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Re: Eyebrow help
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Any suggestions for eyebrow grooming for a gemale with moderately thick brows? I don't think i want threading.


I've had my own grooming considered a crime, but most people would not admit it! (Note the category of your post)


Given recent news report of some seriously adverse reaction after brow treatments, I suppose you could argue this falls under the safety category. ;)

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This place isn't cheap, but he and his employees are very good at what they do, and it is not that far away from the 9th street PATH station:

https://joeyhealy.com/

I believe Joey Healy himself charges a premium over the over stylists, being more experienced and booking an appointment ahead of time is probably a good idea. You can book the appointment online or call.

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Any suggestions for eyebrow grooming for a gemale with moderately thick brows? I don't think i want threading.


I've had my own grooming considered a crime, but most people would not admit it! (Note the category of your post)

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Any suggestions for eyebrow grooming for a gemale with moderately thick brows? I don't think i want threading.

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