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Eyebrow

In print marketing, a small bit of text placed over the main headline of an advertisement. For example, an eyebrow may read "Local Opera Presents" over the larger headline, "FIGARO."
References in classic literature ?
Madame Defarge knitted with nimble fingers and steady eyebrows, and saw nothing.
Bella's expressive little eyebrows remonstrated with the fire for some short time before she rejoined:
And he ruminated long before the portrait of a white-haired man with black eyebrows and a pink, painted sort of smile that seemed to contradict the black warning in his eyes.
It is devilish fine wine," said the Eyebrows, and they looked more good-humoured; and George was going to take advantage of this complacency, and bring the supply question on the mahogany, when the father, relapsing into solemnity, though rather cordial in manner, bade him ring the bell for claret.
And as for the pink bonnets (here from under the heavy eyebrows there came a knowing and not very pleasing leer)--why boys will be boys.
Another user commented, "Leave your damn eyebrows alone?
Dipti Nair Doha Eyebrows are considered one of the most important features of the face as they can define its shape and give you a softer look.
The treatment that Markle typically receives from her eyebrows cost $65, and Riley revealed what is included in the package.
our eyebrows are red, inflamed and itchy, with scales clogged between the hairs.
If you have mega-thick eyebrows then it's about taming them slightly, whereas if your brows are finer and more sparse then you can afford to be a bit bolder with the colour and shape.
On Monday, the 31-year-old actress-model posted a video of her latest makeup tutorial on her YouTube page-accentuating the eyebrows.
But on the other hand, a permanent eyebrows system takes less time and effort.