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So what do you call it when a chicken needs to trim up its eyebrows?

 

Do you pluck the chicken's eyebrows or tweeze them?

 

Do chickens even have eyebrows?

 

Or do they just trim the fur above their eyes?

 

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  Some hairdresser from 50 years ago can only speak for herself.  Pluck or tweeze, when speaking of brows, they mean the same thing.

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@Cakers3 wrote:

So what do you call it when a chicken needs to trim up its eyebrows?

 

Do you pluck the chicken's eyebrows or tweeze them?

 

Do chickens even have eyebrows?

 

Or do they just trim the fur above their eyes?

 

Deep thoughts.Woman Happy


@Cakers3   This post reminds me of the old joke, "does a chicken have lips?"   LOL

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Either way is okay with me. Speaking of those two words, I'd like to get some recommendations on buying a new tweezer.I don't need it for my eyebrows. It's the occasional hair that pops up on my chin. 

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@Silver Lining wrote:

Either way is okay with me. Speaking of those two words, I'd like to get some recommendations on buying a new tweezer.I don't need it for my eyebrows. It's the occasional hair that pops up on my chin. 


@Silver Lining   I've stayed with Tweezerman...slanted tip. I think they still have the policy of sharpening for no charge when you send them back. Keep the original packaging.

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@Shanus 

Thank you. I trust your advice, especially on tools that I expect to  use as needed. I'll call and see if the Sally's professional beautician supply store near by has Tweezerman. If so, I'll buy one today. If not, I'll order one on Amazon Prime.