Help – Face laser zapped eyebrows :(

posted 2 years ago in Beauty
Post # 2
306 posts
Helper bee

Can this possibly be hidden with makeup?! Like a good brow powder/brush? Can you post a picture of just your eyebrows/forehead so we can get a sense of what you’re dealing with? Just by the way, two months is a lot of time. Over about 2 1/2 months I grew out my fairly thinly plucked eyebrows to back to what they used to be. I would just be super careful about plucking any new growth – pencil in your brows until they are back to full strength 😉

Post # 4
435 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: November 2014

I think you could probably pencil it in and no one will notice. I do think you should get a refund!

Post # 5
587 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: September 2015

MrsMY:  If it bother’s you I would do as PP suggested and use makeup. I use makeup on my brows pretty much daily otherwise they are super thin, barely noticeable (from years of over-plucking as a teen unfortunately). They should grow within that time but if they are still a little sparse little makeup to fill them in would be barely noticeable, just enhance the short hairs already partially grown in! 

Post # 7
2455 posts
Buzzing bee

MrsMY:  I think they’ll grow back by then. I once singed off half my eyelashes on one eye and they grew back in a couple weeks. Just remember how often you have to tweeze! They grow fast lol


ETA: Sorry, I don’t have any experience with laser treatments and I realize now that the effects may last a little longer than normal. FWIW I put coconut oil on my eyelashes at night to help them grow faster and it seems to work. Maybe it’ll work for your eyebrows in that spot?

  • This reply was modified 2 years, 1 month ago by  MrsKriegerson.
Post # 8
129 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: Secret's St. James, Montego Bay, Jamaica

I know that even when I have over-tweezed the hell out of my brows they have always grown back.  Don’t know if it works the exact same with the laser treatments, but I imagine that it would.  They should grow back I think, it’s just hard to say how long it will take.  If I were you I’d start looking into some decent eyebrow pencils/powders/gels now, just so that you can be prepared if they don’t fully grow back in time. 

Post # 9
2182 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: November 2013

One session shouldn’t really do that much damage and it should grow back in a two month period. Meanwhile pencil it in!

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