Why do we have a brow cut? Why do you keep coming back to it?

In 2016, we asked readers what it was like to lose a facial hair cut.

The results were so unexpected that we decided to give it another go. 

Here’s what they had to say. 

1.

I grew up with it.

This was the first time I had any kind of facial hair removal surgery and I was still getting used to it.

But the day I lost my hair, I couldn’t stop thinking about it.

What was it like losing a cut on my forehead that was supposed to be there for so long? 

2.

It’s still something that makes me cry.

I have had my hair cut twice already in the past and each time, it was a relief.

But when my hair was cut again, I knew I was going to cry.

I cried at the fact that I was crying in front of my dad, but then I cried even more when I saw my mom crying. 

3.

I just wanted to see the person who did it.

I remember thinking, “I don’t want to have to see her face.

What would she think?” I couldn�t help but think about the way I saw her on TV when she had that cut.

I also remember thinking about how she looked in her old wedding dress and how she still looked the same in the wedding dress. 

4.

It was so embarrassing to lose my hair.

The way I felt was like a punch to my gut.

But I thought I could control it, because I was a professional.

I had the support of my family and I knew that the cut would not affect me as much as it would the other girls in the bar. 

5.

I feel like I had no choice but to lose it.

For me, losing my hair is the ultimate, natural part of my personality.

I would never have gone through that if I had been given the choice. 

6.

It doesn’t affect my life as much.

A lot of people are still in the moment about the cut, and I think it helps with the way we interact with people.

It brings a smile to your face, which is one of the most important things in life. 

7.

It keeps me grounded.

It’s funny, when I think back to how I looked in my old wedding gown, I think about how it felt to have a new haircut.

It made me feel good and I felt like I was in control of everything that happened.

I think people tend to think it makes you less attractive or less likable.

I have no idea why that is. 8.

I got a lot of compliments on how I look now.

It has helped me get a lot more work done.

I know it will keep me busy and active. 

9.

I like to think I am a better person for losing my own.

When I have been losing my facial hair for so many years, I have felt like it was part of me.

But having the cut was like having a part of myself removed. 

10.

I get a feeling of pride when I see people wearing my old haircut.

Being a professional helps you stay in control and take care of yourself.

It is really hard to get back to the old self when you are cutting your hair, and it makes me feel better about myself.