How To Get Your Brows Back
The early 2000s were a dark time for brows. Who knew that our overplucked eyebrows wouldn't come back? If you’ve ever gone overboard with a pair of tweezers or experienced a waxing catastrophe, you’ve probably already looked up “how to get my eyebrows back” in a panic.
Don’t worry. There are many ways you can help transform thin brow hairs into fluffy, fuller brows in just a few months.
But First, What Causes Eyebrow Hair Loss?
Aside from a spontaneous over-plucking mishap, too much combing or “fussing” with your brows can cause hair follicle trauma.
But what if you never touch or pluck your brows? If you leave your brows alone and they’re still not Insta-worthy, you may have a vitamin deficiency, hormonal changes, or a skin condition like eczema preventing your brows from thriving. If you suspect an underlying issue is causing hair loss, visit a doctor to learn more.
What Can Help?
From home remedies to our fan-favorite brow serum, here are some of the most tried and true ways to fix thinning or overplucked eyebrows.
Eat a Hair-Healthy Diet
Foods high in proteins, fatty acids, and vitamins will help nourish your hair follicles from the inside out. Try incorporating some of these happy-hair foods into your diet.
Bonus* These foods won’t just help your eyebrows. They’ll also help you achieve gorgeous strands on your head!
OTC Hair-Healthy Vitamins
In addition to your daily diet, you can also supplement your nutrient intake with daily hair vitamins.
Certain vitamin deficiencies can significantly affect your hair and the length of your brows. So hair supplements can be helpful for anyone experiencing thinning brows or hair loss. For example, vitamins made with biotin, omega-3 fatty acids, and vitamins A, B, C, D, and E can speed up the eyebrow growth process.
Apply an Eyebrow Serum
Finding the best products to enhance your eyebrows can take trial and error. But, sometimes, you just need a holy grail skincare product you know will do its job. The LiBrow Purified Eyebrow Serum is safe, reliable, easy to use, and gives your brows a boost of nutrients to support hair follicles.
Just be sure you don’t slack on your daily routine. Use your serum packed with nourishing ingredients nightly for the best results. You should see the appearance of thicker, bolder brows in 8-12 weeks.
Stop Tweezing, Plucking, and Threading
Cancel your upcoming brow appointments. Fight the unwavering urge to pluck that one out-of-place strand or trim your brows with scissors. Instead, let your eyebrows grow without grooming at home. Also, tweezing between appointments will disrupt hair growth if you have your brows professionally done.
How to Get the Look While You Wait
Treating thin or overplucked eyebrows is a waiting game, but there are some things you can do in the meantime to get the look of thicker brows. Awkward gaps, thinning, and sparse spots can easily be camouflaged.
For a commitment-free brow remedy, try filling in sparse brows with makeup. Powders, pencils, pomades, and gels can help mimic the look of fluffy brows. If you want a slightly more permanent fix while you wait for your natural brows, brow tinting, microblading, and power brows are semi-permanent treatments that help fill in gaps to create the illusion of thicker brows.
If “barely there” eyebrows are bumming you out, try the tips & tricks above for fuller, bolder brows.