Full For Fall: Tips On How to Get Your Eyebrows Back
Posted Monday October 29, 2012 1:08 PM GMT
1. Give them a rest – if you’ve overplucked, chances are you’ve messed with the natural shape of your brows alot, so go celibate on your brows by leaving them be for a good month or two. Choose a beach holiday or other relaxed time to do it if you are going to be conscious of your scraggily brows, you can also pluck a little in the arch if that makes the growing out period more bearable.
2. Massage – I’ve heard that massaging with lach serum or castor oil can be good for promoting growth.
3. Hide Imperfections – Use concealer and powder to cover stray hairs while you’re growing them back.
4. Go Professional – When you’ve grown them back, head to a waxer to get an understanding of the best shape for you – just make sure to tell them you want them as natural looking as possible. Read more about how to perfect your shape here.
5. Use brow gel – One of the main reasons my brows used to end up way thinner than I wanted is that I have hairs that hang down and appear to need removing, but are actually part of my natural brows. I have taken to using brow gel to hold them in place so I don’t have to remove as much. It made such a big difference! I also now use brown pencil to fill them in and make them fuller.