Regrow your Eyebrows after Threading

How to Regrow your Eyebrows after Threading “Gone Wrong”

We all have been there. “Threading Gone wrong” experience. Despite of you telling the lady a hundred times to not shorten/ thin-en your eyebrows, she doesn’t really seams to care. Isn’t it? The perfect time to re grow your Eyebrows back is after you have done threading. Yes..!

No matter how perfect or how horrible it looks. Start from the day one. Just one minute from your daily routine is what you all need to re grow your eyebrows thick and long.

Here are some of the natural ways to Re-grow your Eyebrows after Threading.

Natural ways to Regrow your Eyebrows after Threading

If you are lazy as me to try each remedy each time, don’t worry.! I will show the easiest way to prepeare your own eyebrow growth serum at the end of these tips. So stay here..

Castor Oil

Castor oil carries ricinoleic acid and omega- 6 essential fatty acids, which accelerate blood circulation and hence increases hair growth. This is the reason it is used widely as hair growth remedy in many treatments.

Take one or two drops of castor oil on to your palm and using a Q-tip apply it on to your eyebrows. Massage them gently to increase the blood circulation around them.

You can also mix the oil with Coconut oil if you find the Castor oil is too greasy and thick on your eyebrows. Just try and see which works the best for you.

 

Onion Juice

The sulfur from onions may also help promote collagen production. Applying onion juice to the hair and scalp could increase blood supply to hair follicles, which in turn improves hair growth.

Extract juice of half an Onion and store it in a small container. Using a Q-tip apply the onion juice to your eyebrows and gently massage for 2 minutes. Repeat twice weekly for visible results.

 

Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera contains something called proteolytic enzymes which repairs dead skin cells on the skin tissue. It also acts as a great exfoliates and hence removes dirt and dead skin cells from the eyebrows.

We often neglect cleaning our eyebrows properly. Applying eye makeup and eyebrow fillers will makeup your eyebrows weak and causes them to fall out more often.

Fresh Aloe Vera gel helps to clean and mildly exfoliate the eyebrows to remove dead skin and product buildup. You can either use fresh Aloe Vera gel from the leaf or any Organic certified Pure Aloe Vera gel to apply on your brows after removing the makeup. Repeat this once in a week to keep your eyebrows clean and healthy.

 

Almond oil and Lavender essential oil

Almond oil contains all kinds of healthy ingredients  like Omega-3 fatty acids, phospholipids, vitamin E, and magnesium. Using almond oil for eyebrows, nourishes and strengthens your brow’s hair and keeps them well groomed.

Using a Q-tip or an Old Mascara brush, take few drops of Almond oil and apply it on to your brows. You can mix the oil with a drop or two of Lavender essential too to boost up the growth more quickly.

 

TIP 1: These Eyebrow treatments works well when did in the night before going to bed and left it overnight. So, Try these treatments in the night rather than in the day to get more effective results.

 

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Vaseline

This petroleum jelly is proven hack for eyebrow and eyelash growth. See here How I use Vaseline to grow my eyelashs super long in a week

Using Vaseline for eyelash and eyebrow growth is not new. This has been tried and tested by many and also have seen visible results within overnight, including me. Yeah..! I’m not kidding. I don’t know if it works for all but you can give it a try to check whether it shows overnight results to you . It depends from person to person, for some it may take a week to see the difference. or even a month.

⇔ Take a very small amount of Vaseline on to your fingers and apply on to your  eyebrows evenly. Wash off the next morning.

Fenugreek Oil

Fenugreek is also a source of Nicotinic Acid, which encourages hair growth and Lecithin, which energizes hair follicles. Simmer 2-3 tablespoons of coconut oil in a pan for 5 min and add a teaspoon of Fenugreek seeds into it. Simmer for more until the oil changes in color. A light gold shade.

Extract the oil into a small container and let it col before you use.

Apply the oil on to your eyebrows using either a Q-tip or an old mascara brush.

 

Vitamin E oil

Vitamin E is an antioxidant that helps repair and build tissue. When you apply vitamin E to your eyebrows, it helps reduce inflammation and repair damage to the skin’s tissue.

As Vitamin E Oil is high Viscous, you may need to dilute it into a carrier oil before using.

Mix 2 drops of vitamin E oil into a teaspoon of Coconut oil and apply it onto your eyebrows. Leave it overnight and wash off the next morning.

You can also follow the eyebrow growth serum recipe below to use Vitamin E in a much more easier way.

 

TIP 2: As natural treatments takes time to actually notice the results, be patience and be consistent to the treatments that your choose to try. It may take a week’s time for some one and a month’s time for other to actually show results.

 

Make Your Own Eyebrow growth serum 

Making your eyebrow growth serum is s easy and fun. This will also be a hassle free way to grow your eyebrows instead of apply one treatment at a time daily.

All you need is..

Cold pressed, Hexane free Castor oil
Unrefined Almond Oil
Vitamin E
A small container or an empty mascara bottle

Let’s Get Started..

Take a small container and fill 1/3 of the container with Castor oil and the remaining with Almond oil. Now add 2 drops of vitamin E oil into the container and mix them well.

You can use a Q-tip to apply the oil on to your eyebrows daily before going to bed and then wash off the next morning.

You can also store this oil in an empty Mascara bottle, if your have one. Be sure to clean it thoroughly before going to fill this mixture into the bottle.

And that’s it..! That how easy it is to prepare your own Eyebrow growth serum at home without paying huge bucks at the stores.

 

DO’s and DON’Ts to Regrow your Eyebrows after Threading

While you follow all these tips and natural ways to regrow your eyebrows, it is equally important to know what is and what isnt required to keep them healthy, thick and long. So, here are some of the do’s and don’ts that your have to consider if you want to regrow your eyebrows after threading gone wrong.

1. Do not over pluck your Eyebrows. Plucking stops your eyebrows to grow and after a certain time it really becomes hard to regrow your hair no matter what your try, as the hair follicles of your brows becomes weak and dead.

2. Stop using Eyebrow Makeup as much as you can. The chemicals present in your eyebrow fillers and makeup are not at all good to your eyebrows. If not cleaned properly after the end of the day, it may lead the eyebrow hair to fall out and never grow back.

3. Once in a while do a coconut oil massage to remove the dead skin, dry and flaky skin on your eyebrows. It helps to regrow your hair faster.

4. Try not to  over thread your eyebrows. Cut it to a maximum of once per 20 days.

5. Follow the above mentioned natural ways to regrow your hair naturally. As these are perfectly natural and cause no harm to use them daily, you can apply the treatment in the night before going to bed and wash them in the morning. Repeat until you see desired results.

 
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