These past few years have all been about thick and bushy brows because they add so much intense look and drama to our face and ultimately make our eyes pop. We all want those thick dramatic brows but struggle to get them because we seldom talk about the ways to achieve them rather topics like better skin and hair always make their way to the surface.
We’re not saying that any of those things are not important, but brow health is also of no less importance. We have jotted down for you some of the tips to achieve more fuller and healthy brows.
Castor oil magic
This oil has been the favorite remedy to grow out lashes for years. Turns out, it is not only good for the lashes, but it contributes greatly to the growth of your eyebrows as well. Regular application of it on your eyebrows can help you achieve unbelievable results and fuller eyebrows. Hence, we truly recommend you add it to your skincare routine.
Over-plucking or plucking too often
We often tend to over-pluck our bows from the middle because obviously no one ever truly enjoys a unibrow, but that also doesn’t mean that we should get carried away and make a huge gap between our eyebrows. This gap should always be equal to the bridge of your nose.
Plucking too often is also strongly condemned by us. You should only pluck your brows once every three weeks. They should be given enough time to grow back because otherwise, you will never be able to achieve a fixed shape or fuller brows.
Some petroleum jelly mixed with a drop of Vitamin E oil can do so much more for your brows than you can imagine. Who knew that Vaseline goes beyond fixing cracked heels and chapped lips? It is amazing for eyebrow growth because it eliminates dry patches within the hair and deeply conditions and nourishes the roots of your brow hair for healthy and fuller growth.
Toss out the old tweezers
If you are struggling with gripping your hair properly and plucking them out, then the time of your tweezer with you is probably done. Over consistent use, these tweezers can become quite blunt and can become useless.
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Not only useless, but they can also break your hair follicles which can lead to redness, infection, and bacteria buildup on your eyebrow area. It is advisable to replace your tweezer every six months to achieve smoother plucking every time.