

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