mental health week live blogging: day four (part 2)

Eyebrow dyeing (does dyeing have that “e”, I wonder? Yes, yes it does…)

Pale, aren’t they? I really wasn’t exaggerating. It’s a shame my hair isn’t as matchingly blonde. You can see why I need to make liberal use of the eyebrow pencil.

After application of the “stuff”, I was getting a little concerned re: the clown brows. Would I have to run out and acquire some eyebrow bleach?

But, no! Success! Eyebrows roughly the same colour as my natural hair colour!

It was very simple too – definitely something I can keep up.

Now if only I could do something about my pathetically short eyelashes (apart from getting extensions).

4 thoughts on “mental health week live blogging: day four (part 2)

  1. It's a bit pricey, but Jan Marini has a eyelash conditioner that works to make your eyelashes grow long & thick. I was told it could take up to 3 months to notice the difference, but after 1 month I could tell.

  2. I think I do what you do which is to dye my eyebrows with the remnants of the hair dye. My eyebrows are dark but fine so I can look a bit eyeless. You can have them dyed professionally but run the risk of looking as tho you’ve put scuff stuff on them for a couple of days afterwards. (I’ll have to look into the Jan Marini product.)

  3. Anon, my poxy eyelashes thank you for the tip on the Jan Marini.Elsewhere, I had an hair-dye on eyebrows disaster back in my 20s (thick, black, clown brows and surrounding skin stained for weeks), for this little experiment I used brown eyelash dye – works surprisingly well!

  4. I have the opposite problem, my hair is all blonde-ishly sun streaked and my eyebrows are darker, with blonde ones making them grey-ish – icky

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