Today in my closet, up on Harold's side of the closet I found an interesting tool called "Persona." I didn't know what it was so took the package down and realized that this little device is an eyebrow shaving/shaper thingy.
I have never had an issue with my eyebrows as they aren't exactly bushy and don't go over the appropriate lines suggested by experts everywhere. Occasionally I find a stray that is either very gray, or very long and I deal with those little rebels on a case-by-case basis.
I did, however, go to a Mary Kay party years and years ago when I was a teenager and the overeager consultant informed me that I was in desperate need of eyebrow help which made me very self conscious and it took me years to realize she was off her rocker.
I do look at the eyebrows of famous women and notice that they, the furry creatures, are perfectly coiffed, shaped, trimmed, and colored. In an effort to emulate these airbrushed women I once had my eyebrows waxed. This was a ridiculous adventure as it didn't make much difference and cost the beneficiary (a family friend) about $10-12.
Today I saw the new instrument and decided to give it a whirl. I read the instructions which seemed simple enough even for me and after I showered I grabbed it and started "shaving." This little thing was SUPER cool. I took off a few strays on both ends of the eyebrows and did a little shaping. I have to admit that there isn't that big of a difference but the tool was really cool and without any official endorsement money coming my way, I highly recommend the product.
Now you might ask what the heck was this little guy doing on Harold's side of the closet? He has major eyebrow issues. He thinks his are too bushy. They aren't, but he thinks they are and I guess that is what matters. Unfortunately this tool is really a shaper, so I would prefer if my dear husband wouldn't use it because he would look completely weird if he did.
Honey, the Persona/Personae, are now mine. If you know what is good for you, don't go looking for it/them.