Uh oh… You over plucked, didn’t you? That’s why your hear, isn’t it? Eyebrows are a big deal and it’s easy to fall into the trap of over plucking. Especially if you aren’t super sure what you are doing. But that’s not what we are here to talk about today because I am NOT an expert in eyebrow shaping. However, I am an expert in calling the salon and scheduling an appointment to get my eyebrows done… But I’m not sure that counts for anything.
What we are here to talk about is how to grow those suckers if you went a little overboard and want them back. Unfortunately, sometimes if you tweeze or wax them over and over again, they maybe not grow back at all.
A great way to stimulate hair growth is to exfoliate. You can easily exfoliate your brows with a soft bristled toothbrush. Be gentle, you want them to grow back, not rub off.
2. Try a brow Razor
If you are having a hard time getting the tiny hairs to grow, try shaving the area with a brow razor. This can stimulate growth and even make them grow in a little quicker.
3. Grow them gradually
If you are having not problems with the hair coming back in, but rather letting go of your tweezers and letting them grow back in is hard for you, let them grow in rows. What I mean by this is, let them get a little fuller by letting a row grow in lower than you usually would but still tweezing below that row. When that row is nicely filled, let it go lower. This is more for if you have too thin eyebrows and aren’t sure where to start in reshaping them.
4. Brow and Lash Serums
If your eyebrows are being stubborn and won’t grow back in on their own, you can try a serum to help them along the way. Try Mary Kay Lash & Brow Building Serum.
5. Fill them
Okay, So filling in your brows isn’t really going to help them to grow. But you might be surprised how much better your eyebrows look after you have take some time to fill them in. Seriously, go do it. Do it now.