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How to Stimulate Eyebrow Growth

Updated February 21, 2017

Underneath the skin, a person's eyebrows are bony ridges. The eyebrows we actually see are curves of short hairs that cover the ridges. Eyebrows have an important purpose; they prevent sweat from getting in our eyes. Grow more hair on your eyebrows by stimulating eyebrow growth.

Massage your eyebrows with castor oil every night before bed. This oil will stimulate the hair growth, according to Bvhairtalk.com. Castor oil is full of fatty acids that will lubricate, soften and moisturise the skin to encourage hair development.

Brush your eyebrows twice a day with an eyebrow brush. Just like brushing the hair on your head makes it grow faster, brushing your eyebrows will hasten the growth, according to The American Hair Loss Council. Brush the hairs, in the direction they grow, for approximately 2 minutes.

Eat a well-balanced diet every day with a focus on getting plenty of protein and vitamins A, C and E. Consider taking supplements to make sure you intake a sufficient amount of these vitamins. They are necessary for proper hair growth.

Make a paste of fenugreek herb, aloe vera and onion juice to stimulate eyebrow growth. Open a fenugreek capsule. Mix the ground seeds with a few drops of aloe vera gel and onion juice to make a paste. Apply this paste to your eyebrows nightly to encourage hair growth.

Use LiBrow Eyebrow Growth Stimulator. Use the brush that comes in the tube to apply it. Use this product one to two times a day to make the hairs grow back.

Warning

Don't pluck your eyebrows in an effort to shape them while you're trying to regrow them. Read and follow the directions on the LiBrow container to achieve the best results.

Things You'll Need

  • Castor oil
  • Eyebrow brush
  • Vitamins
  • Fenugreek capsules
  • Aloe vera gel
  • Onion juice
  • LiBrow
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Kayar Sprang has been a professional freelance writer and researcher since 1999. She has had articles published by clients like Kraft Foods, "Woman's Day" magazine and Mom Junction. Sprang specializes in subjects she has expertise in, including gardening and home improvement. She lives on and maintains a multi-acre farm.