It's Possible To Grow Out Over-Plucked Eyebrows (Here's How To Do It)

For many women, over-plucked eyebrows are something that they have no choice but to suffer from. Instead of getting more refined eyebrows like they had hoped, they wind up with eyebrows that are pencil thin and unflattering. This might leave you with the fear that you're now stuck with skinny eyebrows for the rest of your life unless you're willing to shell out a ton of money for micro-blading.

But that might not be the case anymore. According to Women's Health, one way to fix over-plucked eyebrows is to begin taking biotin. Biotin is a popular supplement that promotes healthier hair, nails, and skin. Other supplements that can help include Nutrafol. Because of this, it will help with growing out your eyebrows. Like with any new vitamins or supplements, consult your doctor before you begin taking it to ensure that it's safe and the right option for you.

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Those not wanting to take supplements for any reason can use eyelash serum Latisse on their eyebrows. Eyebrow growth serums are also available, but they aren't as popular or successful as previously mentioned treatments. But the one suggestion that is more successful is to maintain a healthy diet and exercise regimen, as well as trying to minimize stress.

Still, you might be wondering why your over-plucked eyebrows simply won't grow back. Medical experts revealed that brow hairs have shorter growth periods than the hair on your head. This prevents your eyebrows from growing as long as your hair, but it makes their growth more frustrating for those suffering from over-plucked eyebrows.

That doesn't mean that it's impossible to grow back your eyebrows. In addition to taking care of them, remember to stay away from tweezers will help them grow the way they should. You should also try to not pick at your eyebrows because it could interrupt growth. Just fill them in with a product as needed to keep them looking sharp. Finally, you need to keep in mind that growing out your eyebrows is going to take quite a bit of time, depending on how bad the damage is. Regardless of how you treat your eyebrows, you'll need to be patient as they try to recover from over-plucking.


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