The Celebrities I Am Told I Resemble

I am often told that I resemble two different celebrities: Brooke Burke, who is mentioned the most frequently, and Catherine Zeta-Jones. I consider such references compliments because they are both incredibly beautiful women. I am posting a bunch of images of the two celebrities along with a bunch of my images so that you can determine if you agree with what many people say about me when talking about stars I may resemble.

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Taming Of The Brow

http://www.rxmuscle.com/blogs/the-look-skin-attitude-attire-and-persona/3329-the-taming-of-the-brow.html

Original post published on mensphysique.com on Thursday, 02 June 2011
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You may have heard that brows work like frames for the face, accentuating the eyes and helping to provide balance to facial features. So when I see a man who has brows which are so bushy that they overpower his features, I feel compelled to pull out some scissors and a tweezer and get to work. Of course the worst is the dreaded unibrow which can inspire fear in any attractive female.

My point is, pay attention to your brows! When you go up on stage, you want to make sure every part of you looks the best it can. If you are unsure about how to tweeze or shape your brows, go to a professional. Attending to this seemingly small detail can make an enormous difference in how you are received.

If you insist on trimming your brows yourself, make sure to use your natural brow shape as a guide, trimming any hairs which extend beyond this shape. Plucking those hairs in the center is a MUST as well.