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How To Get Thick Natural Eyebrows

Updated on February 17, 2016

If you are a fashion freak, especially when it comes to eyebrows, you must be aware of the latest trends going on nowadays. Denver eyebrow threading is exclusively offering its threading and waxing services for giving you thick and bold eyebrows that are the hot cake nowadays. Thick, bold and well-shaped eyebrows are all set to enhance your face features and overall look. So, if you have light or sparse and thin eyebrows, Denver eyebrow threading offers you to get your eyebrow in perfect bold shape. Keep in mind that for having thick and bold eyebrows, you must be having thick and healthy eyebrow hair. In this post, we would be discussing this latest eyebrow trend and some secrets ways to grow eyebrow hair in a natural way.

Many women encounter the problem of too thin eyebrow hair because of various reasons like over threading, waxing, aging, medical problems and nutritional deficiencies. Denver eyebrow threading not only gives you incredibly cheap and high quality eyebrow shaping services, but also valuable advices about maintenance of your brows through a number of natural ways. Following are some of the natural remedies to have bold and thick eyebrows.

Castor oil

Castor oil is probably the most effective way to accelerate the growth of eyebrow hair. Castor oil is filled with vitamins, proteins, antioxidants and fatty acids, which are incredibly helpful for the nourishment of hair follicles, and hence lead to faster hair growth. In addition, it also resists against the harmful microorganisms that can obstruct the hair growth. Just soak the cotton swab gently in castor oil and place it on eyebrows. With fingers, gently massage for 2-3 minutes. Do it before sleeping and wash the eyebrows in the morning with mild water. For those having allergy or irritation, they are advised to consult their doctor first to adopt this remedy.

Coconut oil

Eyebrow threading Denver services are backed by natural remedies, like use of coconut oil. The nutrients in coconut like such as vitamin E, proteins and iron enhance healthy hair growth. Coconut oil is also helpful in making eyebrows darker. Just apply it like the method mentioned for castor oil and continue it for few weeks on a regular basis to get the desired result sooner.

Onion juice

Customers at Denver eyebrow threading get amazed when they are advised to use onion juice for faster eyebrow hair growth. Onion juice contains sulfur that enhances faster and denser hair growth. It is also good for making hair follicle strong. Get the extract of ground onion in a blender and use the same process like castor oil, for application.


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