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Old 02-19-2012, 12:05 PM   #1
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What age do you think that girls should start getting their eyebrows done?
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When they start feeling uncomfortable about them. It's an easy fix!
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When they start feeling uncomfortable about them. It's an easy fix!
Just my own opinion!
I second this!!!
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I third this. If she's finding them too bushy or a uni-brow is forming, and she is self conscious of them, let her get them done. I've never understood mothers who wanted to resist letting their daughters shave (legs) or wax (legs/faces/arms), especially those prone to fine, dark hair. I was blonde until puberty hit and gradually changed to a dirty blonde/light brown. I started shaving in junior high (around 12). I do remember girls with dark hair on their arms, legs and faces in junior high who were teased to no end by both boys and girls about their "manly hair". I know it is more prevalent in some ethnic groups but if it makes a child of any age uncomfortable, the parent should support their desire to have it removed.
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I let my DD shave right before 5th grade...I see no reason for her to be uncomfortable...she has perfect eyebrows, but if she wanted to have them done, I see no problem with her getting them done. She is now 14...

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Just curious, How old is your daughter. My daughter has a daughter of her own now. I miss those sweet developing years, shaving legs for the first time, doing the eyebrows.
I will never forget the shopping trip to buy her first bra. She hid in another department behind the clothes rounder pretending she was shopping while I paid for the bra.

Now she has a daughter who is at that precious age of firsts.

Enjoy!
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