Dr Mikky Singh, dermatologist at Bodycraft, says, “Castor oil has been one of the oldest ways of growing thick eyelashes and eyebrows”. Before going to bed make sure you oil your eyebrows with castor oil mixed with coconut and almond oil. Gently massage your eyebrows for better results.
If you have scant eyebrows, Dr Mikky suggests you rub in some Minoxidil gel, which comes in the form of ointment, everyday to boost the growth of your eyebrows.
Do not forget to remove makeup from your brows before hitting the snooze button. Most eye pencils are wax-based so the formula easily stays on your brow hair and doesn't budge.
“In some instances, bad nutrition can also take a toll on the health of the eyebrows, hence it’s really important to maintain a healthy diet and drink lots of water to keep the eyebrows hydrated as well,” says Dr Mikky.
“Take vitamin and biotin supplement daily to boost the health of the eyebrows,” advises Dr Mikky. These supplements will also help in your overall well being.
Resist the urge to over pluck your brows. Whether you use tweezers or rely on threading, skip it for a while and let your eyebrow hair grow.