It might as well be 2016, but Cara Delevingne brows are still alive and kicking. And we’re not just talking about the model’s very own pair — who these days doesn’t regret the extreme tweezing that went down in the mid-2000s and from which your brows have never fully recovered?
If you are wondering how to regrow your brows without looking like a hairy fool in-between, we might have the answer for you. Read ahead for the full mini-guide.
1. Put your tweezers away
Yes, you heard that right. And no, it’s also not as easy as it sounds. Who can find within themselves the will-power to leave those little hairs nearby your eyelid alone? Well, you will, if you realize that, once they are left alone, said little hairs will start growing closer to the main line of your eyebrow as well. Just let it be (for about six weeks).
2. A little shaping
After about six weeks, you are officially allowed to start shaping your brow a little bit. However, let’s not go too crazy here. Better have a professional remove excess hair growing clearly far away from your original shape. Do not touch the re-growth closer to your eyebrow, though. Do not do that.
3. The brow is back
After about 4 to 6 months, you will see that everything will settle by itself. The spotty, hairless areas of your eyebrows will start refilling slowly, and you’ll have to give them time. Patience is key, so yes, use your tweezers sometimes, but take it easy.