Do you remember the thin eyebrow fashion? The trend was to remove as much hair as possible and leave just a little line to frame the eyes. Sometimes, the exaggeration in epilation was so much that the line ended up having to be done with a pencil.
If you have a full eyebrow and you suffered at that time, your problems are over, because what is in demand now are thicker and well defined eyebrows.
This style, which has been adopted by celebrities such as Sofía Vergara and Lilly Collins, may even be more natural, but it also requires some care – especially for women who have thinner strands or who have some birth defects or hair pulling. .
If you want to join the thick brow trend but feel frustrated about not sporting thick, voluminous strands, check out these three oils that work wonders for hair growth:
1. Olive oil
Found in any kitchen, extra virgin olive oil is a good choice of oil to replenish skin cell nutrients as it contains monounsaturated fatty acids and vitamin E.
In addition, olive oil has antimicrobial properties, which help prevent possible fungal and bacterial infections that can result in hair loss.
To use, apply the oil on the eyebrows, avoiding contact with the eyes, and massage for 2 minutes. Let it act overnight and remove in the morning with warm water.
2. Coconut oil
Very rich in saturated fat, coconut oil is an excellent moisturizer for hair follicles, as well as providing vitamins and minerals that contribute to healthy hair growth. Extra benefit: coconut oil also helps to darken the hair, leaving the eyebrow more marked.
To use coconut oil, apply it to your eyebrows before going to bed and leave it on overnight. In the morning, wash with warm water. Keep this routine for 60 days.
3. Castor oil
Castor oil, extracted from the castor bean seed, was already famous for stimulating hair growth and preventing hair loss, as it has anti-inflammatory and antioxidant action. And these effects also show up on the brow, helping you sport a thicker, more defined arch.
To use, apply it with a cotton swab over the eyebrows, let it act for 30 minutes and remove the product with water and neutral soap. The procedure must be repeated once a week until you get the desired results.
Remember to always remove all traces of any oil before exposing yourself to the sun, as they can cause burns.
If you notice a sharp fall of hair or notice the presence of scabs resulting from skin peeling, it is worth consulting a dermatologist to investigate if you have any skin disease.
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