Like it or not, your eyebrows are the first thing people look at when they see you. I’m uneasy when my brows are extremely thin and noticeably different and so jump right into growing them back. The process takes about 2-4 weeks but I’m always happy with the results.
Thing is I never intend to over pluck my brows but it happens sometimes and I just have to deal with it. Other times the brows look different and although I know brows can be similar and not the same (sisters but not twins), I still grow them out and reshape them to my desired size, shape and length.
Here’s a process that has worked for me over time; mixing same parts of coconut oil and castor oil and applying to my brows at night. Using a spoolie or a mascara wand, gently brush the oil into your brow in circular motion and get about other businesses. Castor and coconut oils stimulate hair growth therefore helping your brow hair grow back faster and thicker (in certain cases). If you do not have both oils, they work on their own as well. Thus, using only coconut oil or only castor oil can also boost your brow hair growth. As earlier stated, it’s a slow process but the brows definitely grow back! Also, you can continue the process if you have your desired shape but want volume, only carefully plucking the small unwanted hairs when they show up.
Remember! Your brows are the only thing you can get in shape without
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