Thoughts on living in the MidWest with her husband and two young sons from a mom born-and-raised on the West Coast.
You too??? I have been plucking one out of my left eyebrow for a few months now. Just one stubborn grey hair that doesn't want to grow the same way as the other hairs.
Does that mean it's not there now . . . since you "saw" it there this morning? TeeHee ... that's NOT right! And your sistah does too??? Is yours the left eyebrow? Now that's not right!
No, those grey ones are always wild, they never grow the same way as the other hairs. (Rick has them in his eyebrows too!) Maybe that's where "wild hair" comes from.Don't worry J and S, you are still so young, and with all that beautiful hair you both have, no one will ever notice a stray gray or two in your eyebrows.At least I don't think so. I, myself, don't have much experience with grey hairs.
Hey Jennavar -- Mine is in the left eye brow too! It must be hereditary! Ma...pa...anything you want to fess up to?
Hmmmm . . . since I don't have much in the way of eyebrows, I have no comment. And it's not because I've been plucking the grey ones either —it's just part of being a senior citizen, methinks!
And, oh yes, your dad has lots of unruly grey eyebrows . . . I have to trim them every time I give him a haircut . . . they're real curly.
Just got the latest issue of O magazine, and there's a whole article about turning grey. Lots of difference between a stray grey in the eyebrow, and a whole head of it.
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