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What is a una brow?
It's "unibrow". It refers to a person whose eyebrows are so bushy that they appear to have one, rather than two. This can be eliminated by plucking the hair above the nose in that space that should be between two brows. It's often used to refer to Frido Kahlo.
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"No!' says the man in Washington, 'It belongs to the poor.' 'No!' says the man in the Vatican, 'It belongs to God.' 'No!' says the man in Moscow, 'It belongs to everyone.' I r…ejected those answers; instead, I chose something different. I chose the impossible. I chose... Rapture, a city where the artist would not fear the censor, where the scientist would not be bound by petty morality, Where the great would not be constrained by the small! And with the sweat of your brow, Rapture can become your city as well." "Can you smell it? Andrew Ryan!"
The brow is the gangway, or plank that people use to board and disembark the ship.
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A mono-brow is a type of creature that hides in between the eye. it migrates from the southern part of ugandy, the creature is known to be highly indangered. it is known to be… a catipillar and if shaved it would cause a chemical explosion. If you own a monobrow you should be fairly proud.
Yes, but do this very carefully so as not to drip any color in the eye. Watch the color closely and remove as soon as the brows have reached the desired color. This will take …less time to develop than it would if the color were applied to the hair on the head.
It means to lift your brow up and the other one down. Try this and look at the mirror. That's what it means.
From Shakespeare: Romeo & Juliet, act III, sc V, line 20. "'Tis but the pale reflex of Cynthia's Brow;" This is in contrast to "the morning's eye", or the sun,… from line 19. Brow stands for eye-brow, which is in turn a pars-pro-toto for the whole face. Cynthia is Luna, or the moon. Cynthia's Brow therefor refers to the light which the moon casts of, the moon's glow. Cynthia = moon ; brow = eyebrow = face = what you can see of it = light. Hope that helped. ~El Pinguin Loco
Eyebrow movement can convey so many different emotions, just like every feature of the face. High eyebrows, a slack mouth and wide eyes conveys surprise. One quick lift of bot…h eyebrows can indicate sexual attraction, or acknowledgement of a rude joke. Both eyebrows raised at the same time whilst looking down with your head slightly is similar to saying: "Really?". The eyebrows are just part of the face and they come into play in almost every emotion / idea that you convey, so I am not going to list them all.
You need to shave your eye brow.
No, its not don't worry i dont think THAT is illegal :)
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To my knowledge, "una lechusa" is "a curandera/o (spanish name for faith healer or witch doctor) that has transformed themself in to a great horned owl in which to be able to …fly distances and keep watch on those whom a spell has been been cast, most likely a spell to do harm. However some people of Mexican or maybe even spaniard heritage believe that it can foretell danger or evil. A curandera/o can do white magic or black magic. Whether the lechusa is based on reality or myth is not really known. A person will go to this curandera/o to have a harmful spell put on someone, the curandera/o will do the magic spell, and past every nite past midnight, the "lechusa" is the curandera/o in great horned owl form keeping watch over the person whom the harmful spell has been cast, most likely until that person succumbs and dies. The lechusa is quite noticeably different in size to a regular great horned owl; it can be about 3ft. to 4ft. in height, and have a large wingspan, and does a creepy hoot-hoot. It is also said never to look the lechusa in the eye, as death will follow shortly. Whether it be myth or reality, one way to probably remove the evil spell would be to shoot and kill the lechusa if its within distance. Once done, when a person has died during that night, then this person is said to be the lechusa. Another way to remove the spell might be to go to a different curandera/o, one who does only white magic, to reverse the spell onto the curandera/o who did the black magic. It is said that if someone does a spell to knowingly do harm to someone, it will come unto them 3-fold. As far as removing the spell anyother way, I'm not sure. Hope this helps.
Mona Lisa's does have eyebrows if you look in a microscope you will see them. They also say that it was the custom at the time that women plucked their hairs of their eyebrows….
You could always pluck the hairs within the middle of your two eye brows. They might grow back hairier but just pluck them again!