How To Grow BOLD & DRAMATIC Eyebrows Naturally…….

Hello Style Bunnies 🙂

My todays post is for Prynka. She asked me tips for growing eyebrows. I really enjoy writing for my friends and helping them in any way I can. So here is the Blog post.

Now even Science has proven that bold eyebrows are the single most important feature of our face – far more then eyes and lips for ” emotional expression as well as facial recognition”. Unmade eyebrows tend to hide the perfect features of a beautiful lady…. Rightly done eyebrows help us accentuate the desired appeal on the face. Depending on the facial structure, some would prefer to keep their eyebrows thick, while some would prefer it to be thin.

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But what if you could actually grow more hair, making the whole process of getting your eyes all dressed up both natural and effortless? It’s not too difficult, especially with these tried, tested and timeless home recipes.

1. Castor Oil:

Castor oil is a very old and a tried and tested remedy to get thicker and prominent eyebrows. It is inexpensive and is easily available in the market. It contains protein, vitamins, fatty acids and antioxidants that nourishes the hair follicles and promote hair growth.

All you need to do is take a little castor oil on your fingertips and apply directly on to your eyebrows. Leave this overnight and wash off in the morning. You can witness possible changes in about 3-4 weeks of time.

Note: Stop using castor oil if it causes any irritation or burning.

2. Olive Oil:

Olive oil is also good for your eyebrows. Being rich in vitamin E, olive oil can help your eyebrow hair grow faster and thicker. It will also help keep it dark-hued. You do not need a large amount of the oil – dab a drop on both brows and massage gently, preferably twice a day.

3. Whole Milk:

You can also use milk to grow your eyebrows thicker. Milk contains protein as well as other nutrients that nourish hair roots and improve hair growth. Simply dip a cotton bud in whole milk and apply it daily on the eyebrow area.

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4. Aloe Vera:

Aloe vera juice stimulates hair growth on the eyebrows. It gives a good shine to the eyebrow area with persistent application. Aloe vera nourishes hair follicles and boosts hair growth. It also restores and repairs the damage caused to the eyebrows due to over plucking or waxing.

You can Extract the gel from an aloe vera leaf. Gently massage it over your eyebrows. Allow it to sit for 30 minutes before rinsing it off with lukewarm water.

5. Fenugreek Seeds:

Fenugreek seeds can also help grow thick eyebrows. They are rich in protein as well as nicotinic acid and lecithin that promote hair growth. The seeds also help in rebuilding hair follicles.

What you have to do is Soak 1 teaspoon of fenugreek seeds in water for at least 5 hours. Grind the soaked seeds into a thick paste, then add a little coconut oil or almond oil. Apply the paste on the brows just before going to bed and leave it overnight. Wash it off in the morning with warm water. Follow this remedy 2 or 3 times a week for 2 months.

6. Essential Oils:

Mix together one teaspoon each of lavender oil, rosemary oil, pine oil, sandalwood oil and olive oil. Massage this mixture into your eyebrows daily, before going to bed.

7. Eat Nourishing Food:

As we all know, a good diet is essential for the health of the body—including eyebrows! Foods rich in omega 3, vitamin B, iron, protein and zinc should be included in the everyday diet. Green leafy vegetables contain large amount of vitamins and minerals, so they should be taken regularly too. Vitamin supplements should also be taken to prevent deficiencies of vitamins and minerals.

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Once your eyebrows are thick and lush, get them reshaped professionally. These basic steps, when adapted in your daily routine, will help you keep your eyebrows natural, with excellent shape and texture, thus enhancing your Beauty and Glow.

Hope these tips will help you to achieve desired results.

Let us know your comments in the section below. 🙂

xoxo 🙂

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