Sunday, November 15, 2009

Beauty Solutions: How To Fix Overplucked Eyebrows

Went to town with the tweezers? Here’s your no hassle fix.

You Will Need:
A colored eyebrow pencil
A brow comb
Eye shadow
An angled makeup brush
Brow gel or hairspray
Castor oil (optional)
Minoxidil hair regrowth treatment (optional)
Cotton swabs (optional)

Step 1: Select a pencil and eye shadow
Select a pencil a shade lighter than your brows. If you eyebrows are very light, make the pencil a shade darker. Choose an eye shadow that matches your eyebrow color.

Step 2: Comb brows in place
Comb your brows in place with a brow comb. Look for thin and bare spots or uneven areas to fill in.

Step 3: Pencil in brows
Pencil in brows using short, feathery strokes. Work from the front of the eyebrow to the back using a light touch. Make sure the brows are symmetrical. Use a soft pencil for easier blending.

Step 4: Fill in with eye shadow
Use a damp, angled makeup brush dipped in eye shadow to blend color into the brows. Use a lighter shadow where brows are thickest and a darker shadow in thin spots.

Step 5: Set brows
Set brows in place with brow gel or a spritz of hairspray applied with your finger. Condition brows regularly with castor oil – a great, natural brow conditioner.

Step 6: Consider minoxidil
Consider using a minoxidil preparation for seriously over plucked areas, which will spur regrowth. Dab on with a cotton swab twice daily for up to four months.

Step 7: Don't tweeze
Hide your tweezers until your brows grow back!

Did You Know?
The function of eyebrows is to prevent sweat and debris from entering the eye.

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