My eyebrows have virtually fallen out. Not just the outer 1/3. I have some hairs but most are either not where I want them or they’ve got a mind of their own & stick straight out. I’m using the eyebrow pencil/powder by Anastasia. Any suggestions on regrowth? And what about the unruly ones? Pluck?

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10 Answers

  1. Capehart wrote on :

    This is a great question and it is more common than not. I find that what works best is to stimulate growth by exfoliating. Sounds crazy but you can use an exfoliating scrub on your eyebrow to stimulate the skin in the area causing hair regrowth.
    Next, I would use a brow serum of some sorts. Try seeing a doctor to get a prescription because buying the ones from drugstores are often useless and too generic to work. Also, make sure you are taking vitamins I would even suggest prenatal vitamins or eating lots of fish and greens to boost that hair growth even more!

  2. Daphne Nassif wrote on :

    Please don’t ever pluck! Latisse is great..you just have to be disciplined and apply it, and also patient, it does take a few months.. Meanwhile , Anastasia makes a liquid tint for brows that helps the unruly hairs stay put. Hope this helps.

  3. Avongirl wrote on :

    I would suggest going to a dermatologist or a hair salon that specializes in hair loss and adding hair pieces etc. Or maybe an endocrinologist bc it could be hormaonal maybe?

  4. JunieB wrote on :

    I wouldn’t pluck any hairs out, can you tame them back into place with some eyebrow wax? Neu lash are known for their great OTC product for eyelash regrowth & they have a new product just for eyebrow regrowth. It’s a little pricey but worth it !

  5. traceybrown wrote on :

    Hi there

    I agree with the other gurus–a growth serum is a great choice.

    As a makeup choice, I love Laura Geller Brow Tint. It has fibers and color so it adds a bit of “filler” to your brows in addition to color. It’s in a mascara tube and easy to apply. It also has 2 sides, with the other end being a gel that helps set the product and tame unruly hairs.

  6. Cubie131 wrote on :

    I personally have had a missing chunk of eye brow that I filled in for a long time. I now have gorgeous brows. I found a product called Billion Dollar Brows that does stimulate growth. It costs $25 for a mascara sized tube and lasts for several months. I also go to an esthetician who shapes and tints my brows. if you have light hairs in the brow area, the tint gives the appearance of more brow. you might not even know you have these hairs-I didn’t. Let the expert decide on what to do with the badly behaving hairs-if they should stay or go. it took me about six months, but my brows now look great-good luck with yours!

    • knwhnr wrote on :

      I’ll look into the Billion Dollar Brows – sounds great! Thanks!

  7. Maria Comfort wrote on :

    One of my clients had this problem and I suggested to her that she try Revitalash or if she could get a prescription, Latisse. She used the Revitalash on both her eyelashes and eyebrows and within three months had success in both areas.
    In the meantime, it is good to thoroughly clean out the pores when cleansing your skin. Be sure to use a washcloth to remove all the makeup from your brow area so that you don’t clog your pores.
    Good Luck.
    Maria Comfort

    • knwhnr wrote on :

      Thanks Maria. I did try Latisse (generic) but it didn’t seem to make more hair grow – it might have made what hairs I had grow longer! And I actually had better lash length with RevitaLash. I considered rogaine on my brows but wasn’t sure that was the right route to take.

    • Maria Comfort wrote on :

      Those Billion Dollar Brows sound like a good alternative. I agree with Junie, don’t pluck, coax. Don’t forget to use a washcloth to unclog those pores. This helps a lot.

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