Seriously, don’t even think about it. It can be tempting to pluck those stray little wispy hairs at the end of your brow or the ones that seem to be growing in any direction they please, but resist the urge and leave them well alone. If you’ve overplucked your eyebrows or want to change their shape you need to have lots of hair to work with. Your therapist will know better than you which ones can stay and which ones need to go so leave them well alone and let them do their thing.
Growing out your eyebrows ahead of salons reopening? Here are 3 things that will help
We’ve let our unruly brows run riot in lockdown, so an eyebrow shape is top of the list when salons reopen – there’s not long to go. Some of us have taken matters into our own hands, getting pretty good at shaping our brows (or doing just enough to keep the monobrow at bay).
With just over a month to go now is the perfect time to put down the tweezers, leave the wax strips to one side and let those brows grow. A grown-out brow will give your therapist lots to work with and help you achieve a new shape more easily.
Here are three things to bear in mind as you grow out your eyebrows.
WRITTEN BY Louise Carleton