With Masks the Norm, Schick Positions Eyebrows as the New Lips

Razor brand offers a lesson in nonverbal communication with help from actor Madison Bailey

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While face masks help prevent the spread of Covid-19, they can also make communication difficult not just by muffling the speaker’s voice, but also because they hide nonverbal cues that come from facial gestures using the nose, mouth and chin.

That leaves the eyes, eyebrows and forehead to do more of the talking.

Focusing on this shift in how people express themselves, razor brand Schick has produced a short tutorial using its Hydro Silk product on how to communicate better with your eyebrows.



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