The year is 2003. You’re obsessed with beauty icons like Paris Hilton and Gwen Stefani. You’ve got a pair of tweezers in your hands with the one goal of recreating their brows. You know the ones; the thinner the better. We’ve all been there.
Fast forward to now and your poor brows haven’t quite recovered. Don’t worry, all hope is not lost! There are a few ways to grow back over plucked eyebrows. Cue sighs of relief from 90s and 00s kids all around the world.
Put down the tweezers
The first step is perhaps the most important. Step away from the tweezers or razors. We’ve all heard the horror stories of people getting caught up in a plucking trance of sorts, only to step away from the mirror and realise their eyebrows are wafer thin. Repeat after us: That. Will. Not. Be. Me. Eyebrow regrowth is definitely possible, but not if you’re constantly pulling them out, of course! Most people’s brows work on a 3-4 month growth cycle, so you really need to let your brows recuperate. If you’re tweezing because your brows are looking a little patchy as they grow back, fill in any sparse areas with the Brow Magic pencil.
Brow growth serums
Actual magic in a tube, the Lash and Brow Growth Serum contains biotin, which is going to stimulate hair growth and get those arches nice and full once more. For a quick rundown, biotin (also known as vitamin H) is a B complex vitamin, deficiency of which can lead to hair loss. A natural way to get full brows (and lashes!), our Growth Serum is super easy to use. It is completely vegan and free of any harmful ingredients. Just swipe over your brows and you’ll start to notice results in 6 weeks. If you see us add 10 to our cart, just ignore us.
Look at the foods you’re eating
Just like most things to do with our bodies, what we eat can have a huge impact on eyebrow growth. Iron boosts circulation and helps to carry oxygen around the body, including hair roots, which helps to speed up the growth rate. Meat, legumes and leafy greens are rich in iron so adjust your meal plans accordingly!
Other great nutrients to include in your diet are omega-3 fatty acids, protein and vitamin A, B, C and D, which are once again found in leafy greens like spinach and kale. Whether you boost your nutrient intake via your diet or supplements, it is going to really help to grow your eyebrows back.
So, the answer to the age-old question (well, since the 2010s anyway) “do eyebrows grow back?” is a resounding yes! You just need to know a few tricks of the trade. Shop all of our brow products today.