(Closed) Eyebrows

posted 5 years ago in Beauty
Post # 2
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Sugar bee

hollysmith92:  i use an eyebrow wax pencil to keep the hairs down or trim them. Idk exactly what stray hairs you are talking about. Do u have a picture? 

Post # 3
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 2013

hollysmith92:  Waxing causes the hair to grow make finer so it will still grow back but not more. 

I have really sparse eyebrows to I tweeze then DIY tint them with Just for Men and sometimes fill them in with powder. 

Eyebrows have been in for a while, careful not to get rid of too much hair!

Post # 4
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Worker bee

If you only have a few strays maybe you can try plucking them with tweezers. I prefer to get my eyebrows threaded…it is much better than getting them waxed. 

Post # 5
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: November 2014

I have never waxed my eyebrows. Mine have a good natural shape, and I just tweeze anything that doesn’t fall in line with the rest. If your eyebrows aren’t overly “bushy” and are shaped well, I don’t see the point in waxing. I am able to pluck strays once a week in about 30 seconds and be done. 

Post # 7
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: November 2014

I wouldn’t pluck that or wax it. That’s supposed to be the fullest part of your brow. Fill it in with a pencil.  I used to pluck mine too, and people would ask why my eyebrows were so short. Once I started filling that little bit in, it made a huge difference. 

Post # 8
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Busy bee

Trim it with a pair of small scissors until it’s the length you want it, then fill it in with a brow pencil and/or matte brown eyeshadow. I use a clean mascara wand to brush the hairs into a nice shape.

Post # 9
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Sugar bee

hollysmith92:  for that i wouldn’t do more than trim them down. You can try to get a brow pencil or powder and fill them in. I even have those but i have an eyebrow kit with the small scissors and i trim them and fill them in. I don’t need a lot to fill them in but it gives them a cleaner look and they still look natural. 

maybe something like this. You can go as light as you want but they are trimmed and filled.

  • This reply was modified 4 years, 7 months ago by  huskylove9999.
Post # 10
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Worker bee

don’t get them waxed, get them threaded! it’ll come out a lot better

Post # 11
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: July 2015

FutureMrsBex:  is right! Please don’t wax or pluck that part! Fill it in!! It’s supposed to be there and actually fuller. If you pluck it your eyebrows will look a mile apart. Also if you pluck or wax too much the hair will get finer as a PP said or stop growing in all together. It will definitely not grow back thicker. You may decide you like that spot being gone now but if you keep plucking or waxing it and realize in the future that you do want it there you might be very upset to find it wont grow back, this has happend to a bunch of my friends who overplucked in HS

Post # 13
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Bumble bee

my brows are super thick and no amount of waxing plucking or threading (my method of choice) will ever make them grow back slower or thinner or anything of the like. i dont use pencil or anything just get them threaded every 3 weeks or so and keep tweezers on me at all times.

Post # 14
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Bumble bee

 I have sparse eyebrows from the middle to the end,  I pluck the strays that grow underneath,  I fill in with maybelline eyebrow powder.

Post # 15
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Helper bee

hollysmith92:   threading is best way to go. It’s better than wax and natural

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