Eyebrows that merge into one -- thanks to excess hair between the eyes -- are often referred to as a unibrow. Though this isn't an ideal look, it's easy to remedy. Use a sharp pair of tweezers to pluck out offending hairs, but don't go past the point where your brows align with your tear ducts. Work slowly when plucking, and carefully monitor your progress to keep things in check.
Taming Your Brows
Waxing is another fast and easy way to tame a unibrow and can be done at home or in a salon. However, it often works better for women than men; according to Romero Jennings of M.A.C. Cosmetics, guys have denser hair, which when waxed can leave brows looking "drawn on." Threading, which uses a cotton string to catch and pull the hair, will make unibrows disappear in seconds.