Unlike the hobbit fuzz atop your foot, you can’t easily hide the hair clouding your eyes without a complicated system of hats, glasses, and looking at the ground. Today’s Groupon will rid you of stray strands with a $10 eyebrow threading and sculpting at Eyebrow Energy, a $25 value.
Threading, commonly used in India and the Middle East, is an eco-friendly and precise hair-removal alternative to waxing, shaving, and energy-inefficient wishful thinking. A skilled hair seamstress will manipulate a cotton thread to capture and extract unwanted strands. Threading lifts the hair out of the follicle for smooth, clean results.
Eyes are the windows to the soul, and a brow cleanup will draw open the curtains of the windows to the soul. In Chinese culture, the space between the brows or Yin Tang can reveal your future and is the central point of one’s spirit. This Groupon will help you keep your eyes and options wide open. It's perfect as a passive-aggressive present for your unibrowed boyfriend, fuzzy friend, or furred mortgage broker.
- My eyebrows look great. I have gotten so many compliments on them and I believe my husband(6 six years my junior) has never liked them so much he keeps saying Kim did good. – shamariongraves, Google
- I can honestly say that my eyebrows have NEVER looked better. In the past I was constantly switching back & forth between salons trying to find the right person to shape my eyebrows, but was never 100% satisfied. – Ashley, Google
The Healing Natural Eyebrows of Iowa
Most of us are given eyebrows at age five in exchange for limiting our intake of sweets, but in one amazing town, the residents are actually born with the desirable facial hair. The people of Sloansville, Iowa, have been sprouting eyebrows since a low-flying airplane accidentally dumped 60 tons of chemical waste on the town in 1960.
The natural eyebrows of Sloansville are valued for their healing powers and are rumored to ward off elephants. Many Sloansvillians made a living simply by selling their eyebrow hairs to pachydermophobics until an elephant stampede destroyed most of the town in 1994. Even now, most highway gift shops sell glass vials purported to contain the healing eyebrow hairs of Sloansvillians.
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