How to Get Thicker Eyebrows
Thick eyebrows are all the rage these days—and it's easy to see why: They frame your face, and let's face it, they make a statement. But if you were one of the unlucky ones who overplucked in the early 2000s or you just weren't born with naturally thick eyebrows, it can feel frustrating that you can't be part of this gorgeous beauty trend.
Here's what you need to know when you need thicker eyebrows—STAT.
Stop Plucking Right this Second
We mean it. Just stop plucking right now. Even though it might feel awkward because you might have a few errant hairs here and there, the best way to promote growth in your eyebrows is to stop messing with them so much. It can take a bit of time for eyebrows to grow out, so give it some time: Three or four months without plucking is usually best.
Slather on Some Vaseline
In order to grow more hair on your eyebrows, you have to facilitate a healthy environment that promotes hair growth. This means that your skin is going to have to be extra hydrated. Believe it or not, applying good old-fashioned Vaseline on the area around your eyebrows will moisturize and provide a seal on your skin.
Try an Eyebrow Growth Serum
A really quick way to get thicker eyebrows is to apply a growth serum to your brows daily. Growth serums contain triple peptide complex, as well as vitamins, botanicals, and hair conditioners that allow hair to grow fast.
Schedule a Microblading Session
Microblading is a procedure that claims to improve the appearance of your eyebrows. Sometimes it is also called “feather touch” or “micro-stroking.”
Microblading is performed by a trained technician. They may or may not have a special license to perform the procedure, depending on the state in which they are working. This individual carefully draws in your brows using a special tool. The procedure involves hundreds of tiny strokes that build a texture that looks like your own eyebrow hair.
Interested in scheduling a microblading appointment with a professional at Volume Eyelash Extension Studio in Santa Barbara? You can book an appointment online or give us a call at (805) 881-2242!