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

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7. Olive Oil

Olive oil is not only good for your skin, but it is good for your eyebrows as well! Olive oil is rich in vitamin E, which helps your hair grow thicker and faster, as well as keeping your eyebrow hair full of color, which is good news for older ladies who find they are growing more white or grey eyebrow hair! You can massage your eyebrow area with olive oil for about five minutes each night before bed. Another method you can try is to mix half a teaspoon of olive oil with a few drops of raw, organic honey. You can also massage this mixture into your eyebrow area each night before bed and leave it on overnight. Wash it off with a gentle cleanser in the morning.

 

8. Aloe Vera

This is another substance that is good for the skin and will stimulate hair growth. Aloe vera gel will give your eyebrows a nice shine when used regularly.  The gel from aloe vera leaves will improve hair growth and nourish the hair follicles. This can also restore and repair the damage caused by excessive waxing or plucking. Rub some fresh aloe vera juice on the eyebrow area each night and leave it on overnight. You can wash it off in the morning with a gentle cleanser.

 

9.  Lemon

Lemon is rich in vitamins C and B, folic acid and other nutrients that are vital to growing thicker eyebrows.  Slice a fresh, organic lemon and rub it over your eyebrow area. Allow the juice to penetrate the area for 20 to 30 minutes, then rinse off the area with warm water. Be careful not to get any of the juice in your eyes. Repeat this once each day and you should see results in about three to four weeks. It’s important to note that if you decide to use this method, you should avoid direct sunlight for at least two hours after this application, unless you would like lighter colored eyebrows!

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