Hey guys! I’ve been getting a lot of emails and requests about how I keep my eyebrows so on point, and I have to be honest, I have the BEST eyebrow lady to keep these babies in check! Lynette Nersisian, who owns Brows by Lynette, is seriously THE eyebrow guru. Check out some of her tips for getting your best eyebrows possible below!

From Lynette:

There are different eyebrow removal techniques, one of the most well-known methods that is becoming more famous lately is Eyebrow Threading. Of course, this is a technique used from the ancient times in Asia and Middle East.

It is considered the best method for sensitive skins. Threading doesn’t involve the use of any chemicals which might cause different types of skin harms. Furthermore, it doesn’t remove a layer of skin and stretches the eyelid that might cause different types of damages by overtime.

This method, not only does not cause any damage or irritation to the skin, but it also creates the perfect brow shape.

Threading is removing the hair by pulling it out. The process takes about 15-20 minutes. Hair is removed from the root and does not get cut in the process, so the hair doesn’t grow-back soon.

Threading lasts about It 3-4 weeks depending on the person’s hair type.

Great eyebrow method!

One of the best ways to help your eyebrow grow after getting over plucked, is using CASTOR OIL.

There are different other ingredients that you can add into the castor oil and make your own daily serum, such as, vitamin E, Almond Oil, Aloe Vera Oil.

The best ingredients are Castor oil and Vitamin E.

Mix ¼ vitamin E with ½ castor oil (organic is preferred) together
apply to brows with mascara brush or q-tip and scrub the area gently
leave on overnight and then wash it (keep on at least for 4-6 hours)
put this on every single day for at least for 3-4 months. You will start noticing the growth of the hair after a month.

Note: if your skin is very sensitive and you have allergies, first do a test patch on your arm with each ingredient.

Washing your brows!

When you are cleaning your makeup, make sure that you cleaned your filled brows perfectly. If brow a product stays on your skin overnight, it will close your skin pores which will cause your brow to fall!
While you are washing, make sure that you are not scrubbing your brows very hard that will cause you to lose your brows. Clean your brows gently and try to use cleansers that are oil free.

Keep your eyebrow area moisturized!

Make sure you use sunscreen, especially around eyebrows. And do not let those areas to get burned which will cause the skin to get dry. Dried skin gets pilled more often which will cause the eyebrows to fall. To avoid this, keep your skin moisturized. Do not forget that Castor oil can keep your brows more moisturized.

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