Hello there 🙂
My eyebrows and I have one
travel together. Although of course I am blessed – or rather was Of course, at the time of my birth I was blessed – with gorgeous bushy eyebrows (thank you, daddy!) I surrendered to pincer delusions throughout high school and college. For years I was not only convinced that my super-thin bows looked better than my natural, fuller shape (spoilers – they certainly did not), but I also fought with fears that made me pluck my already stingy eyebrows and continued to shape oblivion. Eek, Other faux pas? 10 layers of mascara and more layers of bronzer … on the gruesome photos below, the discretion of the beholder is recommended! My favorite eyebrow products have not made for a bushier finish, but when I fill my brows with the form and abundance I finally desire, I'm less tempted to relieve stress (something that uses … to completely obstruct my forehead goals). I'm not sure why I almost ignored eyebrow products in college, but now that I've found some amazing formulas that I really love, like Christine's pencil and Charlotte Tilbury's epic brow gel, I can make my eyebrows look that way, as if it were the final destination you actually arrived there. It's the perfect way to stay up to date while keeping all the other tricks and tips that make your eyebrows better. Both my hair and my eyebrows have grown exponentially since I dutifully began popping high-quality hair, nail and skin supplements daily. (Stability is the key here, folks!) Of course, it's important to contact your doctor before starting any new supplements (no matter how common they look), but as someone who has done some over the years Having tried different formulas, these rubbers from Hum have made the most significant and noticeable difference. They taste fantastic, contain less sugar than most, and contain a strategic blend of biotin and other important nutrients such as zinc, Fo-Ti, and para-aminobenzoic acid. I also loved Nutrofol's hair-enhancing supplements and take the digestive enzyme, the sugar balance and the DHT inhibitor. Oils have been a trend in the beauty industry for some time now, and although my skin is resistant to breakouts and does not tolerate skincare products such as cleansing oils or coconut-enriched moisturizers and serums, my brows have loved the weekly treatments in a less comic (also known as pore clogging ) Oil like castor or macadamia on my brows. I let the oil on my brow for a few hours on a Sunday and notice that the skin and hair around my eyebrows feel much wetter and less flaky. After doing this for several months, I noticed a general improvement in the thickness and health of my brows, and I also appreciate how bright and shiny the practice makes them look. (Which just underlines their new, feather-lighter look!) My former revered former co-worker Victoria Hoff swears by the organic, cold-pressed Macadamia elixir below for hair growth, and I loved Briogeo's new castor oil! I'm not sure why it took me so long to get into the Brew Serum Train, but it did. After having the opportunity to have my eyebrows sculptured by the well-known artist Joey Healy, I sang a different tune. Healy has one of the best O.G. Brow growth serums on the market, and he recommended that I wipe the formula every morning and night to increase my brows and promote growth in areas that, despite all the other efforts, had remained stubbornly sparse. Although an investment, Healy's Brauelixier is a strategic combination of pentapeptides, hyaluronic acid and hydrolysed wheat protein to moisturize and calm the brow area and promote blood circulation. Then an extra dose of vitamins such as A, B5, C and E will help nourish and strengthen existing brow hair, while botanical ingredients (white tea, liquorice, eyebright and rose) will further boost your health. Since I started using Healy's recommended routine, I have experienced much more eyebrow growth. I used to be able to pass several months between professional tweezers, but now I am tempted to go in the right direction more often.