If you want change your look for 2018 and rejuvenate your face, no need to be drastic – just go highbrow, naturally. Nothing transforms the face faster than perfect, full eyebrows. Regular plucking weakens roots and women over 50 can start to lose their brows altogether. The good news is, according to Linda Collins, who trained with Deluxe Brows it’s possible to regrow your eyebrows naturally and very effectively using simple, natural methods. So if you are purifying yourself and detoxing this January, you can simultaneously start growing lusher eyebrows without the trace of a chemical. It takes perseverance and up to three months to gain optimum results but incorporating some very quick and easy eyebrow maintenance into your daily routine will definitely yield results. Here are Linda’s tips:
Coconut oil has long been known to boost hair growth and it will also stimulate the roots of your brows naturally, giving brows that have lost their regenerative power a boost. Apply a small portion to your brow every night, smoothing it in three or four times, and you will see some amazing results within three months.
Massaging helps too and if you massage them daily with a mixture of castor and olive oil, you’ll increase blood circulation and create denser, more beautiful eyebrows.
Eating foods rich in vitamin B and D will increase the growth of your eyelashes and brows and protect them from the distresses of your everyday makeup routine and any other chemical-based products you’re using. Your January detox will actually be contributing to brow growth.
The proteins in milk will nourish your eyebrows and help older, weaker roots regenerate at a faster pace. Before going to bed, apply some milk with a cotton ball on your eyebrows, and within three to four months you will see enormous changes.
Petroleum jelly is one of the most effective ways to keep your brows thick, bold and firm. Apply a small quantity 3-4 times every day and enjoy the positive results within three months.