How to grow eyebrows back?
Focus on eating a healthy, well-balanced diet, and for that, consult your doctor before beginning a new supplement regimen.
With rapidly changing fashion trends, keeping up with them gets a little stressful sometimes. At times there are thick eyebrows in trend and then, like recently, space or invisible eyebrows are appreciated. Whether it is a fad or a long-run fashion, but it puts some amount of pressure on us to keep pace with the ongoing beauty movement.
Long back, when thin eyebrows would add you to the list of fashionistas, today, broader is the new hot! However, if you are one of the 90’s era or even from the Y2K years, you had spent hours cutting, threading, and possibly even microblading your brows to get the thinnest possible arches, but now, it is a mess to you when it is not growing back? Here is what you need to know!
Growing eyebrows back
- Allow your eyebrows to rest for a while and refrain from picking at each hair, as doing so will prevent them from ever recovering.
- Select the appropriate tweezers, avoiding those with a wider, flat end and those with rubber grips at the end. When you pull out the rubber, the hair is more severely injured.
- Additionally, pluck your brows as soon as you get out of the shower because your skin is typically softer and more delicate after a shower and the hairs just slide right out with little effort.
- Beyond that, focus on eating a healthy, well-balanced diet, and for that, consult your doctor before beginning a new supplement regimen.