The Brow Meter

Jess and I occasionally watch soaps together via telephone while she as at work and I am sitting on my ass. Over the last few months, one of the things that have caught our attention is eyebrows. The eyebrows of some of the actors and actresses that grace our screens with their presence daily (or not). At this time, here are the top eyebrow offenders:

steffy1The problem with Thomas Forrester (B&B) is that as he ages, he becomes more handsome in regards to facial features and physique. However, his bushy caterpillar-like brows are quite the distraction. The boy needs to fork over the $7 to get those bad boys threaded.

It’s not under lock and key that we are not big Mackenzie Browning fans; both Jess and I are quite vocal mac2about how annoying we find her to be. It’s bad enough that we have to look at the “amazing weave that never moves” but those eyebrows could literally be hiding weapons of mass destruction. Hey, Mac was in Darfur.

rexRex Balsam (OLTL) has a beautiful chiseled body, this is fact. He is a funny guy who makes mistakes, and a lot of them. Rex tends to blame his faults on other people. This has us wondering who he blames his eyebrows on? Mom or Dad or both, Rex should pull a Matthew Buchanan and sue the hell out of them.

We know we are going to get slammed by GH fans, as they tend to be the most ruthless, but Dr. Patrickpatrick Drake also has eyebrows of fury. We must give props where props are due: They are gradually thinning out. However, we are surprised Patrick can do any kind of surgery with all that hair in his eyes.

If we missed somebody, please let us know. We tend to be forgetful!

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  • andrea6977

    Mac's eyebrows are too much my eyes are going in between the fake hair and the bushy eyebrows eye overload ugh!!! i get thats she a lesbian but take care of yourself woman its called maintanence lol

  • andrea6977

    EYE overload between Mac's bad ass extensions and the brows its too much! the makeup dept really needs to just fix it

  • I've heard that threading is quite painful. I've studied origami – for 2 free periods in high school- and I took a few magic classes but I'm trying to figure out how u r gonna run a thread across dude's face and pull out al that raw twine???

    Don't worry -I'll wait.

  • I've heard that threading is quite painful. I've studied origami – for 2 free periods in high school- and I took a few magic classes but I'm trying to figure out how u r gonna run a thread across dude's face and pull out al that raw twine???

    Don't worry -I'll wait.