Eyelash and Eyebrow Growth
The one thing that can be a dead giveaway for our age as women are the eyebrows. They frame our eyes, and when they do not fit or are not symmetrical they appear a bit off. Sometimes we can overdo them, or neglect them altogether. We are constantly looking for ways to make our eyebrows look amazing, but permanently right? We don't want them to rub off entirely, and we don't want them tattooed on (imagine a tattoo gone wrong!) - we simply want our own natural eyebrows and to not feel like an alien without them!
We also want to still look like ourselves without our faces being "beat" or in full makeup flow.
The difference in your natural brow versus your made up brow should not be significant as it relates to the shape. If your brows used to be more full and are now sparse as a result of plucking/threading or aging - I'm going to share the secrets I used to regrow my brows back to their full well behaved and well shaped glory.
This secret also applies to the eyelashes too! Boom! Double sexiness! Am I right? Drumroll please....
The answer to this lifelong dilemma and question?
Sweet Almond Oil!!
Sweet Almond Oil, not to be confused with almond oil which is bitter, is pressed from almonds and is rich in antioxidants such as Vitamin E, healthy fats, and trace nutrients. One of the best things you can do for your eyebrows, eyelashes, and skin is to feed it sweet almond oil. If you have allergies or sensitivities to almonds, I do not recommend using sweet almond oil.
Applying Sweet Almond Oil
Frequency - Nightly
Apply nightly to a freshly cleansed face, in the eyebrow area, a few drops per each eyebrow and massage into the brows.
Using a spoolie/eyelash brush or Q-tip apply a few drops and gently glide across the eyelashes, do not get into your eyes - it won't burn but it will be blurry until you clear it.
Hair growth occurs in cycles - take a before picture and at the end of each week take an after picture - you will notice a difference around the 4 week period.
For those allergic to almonds, an alternative that you can use is cold pressed Organic Castor Oil.