Tips and tricks to get thicker eyebrows

Real Fouz

Real Fouz

We all look back at our photos and realize how horrible our eyebrows were, and how we ever thought over plucking to that point was ever okay or even considered as cute. There comes a point where you’ve done so much damage that your hair won’t grow back out as it used to and the shape you used to hate is now nearly impossible to achieve again. The thing is, thicker and fuller eyebrows will always be a classic, and myself, I’m as guilty as most of the girls for over plucking my eyebrows! It took me years to have them grow back, and I’ve tried so many ways to have all that hair back!

I always looks up for ways to help me grow back my eyebrows and even my own hair and I’ve come to realize that there’s no other way than to use natural ingredients and oils for your body. Here are a few tips and tricks on how to do so!

The most common and effective way is to shave your eyebrows ONLY in the areas that you feel that you want your hair to grow thicker, and if you’re worried that you’ll have bad looking brows, you can always fix them up using make up.

Castor Oil
Castor oil is one of the most effective remedies to boost the growth of your eyebrows. It contains protein, vitamins, fatty acids and antioxidants that nourish the hair follicles and help with hair growth. Plus, it is helpful in resisting any microorganisms that hamper eyebrow hair growth.

Soak a cotton ball with castor oil, and apply it on to your eyebrows and massage it on the area for a couple of minutes. For the best result keep it overnight and repeat daily for a month.

Coconut Oil
For thicker and fuller brows use organic coconut oil for its Vitamin E and iron. It’ll help you achieve that full brow look. Apply a few drops to your eyebrows and massage it in every night and keep overnight. Repeat daily for a month or two depending on how full you’d like to go.

Onion Juice
If you’re willing to go this extreme and don’t mind getting your stink on, then onion juice will be your new best friend!
Extract the juice from one small onion and apply/massage it on your eyebrows till it dries up. Do this daily for a few weeks till you notice a difference as it won’t be harmful, unless it gets into your eyes!

Egg Yolk
Your eyebrow hair is made out of Keratin protein and eggs are the perfect source for protein. All you have to do is separate the yolk from the white part and beat the yolk till you get a thick creamy consistency. Apply it on your brows for about 15-20 minutes then wash off using cold water. Repeat this once or twice a week.

Always make sure you stop using any ingredient if the area turns red or starts to become irritated.

Keep in mind that every time your pluck/shave/thread your eyebrows your most likely not going to have your hair grow back the same way it used to be. The full eyebrow look has always been a classic and I think it will continue to be a classic as having thinner brows with age can make you look even older, and if you had fuller brows it’s known to make you look younger. Other than that, in the fashion industry having strategically fuller brows are always a plus for any model, even in the makeup world! Play it safe and have your brows as natural as you can, unless you naturally don’t have thick or full eyebrows, then these tips and tricks are perfect for you!


This article was published on 31/08/2016