Additionally, distinctive signs such as facial features with thick eyebrows or a unibrow
, full lips and excessive body hair for one's age and liver/spleen enlargement are also present.
In ancient Greece, unibrow
were regarded desirable feature worn by the most intelligent women.
Kahlo, who is instantly recognizable with her convention-defying unibrow
, spent her life as a painter in the daunting artistic shadow of her husband, the muralist Diego Rivera.
All you'll need is a woolly jumper, a curly hair do and a unibrow
and you're good to go.
Frida and her unibrow
, Mona Lisa, and Klimt's lady from The Kiss.
Both are personal memoirs of teenaged angst, complete with the great strife of young Iranian-American girls--the hated unibrow
, but that wasn't the case anymore, not since CRISPR
Fake flower (or tissue flower) crown, penciled-on unibrow
, and lots of jewelry and shawls work well.
Typically wearing black boots, fatigues and a military-type sweatshirt with inverse Hebrew writing on it, Baron Cohen's Morad character sports a scar in his bushy unibrow
and speaks in heavily accented, broken English peppered with Hebrew expressions and in a choppy cadence typical of Israel's gruff military types.
Here under observation is the 2,000-year history of Western verbal correctness whose principles had kept on changing, from the ancient unibrow
theory through the Christian unbrow theory, until the modern nobrow theory which inevitably absorbed the former two.
If you have a unibrow
, you can either flaunt it proudly or get it threaded off.
The Kahlo doll also downplays the artist's signature unibrow
, and her elaborate Tehuana style of dress has been greatly simplified.