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    Quote Originally Posted by Athenian200 View Post
    Hmm... I think I might agree, but I would hesitate to call this certain. If it's there, it may actually apply to all INJs, but you may not see it in INFJs because they're more likely to pluck their eyebrows than INTJs.

    I'm only basing this on a few examples, of course.

    Why do you think that INFJs are more likely to pluck their eyebrows than INTJs [taking into consideration that you are basing this on a few examples]? I am INFJ with bushy eyebrows and I don't pluck them, while my INTJ mom pluck hers, which are not bushy.

    Just curious.

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    Well, two of the INTJs I know have bushy eyebrows.
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    its an INJ thing
    and i hear thick lips is an INJ thing, too
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    My eyebrows are thick enough that my mother couldn't stand it. She convinced me once to get them waxed. After that pain, I looked in the mirror, and to my horror, they looked terrible. My expression looked fixed in a position that... well. I can't describe.

    "You look so nice!" she said.

    "I look like a ditz," I said.

    I never did it again after that. She couldn't make me.
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    I think we just look more natural, yet kempt.
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    what tha? Oh well, guess I'm mis-typed.

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    My good INTJ friend sports the "woman in science" look. That includes bushy eyebrows, long, flowing hair, practical clogs, and fleece jackets during the winter. The older we get, the more we start to look like our advisors.
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    My INTJ dad has no eyebrows.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haphazard View Post
    My eyebrows are thick enough that my mother couldn't stand it. She convinced me once to get them waxed. After that pain, I looked in the mirror, and to my horror, they looked terrible. My expression looked fixed in a position that... well. I can't describe.

    "You look so nice!" she said.

    "I look like a ditz," I said.

    I never did it again after that. She couldn't make me.

    I call it the permanently surprised look.

    The pain lessens after a few waxings.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SillyGoose View Post
    I call it the permanently surprised look.

    The pain lessens after a few waxings.
    I hate that expression and I don't like pain.

    And by don't like pain I mean I was so close to murdering the hairdresser.

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