Just lost my eyebrows. Any suggestions to help them grow back or to draw them on?

Hello everyone! I have au and I recently lost my eyebrows. I was using women rogaine but recently it stop working. Do any one knows how to draw eye brows that look semi natural? I'm not the most creative/arty person lol. Thanks!

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Comment by michelle on April 20, 2014 at 10:34pm

My suggestion is to go to your local cosmetic counter.  Any cosmetician will be happy to help you out!  I have tried many brands of eyebrow pencils.  Stila makes a liquid eyebrow liner.  It is long lasting.  I know some on this site use stencils.  I do prefer this method....at least until I am ready for tattoos.

Comment by OneBaldMother on April 21, 2014 at 5:37pm

I found the videos on this blog to be of great help:

http://eyelineher.blogspot.com/search/label/eyebrows

Comment by Joanne Washington on April 22, 2014 at 4:22am

Hello, Sabrina find someone in your area that can tatoo your eyebrows.  As if they can use the feather technique, it looks more natural

Comment by fijifrangipani on April 22, 2014 at 4:37am

Paula Dork (american cosmetic co) does a powder and a stencil, the box of stencils has about 4 or 5 stencils in it of varying thicknesses, you place on your skin and use the applicator to apply powder, when you remove the stencil you have nicely shaped eyebrows. The powder comes in different colours to suit diff skin types. A powder is very natural as it is light and not the harsh lines you can get from pencils. It takes a few goes to get the stencil in the right place but I used this for many years and was happy. Powder looks most natural but is easiest to wipe off or may need touch up during the day.

Body Shop do a good range of eyebrow pencils, the advantage of eyebrow pencils is they come in a good range of colours again, last longer, but can look a little more obvious and go hard after a while making it harder to use or get a more natural look.

My current favourite is a Mac product that it a wind out eyebrow pencil. The shade is exactly perfect for my skin tone, it never needs sharpening, and you can get a good, reasonably long lasting and reasonably natural look. They are easy to carry, I have a ton of them, in my purse, in my toilet bag, etc so can always do a touch up. I personally wouldnt get a tattoo as I dont find it a bother with my pencil, and rather do that every day than get a look I hate, or have my eyebrows grow back and not line up with tattooos.. there are some good products around, just keep looking till you find what suits you.

Comment by Vicki on April 22, 2014 at 6:48am
Hi Sabrina, my daughter had her eyebrows tattooed on about five years ago using the feather technique. They still look great.
Comment by Aimee on April 22, 2014 at 10:46am

Vicki, I'm jealous the eyebrows have lasted five years! I have to get mine touched up every single year...maybe because I'm so fair? The first time I got them tattooed, the lady did an awful job, so I'm glad they faded! But now that I've found a great aethetician, I want them to just stay on for longer than a year!

Comment by Sabrina on April 22, 2014 at 12:07pm
Thank you everyone for your input. I totally appreciate it. I think im not ready yet to get them tattooed on ..kinda scary.
Comment by Tallgirl on April 23, 2014 at 11:38pm

Eyebrow powder doesn't melt. I use Clinique.

Comment by dianna on April 24, 2014 at 8:22pm

my friend lost her eyebrow and she use pencil

Comment by Spenser on April 26, 2014 at 5:44pm

I second this resource: http://eyelineher.blogspot.com/search/label/eyebrows

Customer service from Bald Girls Do Lunch MakeUp shop for Brow Sealer and other items is fantastic.

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