It has happened to all of us before. You are just trying to pluck a few stray hairs and before you know it, you are back in 1998. Or maybe you just wanted to try to make your arches look like sisters but now they resemble distant relatives. Accidental overplucking can even happen when you go to a professional, but what can be done after the fact?
Utilize Hair Growth Oils
Naturally, you want your brow hairs to grow back into place as quickly as possible. One thing that may help in this area are certain oils. For example, castor oil is excellent for conditioning brows since it is rich in vitamin E. In addition to conditioning your brows, you can use rosemary oil. This oil has long been used in stimulating natural hair growth.
Be patient. Just like when you are growing out the hair on your head, it is bound to go through an awkward phase. Waiting for your eyebrows to grow back, they are bound to go through a similar awkward phase. This process can take a few weeks or even a month, but try to resist the urge to try to fix them again until they have properly grown in.
While you are being patient, makeup can help you out. There is an array of brow filling products on the market today, and pomades are one of them. Pomades offer a bit more coverage than a simple brow gel and they wash away easily. This means that you do not have to scrub to get them clean and risk even more eyebrow hairs falling out before their time.
Visit a Professional
The last thing you can do when your brows have been overplucked is to visit a professional. Our artists here at Lashology can help you achieve the look you want in several ways. From brow tints to laminating, we can help you feel like your most confident self. Stop in our salon today. We look forward to seeing you!