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As a make up Artist I always find the biggest difference is made when a client has a fuller, thicker and well maintained brow. Eyebrows frame your face and with the right shape your brows can make you look younger and healthier. With big brows a trend that’s not going anywhere any time soon, here are 5 easy steps to help you get your eyebrows back on track.
In order for your hair to grow, it needs to be in an environment that promotes hair growth. This means, your skin needs to be well hydrated and nourished. Vaseline known to create a sealing barrier, this jelly also locks in moisture to help speed up your skin’s natural recovery process.
The very first step to maintaining an unruly brow—conditioning. Not dissimilar to the hair on our head, brows need conditioning, too. Keep an eye out for ingredients such as pro-vitamin B5, keratin, and proteins, as these work to nourish and smooth the hairs. Hair conditioner with the correct ingredients will work so as long as you are careful not to get any in your eye area.
Oil promotes hair growth much like Vaseline, by creating a barrier that locks in moisture. But, it also increases circulation while stimulating cellular metabolism. This, in turn, promotes hair growth. Any oil can be used, so try olive oil, coconut oil, jojoba oil, even castor oil. Simply apply on your brows before you go to bed and let it go to work. I apply coconut oil to my hair and at the same time place a small amount to my brows at night.
Visit an expert.
Just like an interior decorator can give you a brand-new perspective on your living room, an eyebrow specialist can transform the way you see your facial features. When we look at ourselves, we have such a different view of what might look good that we don’t see the possibilities. A single hair can change the entire shape of the brow, which in turn changes the shape of your face.
Make a small investment in a good eyebrow pencil. For my own personal use I love the YSL cosmetic Design Des Sourcils. If you need any extra help in hand with extra guidence The Tom Ford Brow Sculptor is also one of my favourites.