Apr 17, 2013
I plucked my eyebrows over a year ago and a half ago and they haven't grown back yet. Is there anything I can do to help them grow back in?
Has anyone tried or know any info on Castor Oil? Or rapid brow?
Is that rapid brow stuff even healthy for you? Please help if you can. Thanks.
I heard castor oil is good for that! but you shouldn't get it in your forehead or on your face because they say it might break you out...
Just don't touch your eyebrows. I did that once and I don't touch them for a couple of weeks and they grew back,
I don't touch them. I haven't filled them in, in months. They've always taken forever to grow back but this time its taking way totototo long.
Mine are the same way Kelly. I over plucked mine when I was like 12? And they've never came back. I'll be filling mine in for the rest of my life. Ha.
I use ardell lash and brow and its worked for me. One of the main ingredients is castle oil. It's cheap on amazon.
Depending on how early you started plucking they may never come back.
My old boss started very early and now in her late 30s her eyebrows are stuck the way she last plucked them
Do not put moisturizer on your brows when you put lotion on your face that stunts the growth...it just takes time but they will grow back:)
Apr 18, 2013
Castor oil works! but it takes some time. latisse is 100% guarantee to work! but it's expensive =\
Thanks everyone for the advice and info :) ill try it all.
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