So You Over-Tweezed Your Eyebrows. Now What?
Step away from the magnifying mirror. It happened. It’s over. It’s done. You’ve gone too far with the tweezers, and now you have to live with the consequences, right? Wrong. Today, there are options for the tweezer-happy that can remedy nearly any misadventure in brow shaping.
From how to minimize the damage right away to the long-term plan for regrowth, keep scrolling to get your brows back on track!
Now for the long-term solution: regrowth. Stimulate growth by giving your brows a facial. A little exfoliation and massage (yes, a brow massage) will boost blood flow, which promotes cell regeneration. Our favorite way to exfoliate our brows? With a toothbrush.
Simply leaving them alone is one of the more obvious keys to regrowing your brows. Once you realize you’ve gone too far, put the tweezers down—trying to fix the issue by removing more will only make it worse. But once they start to grow back in, there is a way to keep them looking clean. There’s no reason you can’t tweeze the hairs that are clearly outside of your desired brow shape. So if you can’t go totally tweezer-less, just try to regrow in rows. Let the hairs that are closest to your brows grow in first, and remove the ones that aren’t in line. Once those grow in, you can move outward, further away from your eyebrow.
Have you ever gone too far? Tell us what you did to remedy your over-tweezed eyebrows!