12 Ways To Get Naturally Thick Eyebrows (No Sharpies Needed!)

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Thin or non-existent eyebrows can hide the natural beauty of a woman. Don’t believe it? We have two words for you: Frieda Kahlo. Natural eyebrows accentuate the eyes and cheekbones. Although some women prefer to pluck their brows to the thinness of a pencil line, most women prefer naturally thick eyebrows plucked to their perfect shape.

You might see some models still sporting those thin, sharpie enhanced eyebrows, but thick eyebrows are back in fashion. Audrey Hepburn, Jennifer Connelly, and Elizabeth Taylor are all perfect examples of women who knew how to sport naturally, thick eyebrows, which kept them looking young and beautiful for many, many years.

Want to regrow your own natural eyebrows thicker and more quickly than you imagined possible? We have 12 great ways that you can do exactly that! Keep reading for simple, natural ways to get those gorgeous thick eyebrows and put those sharpies back in the office where they belong.


1.  Fenugreek Seeds

Fenugreek seeds are rich in protein, nicotinic acid, and lecithin, which stimulate hair growth. Fenugreek seeds also help to rebuild hair follicles that often get damaged from excessive plucking. To use this method, soak one teaspoon of fenugreek seeds in some water for at least five hours, preferably overnight. Strain and then grind the soaked seeds into a thick paste. Mix in just a touch of coconut or almond oil and apply the paste to the eyebrow area just before bed. Leave this mixture on overnight, then rinse off in the morning with warm water. Repeat three times each week and you should see results in about two months.


2. Castor Oil

Castor oil is a very old folk remedy that has been proven to regrow hair, including eyebrows. Castor oil is inexpensive and can be found in almost every grocery store or pharmacy. Simply dip your fingertip in castor oil and apply it directly to your eyebrow area each night before bed. Leave the oil on overnight and wash it off each morning. You should see results in about three or four weeks.


3. Egg Yolk

Our eyebrow hair is made up of keratin protein. By adding more protein to the eyebrow area, you can strengthen the existing hair and stimulate the growth of more hair. Egg yolk is a terrific source of protein, which will improve the health of your eyebrow hair. Separate the yolk and white from one egg. Beat the yolk until it is thick and creamy. Dip a cotton swab into the yolk and apply it over the eyebrow area. Leave this on for 20 to 30 minutes, and then rinse off with warm water. Repeat two or three times each week for best results.

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