How can I get thick eyebrows?

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I am a guy and want thick eyebrows

How can I groom my eyebrows so that they are straight and thick?

Are there eyebrow implants?

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Try Castor Oil- you can buy it on Amazon and it is said to promote eyelash and eyebrow growth
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(Original post by Zoeannmcmillan)
Try Castor Oil- you can buy it on Amazon and it is said to promote eyelash and eyebrow growth
Oh that's helpful

Where did you read this?
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I did some research a while back when I accidentally plucked out a load of my own eyebrow! You just need to apply it nightly with an earbud and I found it really effective... make sure to wash the area in the morning though so it's not greasy. Here's a link to the one I used
http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B...?ie=UTF8&psc=1
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(Original post by Zoeannmcmillan)
I did some research a while back when I accidentally plucked out a load of my own eyebrow! You just need to apply it nightly with an earbud and I found it really effective... make sure to wash the area in the morning though so it's not greasy. Here's a link to the one I used
http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B...?ie=UTF8&psc=1
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For growing thick eyebrows try using almond oil and stop plucking and doing eyebrows that would result in an thick eyebrow growth.
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Castor Oil - I'm currently trying to thicken and grow my eyebrows so use this on my eyebrows every night. Haven't noticed any difference yet though, it's been a few weeks :confused:
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(Original post by Zoeannmcmillan)
I did some research a while back when I accidentally plucked out a load of my own eyebrow! You just need to apply it nightly with an earbud and I found it really effective... make sure to wash the area in the morning though so it's not greasy. Here's a link to the one I used
http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B...?ie=UTF8&psc=1
After how long did you notice that this method was working? I've been doing this for couple weeks haven't noticed much
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About a month or so, I also kept plucking them as it promotes new hairs! Also, massaging the area can help stimulate the follicles so maybe try that also!
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Ask Bogdan
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Be Asian
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You could try Vaseline?
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Rub Castor oil into eyebrows every night until you can see a difference in hair growth.
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Finally you can follow it :

1. For a natural look that does not appear drawn on, dip AN angulate brush -- it helps with preciseness -- in a very powder shade that closely matches your hair color (for superlight hair, you'll go one shade darker). Apply it over the prevailing hairs to higher outline brows, then still fill in any gaps within the form.
2. Highlight your work with a transparent brow gel or cream.
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