One of the things that can age and date your look very easily is your eyebrows. Brows that are too thin, arched or uneven.... definitely not the look you should be going for!
But, growing in your brows isn't exactly easy or painless. I got a few tips from s.h.a.p.e.s. Brow Bar CEO Reema Khan, on how to transition to a more modern (and thicker) brow shape.
Stop plucking! - Whatever you do, just put down the tweezers and let them grow. This will allow your brows to return to their natural shape.
Gradual Thickening- Grow hair back one row at a time to slowly begin transitioning your eyebrow shape.
Fill in- Once your brows have begun to grow in, use a pencil or mineral power use a mineral based brow product to fill in the gaps. Please note the less you use the better as this will achieve the most natural look.
The Ultimate Natural Route- Use castor oil where you want the hair to grow. This is a very old custom that works well in stimulating hair growth.
Reema Khan is the CEO of s.h.a.p.e.s. Brow Bar and she has over 20 years of experience in the industry. s.h.a.p.e.s. specializes in threading and has over 60 locations throughout the United States.
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