Over Plucked Your Eyebrows? This Is What You Should Do

If you’ve found yourself looking at your face in the bathroom mirror and thinking “Oh my god. I took it too far!”?
Well, you can put down the tweezers now, we’ve got you covered. 

Eyebrow Maintenance Rule #1 

Always give your eyebrows a resting period of 4-5 months between treatments. 

Eyebrow Maintenance Rule #2

There is such a thing as an eyebrow conditioner, and if you find yourself in need of its service, don’t be ashamed, it’s here to help you. 

Eyebrow Maintenance Rule #3

Need to stimulate growth? Use brow serums that contain peptides (look for it on the ingredient list). Peptides can help your eyebrows grow longer and thicker. 

The top three rules are easy to follow, and cover your main points of interest when it comes to eyebrow health (Yes, it’s also a thing). Now let’s move on to the next set of rules-

Eyebrow Maintenance Rule #4

Don’t pluck your eyebrows when you’re drunk. We’ve all been there, we’re all ashamed of it, now’s the time to stop. 

Eyebrow Maintenance Rule #5

Don’t listen to your aunt. Yes, she’s been working on her eyebrows for over 40 years but you know what Denise? You’re not the boss of me.

Now that we’ve got that all out of our system, here is the most important rule you must follow:

Eyebrow Maintenance Rule #6

If you’ve been blessed with easy-maintenance brows, we salute you. You are lucky and can probably just clean them up DIY style at home.

If you were not so lucky, go out and learn from a professional. Talk to them about the shape of the brow, how they complement your features, and ask as many questions as you can. They are there to help you. Don’t be ashamed to ask, and then spend the rest of your life planning your schedule around your stylists schedule. After a few times at the salon, you would get the hang of it and then you could just do it all at home.