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These 28 hilarious eyebrow fails will make you cringe. The #8 is the worst ever… LOL!

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There are people who put so much effort in their own look, but they just don’t succeed. On the other hand, they involuntarily look totally hilarious.

Most of them probably just don’t care, while some other should probably change something in their make-up techniques.

Enjoy these 28 hilarious eyebrow fails that will make you cringe. Which is your favorite one?

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  1. figalicious

    Why do most of these images look like mug shots? Yikes people, get a clue.

    • Louise

      They look like mugshots because they are. I feel bad for the ones that just got permanent eyebrow tattoos and look like they are about to cry.

  2. Anon.

    As much as I’d like to have a laugh with everyone, I do feel the urge to mention, that while some people are just plain high on meth and other amphetamines (clearly), some are plain lazy, some creatively delusional, I did suffer for BDD; body dystrophic disorder. And I had AWFUL eyebrows for YEARS. I was unable to see my face as a whole and instead perceived it in shapes and sections, my eyebrows were too thin, overly thick, too close, too far, too dark too light, just about every blunder you can think of. And deep down I knew it. Being in public was mortifying and even though it tools HOURS, they always looked awful. Some people are delusional, but some suffer. It’s something no one would ever make the connection with. Just figured I’d shed some insight. Luckily I don’t have to deal with any of that anymore. Beaches pools and sleepovers were terrifying. Just plain awful few-several years. And I was just 12-17 years old.

  3. Jean

    Thanks for telling us that, Anon. I have an OCD myself- trichotillomania. I pull my hair out. It’s compulsive, but it’s not classified as a mental disorder. Theory is it’s an imbalance in chemicals in the brain, probably basal ganglia, where grooming instinct is. Some say it is connected to a dopamine deficiency. I was born with it and pulled my hair as a baby. My great grandma did it- it tends to run in families, so it could be genetic. Also a theory that it results from untreated strep. Ninety percent of “trich” people are women. It usually starts around age eleven, and usually with eyebrow pulling, and eyelashes too. If it doesn’t pass, the girl progresses to pulling the hair on her head. Even pubic hair is targeted. Biting your nails is a mild form of it. They don’t know how many people do it because we hide it. Behavioral therapy and meds (usually antidepressants in the form of serotonin re uptake inhibitors) can help. Stress makes it worse, but doesn’t cause it. I notice a lot of the women in these pictures have no eyebrow hair. They probably have trich plus the BDD mentioned by the previous commenter. Hair pullers are not necessarily crazy just as nail biters aren’t crazy, though they can have mental problems like everyone else. The big playwright Norman Lear is a hair puller. That’s why he always wears hats. If you have a child who does it, the important thing is DON’T FREAK OUT! It will be much harder on a kid to have a family who thinks she’s nuts than to have thin hair. Treat it as you would another disability. If your kid has one leg shorter than the other, or needs thick glasses, has Asperger’s Syndrome, you try to assist him in living a normal life. You teach him that everyone has some disability. You teach him not to take teasing to heart, but to refuse to be a victim, show courage, and be sympathetic to other kids who struggle. Same with trichotillomania or any OCD.

    • Jess

      some just shave them to draw them back on. i have that disorder but i still have my eyebrows they are light but they are there.

  4. Anonymous

    Jean, i’m sorry you’re going through that but please don’t contribute to the stigma and misunderstanding around mental illnesses by referring to them as ‘crazy’. There is nothing more ‘crazy’ about psychosis than there is about your condition, or any condition for that matter.

    • Trich

      She said we are not crazy…reread

  5. Jess

    1, 8, 19 are the same girl

  6. LM

    #5 is getting her brows tinted, just sayin.

    • l

      Thank you or also noticing that.

  7. Don Kroll

    Number 11 was done by my brother Aaron Kroll.

  8. MB

    It’s a real shame, if #9 didn’t have such awful eyebrows she’d be quite pretty!

  9. Silvia

    I’m 20 years old and only twice I had my eyebrows plucked. I don’t do it myself because I’m afraid I wont do it right, but also because I’m lazy and I know that, after they start growing, I’ll have to pluck them again and again… Lucky for me, I don’t have bushy eyebrows. It’s still noticeable that I don’t pluck them, though.
    I didn’t understand before why some women destroy their eyebrows by making them look awful, but after reading the comments, I understand. I’m just concerned that apparently nobody tells them how bad they look.

  10. Sarah

    I wish i could comment a photo

  11. lighthouse28

    I can really relate to you anon. It’s so hard to be a teenager and be constantly comparing yourself to others. Lots of pressure. I’m a cosmetologist and by no means an authority of beauty. But I do know how hard it is being a woman and how nothing ever really seems even enough. The most beautiful.women in my chair are the ones that know what works for them. What makes them feel good about themselves. Regardless of how you draw your eyebrows on, your inner beauty always shows :)

  12. liv

    Number 1 and 19 are the same girl.

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