Find yourself a GREAT pair of tweezers
- those ones from your Swiss Army Knife won't cut it. Great tweezers
are: at least 3" long; have slanted tips for better control;
have conturing or ridges for your fingers to grip; and are made
of stainless steel.
Start from the edges and work your way
in, and as worn out as the saying is, check your work as you go,
putting hair back is a lot of work.
Alternative methods include waxing (aka
sugaring) or using a personal grooming trimmer There are special
wax kits for face, eyebrow and bikini areas, with extra soothing
agents. Personal grooming trimmers
are like mini electric razors designed for eyebrow, nasal, and
One other alternative is Bleaching.
It's a process that lightens dark hair. Be sure not to use the
product after a hot bath or in a steamy room. There's a few different
over the counter treatments to try.