Tuesday, April 1, 2008

Eyebrows


My boys are growing their hair for the upcoming high school play. We have about four more weeks to go and so far they look they have mops growing on their heads. We are normally a freshly shorn family and so this is quite a departure, seeing my two oldest OS with a full crop of hair. Aaron has announced he's getting a buzz cut the minute the play is over. It sounds like a very good idea at this point. 
Since I can't cut their hair I want to do something to improve something! So I find myself looking at my boys' eyebrows, in particular my 13 year old's - considering they look like two caterpillars are living on his head, it's not exactly a difficult thing to do.  

Last week I mentioned it might be time to introduce Aaron to the next level of manly hygiene - trimming the eyebrow hairs. He's so stinkin' cute but the eyebrows seem so unkempt.
 

I hinted to Aaron that it was time to try and coax those wily eyebrow hairs to move upwards. 

Do you think he looks like a fruitcake, (as his older brother suggested) with the upward reaching eyebrow hairs?

Or do you think it shows that my middle OS has an attention to detail and a keen sense of masculine pride?

I have since trimmed the eyebrow hairs and it made a big improvement. I'm also praising the Lord we don't have uni-brow! I don't think he could handle the pain. 




6 comments:

Bleucwo523 said...

As I recall, you helped our brother Mark with his eyebrows when he was about that age.

Love,
Lorri

MyAwesomeOliveShoots said...

Tis true, all of the men in my life, including a few boyfriends, have enjoyed my talent for eyebrow shaping! Thanks for the memories!

Delighted said...

My husband used to get this from me all the time... so much so that he started doing it himself. :)

Denise said...

Aaron is cute no matter what he does (or doesn't do).

MamaJenn said...

Tim won't let me near his eyebrows, and sadly, Sam is already showing early signs of a unibrow (or "cold eggs" as we call 'em here).

Nate the Great said...

My hair looks like yarn on an old warn out mop (quote from the play).