Tips For Eyebrow Regrowth

Ladies who were plucking their eyebrows in the ‘90s are likely to have fallen victim to the over-plucked look, and may still have the skinny, over-arched brows to prove it. Now that thicker, fuller features are back in fashion, you might have tried, and failed, to get your eyebrows to grow.


So, if you want brows like Cara Delevigne, Lily Collins or Keira Knightley, read our tips.


Coconut oil


Coconut oil has a plethora of cosmetic and health benefits, from moisturising skin to protecting against hair damage. It is also known to thicken eyebrows by massaging it in before bed and leaving over night.


Eyebrow serums


These days, there are lots of eyebrow serums available to buy – most likely because anyone over the age of 30 has been trying to thicken their eyebrows after Gwen Stefani, Christina Aguilera and Angelina Jolie made the skinny brow look so popular all those years ago.


According to Harpers Bazaar: “The best eyebrow growth serums are designed with a blend of ingredients like peptides, natural extracts, antioxidants, and amino acids to nourish the hair follicle and help support healthy hair growth.”


Microblading


If you are unable to grow back the hairs that have been plucked, there are other ways to achieve the thicker look. You could pencil in your brows, or opt for microblading for a semi-permanent solution.


This works by using a pen with several needles at the end, which leave delicate strokes on to the eyebrow in a perfect arch to create realistic-looking hair.


For microblading in Hull, get in touch with us today.


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