No Pluck

No pluck? Well folks, remember back in January when we talked about some proper New Year’s Resolutions? Well, one of 15741684868_76bd1f432d_othe statements was to not over pluck our eyebrows and as three months have passed by since, a reminder is in its place!

Regarding the plucking of your eyebrows it’s easy to be wise after the event has occured! We all know how it goes, you’re standing in front of the mirror with a tweezer and you begin with one stray of hair and just another one. And all of sudden you’re past the point of no return, and your eyebrows are a bit thinner and shorter than they were when you began. Believe us, we’ve all been there! And the annoying part is that the hair you don’t want always seem to be growing back and the ones you need back are the ones who don’t come back. So there you are with weird eyebrows and you’re trying not to freak out.

So the resolution to it? Well, there are great
serums out there for growing hair back. But except being expensive they often are a bit messy to deal with. So folks, the most natural way to do it is to let your eyebrows 4985927295_f7ecaf3ff2_zrest, and that’s why we think no pluck in April is a total go! Of course you can pluck the most crucial ones, but don’t mess with the shape of your eyebrows and most definitely not the length. By no time you’ll hopefully have the shape and more natural shaped eyebrows back!

And hey if you’re impatient and would like to try a serum but can’t afford it, some people use (wait for it!) coconut oil. Just apply some coconut oil on the eyebrows and leave it be. We wouldn’t say this is scientific, but hey if it doesn’t work your eyebrows will at least be moisturized (and who doesn’t want that, right…?!).

Folks? Simply put: No pluck eyebrows in April is a go!

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Beyoncé (Creative Commons) /Audrey Hepburn (Creative Commons)

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