hmmm interesting question...
forget what eyebrows will look like in a million years.. what will humans look like in a million years....? supposedly we evolved too .
Did eyebrows ACTUALLY? evolve ?? You are CERTAIN? they ACTUALLY? evolved?
They'll look really hairy .
They kept growing more important and stylish and will continue, who knows what or where it could be.
I mean not 'where' cause it could only be in one place.
God covered us in hair for a reason, to help keep us clean. Just think how funny we would look without eyebrows to round out our faces. If we didn't have eyebrows, then our faces would go on up into our hair lines. And as for in a million years, I think they will revert back to the caveman days.
How do you know if they evolved? Well if they did, eyebrows were probably much hairier than they are today and most probably in a million years, people wont even have them anymore!!! who knows.. I mean it would make sense... People were much hairier back then, we looked like monkeys LOL... now, some people are almost hairless!
Eyebrows are there to protect your eyes. Sweat from your fore-head and scalp should not enter ur eyes much because of your eyebrows. In a million years eyebrows will become scanty. And If a child would be born with thick eyebrows - he would be the talk of the town !
They may go completely, as we become less hunter-gatherer.
hmm.. i guess evolved (from super hairy) to keep the dust and sweat on your forehead or something from getting into your eyes... maybe.. today they're only there for aesthetic, imo, because there's not as much dust around today as there was a million years ago..
i think.. in a million years.. we will have NO eyebrows because of all the compulsive tweezing and waxing and threading. lol=]
I would guess that those early primates who had something to keep the sweat out of their eyes were naturally selected for survival over those who didn't since they would be more likely to spot that saber-toothed tiger stalking them and would make better hunters. I doubt very much that there will be anything left of mankind in one million years besides fossils.
i think people will just shave them all off and not have any.
I think they will look about the same in a million years. (For the most part, and if the earth is even around in one million years.)
How did eyebrows evolve? Well, when God created man, he gave them eyebrows. Simple as that.
Eyebrows are so essential so humans, since they keep harmful bacteria and dust and dirt out of our eyes. It is such a shame that some people chose to shave them off. To me, a person who shaves off their eyebrows is like a person who decided to cut out his tongue.
Eyebrows haven't changed much for thousands of years, and there's no real reason to thnk that they will in the next upcoming thousands of years.
Well we need eyebrows so they can be big and puffy or nice and neat or just ran together one big eyebrow.
some people don't care what there eyebrows look like. & some people do. So they should look the same as they do now.
But who knows what will happen a million years from now.
Eyebrows developed to protect the eyes from debris...That's all I know.
Ha, no way to know. In the more immediate future, eyebrows will evolve towards the average standard of beauty the societies of the world hold. This is due to sexual selection, otherwise know as "the good-looking people have more offspring sooner."
I predict smaller eyebrows in general, with the complete demise of the unibrow. The eyebrow will not vanish, because it is very useful in keeping sweat out of your eyes.
eyebrows evolved the same way that all other hair did, and in a million years they will look the same way they do now.
Eyebrows where the hair patch on your face you never notice unless there missing like burnt off Then they became the detail that gave away your natural hair color till people learned to dye them next they where an expression the way you shaped your eyebrows showed how you feel then they got rid of them altogether and started drawing them in with pencils I think the next step would be to tattoo you eyebrows onto you face and in a million years it would be groovy to not have eyebrows all together They would become the next hairy armpit I mean who wants hair on their face YUCK
To answer your question one must subscribe to Darwin's theory which he himself doubted later on in his life. the lack of missing link and several other factors makes one question the Evolution theory. However that is NOT the question here. If we are to assume Man evolved from Apes then we must also subscribe that over time we (Man) lost much of our hair! For unknown reasons we lost hair over our chest back and face. Note some men and women still have hair in these areas some more than others. If we evolved from Apes and over time lost facial hair it could have been that for reasons only evolution knows the eyebrows stayed! Now this could be to protect the eye from dust etc. Did they evolve? No I think they were leftovers from facial hair as we progressed away from being apes! I have no basis in science for this its just a guess but then evolution in many ways is also a guess!
In a million years, eyebrows will extend outward and become part of the hair that is on top of their head, which will occasionally need trimming.
Just my idea.
For Female Celebrities: Thin and Arched lol
For Male Celebrities: Medium and Arched lol
For Rich people: Thin and Kinda Arched lol
For Poor people: Thick and Rickety lol
We were born with them. Probably look the same in a million years. If bodies change shape or form by that time, they will conform also.
eyebrows evolve to keep sweat out of our eyes, i really cant even beging to guess what they will look like in million years
Do you mean how they came to be? I have no clue. Maybe they came about because the eyes needed some sun protection and to keep water away. In a million years they'll probably darker for everyone because dark hair will eventually win out.
The page on eyebrows from Wikipedia:
eyebrows didn't evolve but humans having less hair did. we only kept hair where we needed it like over our eyes to help trap foreign particles that might get in our eyes...or something. also eyebrows are somehow more appealing than...not eyebrows. so people who over-evolved to not having eyebrows were selected through natural selection to go extinct. I can't explain why we kept hair on other parts of our body though. most of the other places dont make sense, especially pubic hair. and in a million years, if we haven't killed each other off by then, people won't have eyebrows. we will have evolved to a state where we communicate telepathically, therefore any additional information such as facial expressions and body language will not be necessary. everything will be communicated and understood intuitively through telekinesis.
Interesting question. Eyebrows are there to help protect your eyes as are eyelashes.
At the rate we are going this world won't be covered with humans. that will have eyebrows they will be of some other origin.
Originally only women had an eyebrow. It was just one big hairy eyebrow that started growing with the onset of menopause. As men became more wimpy, they also started growing an eyebrow As mankind's head became larger the eyebrow split into two parts as you see it today Sort of similar to Continental Drift. As more and more people are becoming small minded, I think that in the future the eyebrows will once again join and may even form a complete circle around the head..
Given #1: There is variation in eyebrow color, furrow-i-ness, and shape.
Assumption #1: There is little to no reproductive selective preference for either one. As far as I know... eyebrows haven't kept someone from reproducing and passing on their eyebrow genes.
Assumption #2: Unless there is some alien invasion or virus that attacks people with a particular eyebrow OR there is some geological change that makes a brow life saving (or life threatening) OR some cultural shift that makes a particular type of brow super sexy and they get to make all the babies...
Prediction: Eyebrows, I think, will stay the same.
Then again a million years is an uber long time, who's to say we'll still be around.
One million years from now the eyebrows will be very long and gray.
dunno and never will noe until that day arrives