In order to control the growth of eyebrows,
many women turn to plucking, waxing, threading or shaving eyebrow
hairs -- sometimes using a combination of techniques. Unfortunately,
these techniques can, over time, inhibit hair growth that can result
in eyebrows that look "patchy" or, worse still, cause
eyebrow hair to stop growing.
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Do You Pluck or Tweeze?
The correct answer
depends on how much of a purist you are about using the English
language. By Google's count, there are over
56,500 results for plucking eyebrows and only 14,600 for tweezing
eyebrows - so clearly most people "pluck." But
what do the language experts say?
According to Webster's dictionary,
to pluck is to pull, withdraw, or pick something with your hands
or fingers. For example, you pluck
feathers from a chicken, pluck a stone out of a stream, and pluck
guitar strings. On the other hand, to tweeze is to pull, withdraw,
or pick something with an implement, especially tweezers.
be literal, if you pull out your stray eyebrow hairs with your
fingers, you pluck eyebrows. If you pull out the eyebrow hairs
using tweezers, you tweeze eyebrows.