How to regrow over plucked eyebrows? 

How to regrow over plucked eyebrows? 

We’ve all been there, tweezers in hand and a little too overzealous with our plucking routine. One second you are just plucking a couple teeny, tiny eyebrows hairs, and then the next second, half of your eyebrows are gone! It is a classic moment of panic, but don’t worry they can grow back! At Jeevi Brow Studio we’ve had many clients come in who are worried about whether their over plucked eyebrows can grow back, so we’ve made this list of tips to help you get your brows back looking fuller. 

Stay Patient and Keep Your Hands Away!

It’s pretty silly sounding advice, but the best thing you can do to speed up your eyebrow hair growth is to just leave them alone! Put the tweezers down and just let your hairs breathe and relax. However, if there is an absolute desire to tweeze some stray hairs you should fill your brows in with your favourite product into your desired shape and only tweeze the hairs that are outside of that shape. Everyone’s eyebrow hairs grow back at different paces, so don’t be discouraged if your hairs are taking a little longer. Your patience will be rewarded! 

The Magnifying Mirror Must Go!

The skin around the eyebrows is really thin and delicate, so it’s easily susceptible to trauma from plucking. That’s why most dermatologists (and us!) recommend that you get rid of the magnifying mirror. By constantly using one, you are constantly looking at your eyebrows and re-traumatising those hairs. We need to let our hair follicles breathe, and with some patience you’ll begin to see them come back. 

Avoid Makeup or Moisturising Near Your Eyebrows 

The next thing you are going to need to do is to avoid creams, lotions, oils and serums – pretty much anything you put on your face – from the area. That’s not to say you can’t apply your favourite skincare products, but you should remember that many of these products will block the growth of your eyebrow hair or sometimes make it shed. Then you have to either start the whole process over again, or watch as it takes even longer! 

Stimulate Hair Growth 

There are a few products we do recommend to use on your eyebrows, like eyebrow hair growth serums. By using these serums you can nurture and nourish the current hairs, while it won’t make your hair grow faster, you will have less breakages, allowing the hairs to grow

optimally. We love Locklashes Browgasm! It works wonders.

Besides growth serums we recommend castor oil (which is like the holy-grail of brow stimulation products). Castor oil comes with a whole host of great natural antibacterial and antifungal properties. It keeps your hair soft, so they won’t break as easily. Plus if you are trying to go the all natural route, castor oil is perfect since it’s vegetable based! We use The Naked One organic cold pressed castor Oil, it’s our absolute favourite! 

Brush Through Your Brows Regularly!

This one is a really simple tip but can make a big difference. By brushing through your brows in the morning and night with a spoolie, you can stimulate hair growth. The brushing encourages blood flow and massages the skin, which can encourage hair growth.

Fake it till you make it! 

It can be a really slow process sometimes, which can be pretty disheartening. Which is why we think it’s important to fake it till you make it. By using a tinted brow gel you can achieve some nice fake fullness while you wait for the real deal. 

Make regular appointments with a brow expert!

This is by far the most important tip we have! At Jeevi Brow Studio we have a dedicated team of some of Australia’s best beauticians. We pride ourselves on our attention to detail, excellent customer service, and making sure you leave feeling as glamorous as you deserve! We recommend that clients come every 3 weeks so we can help you with the regrowth process. Everyone’s eyebrows are different, and we can assist you in showing you the right techniques and the right products, so you can get fuller, more beautiful brows. 

 

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