A man in Australia was shocked to discover a strange new feature on his eyebrow when it was damaged by a brush in a photo.
The man, who is not identified in the video but described as a ‘professional artist’, said he had been using the same brush for years and his eyebrow had become very long.
He said he thought his eyebrow was ‘not very attractive’ and thought it was because of the ‘puffiness’ of the eyebrow, but was shocked when he looked closer.
“I had a really good brush, and I had a very long, thick, dark, thick eyebrow,” he said.
A woman, in a similar situation, said she also noticed a “puffiness” to her eyebrow.
“[My] eyebrow was really long and a lot of it was gone,” she said.
“I’m not sure why it is, but it’s something I can’t fix.”
The hair removal company called ‘Pimple’ responded to the video, saying the hair removal procedure was not a replacement for salon treatment.
It said: “Pimples can be difficult to remove and the removal of pimples is one of the best ways to improve the appearance of your skin.”
Pimps are a common problem in many parts of the world and often affect men as well as women, but the problem is that the cosmetic industry has not caught up to the advances in modern cosmetic techniques.
The Pimperum brush is made from a special formulation of keratin, which provides exceptional grip to the surface of your hair follicles, and it is designed to be easy to clean and disinfect,” the company said in a statement.