I grew up in the 90s, which was one of the most dangerous times for eyebrows. Having super thin and overplucked eyebrows was a thing, which I still can’t believe. How some of still have eyebrows is another thing I can’t believe. However, I’m one of the lucky ones who have tweezed and waxed her eyebrows to the thinnest possible angles and lengths. Yet, I still have eyebrows, thanks the different tips I learned on how to grow your eyebrows back.
Keep reading to find out how I do it.
First thing is to make sure you clean them thoroughly every night. A lot of the products that we use to style our eyebrows, such as styling waxes and gels, are so heavy on our brows. They are also hard to remove. So, make sure that you thoroughly clean your eyebrows by first using a cleansing oil to loosen the product and buildup. Afterwards, you can follow up with your regular facial cleansing. Personally, I double cleanse my skin every night and usually start with a cleansing oil to remove my makeup. If you do the same, make sure to spend a little extra time on your brows.
Once the brows are fully cleansed, follow up by dabbing a drop of tea tree oil or peppermint oil on your brows. Both of these oils are great for stimulating hair growth and thickness. You only need to massage a small drop for both brows.
The final step is to brush your brows every night. Like the oils I mentioned above, brushing the area will help stimulate growth, as well. You can use a toothbrush or spoolie to do this. I use both after I apply the oil, to help distribute the oil to every strand and massage it into the hair and brows. This has become one of my favorite steps in night time skincare routine.