Eyebrow styles come in all shapes and styles, from pencil-thin to bushy and thick, and over the past two years, many of us have been experimenting with our brow style a lot.
However, if you have made that all-too-common mistake of plucking too many out, it can take quite a while for your brows to fully grow back, although makeup and microblading is an option to help give you an instant lift.
If you want to grow them back, however, here are some top tips for helping the process.
Don’t Touch Them
Your brow growth cycle will go through three main phases of growth, from anagen to catagen and finally to telogen, over the course of around 12 to 15 weeks.
During this time, try to avoid plucking whilst you are growing them back, as your brows need time to get to that desired bushy level.
Once they are grown out again, you can either reshape them yourself or get the help of a brow specialist to give you the arch you want.
Shape With Makeup
There are a lot of alternative ways to shape a brow that do not rely on plucking the offending hairs out, such as using concealer to hide the hairs or taking advantage of smoothing brow waxes that can sometimes also contain conditioning ingredients.
As well as these, brow pencils, brow gels and a brow filler could also be effective. Just make sure that whatever makeup product you use does not require scrubbing to get rid of, as that leads to brows falling out and prolonging the regrowing process.
Feed Yourself Well
Like with hair growth and skin health, your diet can be a major factor in helping or hindering growth.
Make sure you have a diet rich in iron, omega-3 fatty acids, vitamin C, vitamin A, zinc and biotin, as these ingredients can help foster healthy cell and hair growth and help strengthen your follicles.
For an effective and fast semi-permanent solution, ask us about microblading in Hull today.