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    What can I do about my missing eyebrows?

    Q. Help! My eyebrows have fallen out because of chemotherapy. What can I do for this problem?

    A.Use a taupe color eyebrow pencil to create eyebrows. Then use an angled brush with a long handle to apply taupe brow powder with light, feathery strokes. Buy an angled brush at an arts supply store for a few dollars instead of spending far more on an expensive cosmetic brow brush.

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