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Sunglasses for Thick Eyebrows

Spiffy

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Hi, does anybody have any sunglasses recommendations for somebody with thick eyebrows? On most pairs of aviators I try on, a bit of my eyebrows just clear the top of the rims. Would another style be more suitable? I have an oval face shape by the way. Thanks
 

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I don't have an answer to your question, but welcome to StyleForvm.

I look forward to more of your posts.


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voxsartoria

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Originally Posted by Rada
how thick are we talking?


I think knowing that knowing the number of eyebrows would be useful as well...two eyebrows?

One?


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???

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Hans

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How about using an eyebrow trimmer? $18 at Sephora.

 

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Having an oval face shape is great. I don't think the thick eyebrows will get in the way of your looks. Oval face shape is the most flexible in terms of what's sunglasses to wear. Personally, I think square frames would be great.
 

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Perhaps a visit to a hair removal clinic for some trim & shaping?
Or a personal grooming kit (hair, beard, brows trimmer)?
 

Spiffy

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Haha no I am not on a Brehznev level. Short of a picture, the best I can describe them is that they are about 1.5 inches at their thickest point.
 

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Originally Posted by Spiffy
Haha no I am not on a Brehznev level. Short of a picture, the best I can describe them is that they are about 1.5 inches at their thickest point.

intuitively, it feels to me as though the thickness of the frame - to counterbalance your thick eyebrows - would be more important than the shape. for example, a wire frame like lenny is wearing in the example i posted would be the wrong way to go.

Originally Posted by Hans
How about using an eyebrow trimmer? $18 at Sephora.



 

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