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Eyebrow Regrowth - How To Encourage Eyebrow Hair Regrowth

By Edited Oct 10, 2015 0 0

Many people all over the world aren't happy with the current state of their eyebrows. The most common complaint we here is that they are too thin. It's generally accepted that thick is beautiful when it comes to eyebrows. So why are some people's brows thinner than others? Well, there are a number of things that can affect the amount of hair than a man or woman has in their eyebrow. Some folks with thin brows have been through some kind of a traumatic experience. Car accidents and fires seem to be the leading culprit here. Others suffer from disease or maybe even the treatment of disease. Cancer patients often lose their hair due to chemotherapy or radiation treatment. Luckily for all of us, there are several different ways to encourage eyebrow regrowth.

One simple thing you can do if your eyebrows are thin is to up your vitamin intake. You see, hair is nothing more than protein. If your body isn't getting enough vitamins, it has serious trouble creating proteins, and thus, hair. Try adding more vitamin A, C and E to your diet. I've heard that calcium can help with eyebrow hair regrowth as well.

Another simple way to get your eyebrows back is by using a male hair growth product. One of the more popular ones on the market is Rogaine. Even if your a woman, this stuff can have very positive effects. Just make sure that you don't use too much. Get some extra strength solution but use a Q-Tip to apply it.

The final thing you can do involves the use of an eyebrow brush. With this method, you'll actually be hitting two birds with one stone. First off, you can dab a bit of makeup onto the end of one of these brushes. Use it like an eyebrow pencil to fill out your thin brows. Now while this only provides a temporary solution, it's better than nothing. The good news is that the rubbing motion that your eyebrows get with makeup application actually helps them to grow. Don't go overboard with this though. Try to massage your brows with one of these brushes for two minutes a day. If you're too stingy to buy one, a toothbrush can be used instead.

After a month or so of using the technique outlined above, you should notice some eyebrow regrowth. If not, it's probably time to take a more serious look at this problem. You may want to look into a permanent eyebrow tattoo or an eyebrow hair transplant. Good luck!



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