Hey, missing link. Yeah, I'm talking to you. That unibrow ain't doing you any favors. Yeah, I know, it's embarrassing to talk about your awkwardly placed hair, but you shouldn't feel ashamed. Masculine grooming has become more acceptable now that companies are brazenly selling back shavers, and getting rid of your unibrow is much less shameful than getting your back shaved on the internet.
If tweezers freak you out, Philips has got you covered. They're working on a device called the Razor Light, an update to laser hair removal that's designed to keep that pesky unibrow from coming back. Apparently weak, short pulses of near-infrared light can shove active hair follicles into a dormant "telogen phase." You look sexier already.
Razor Light [New Scientist]