If I've overtweezed my brows, is there any way I can get them to grow back? Meanwhile, what can I do to fix the problem?
First, lock up your tweezers for four to six weeks -- at least. Don't pluck one hair if you're serious about regrowing and reshaping your brows. In the meantime, find a great brow powder so you can fill in the blank spots. If you've overplucked dramatically (to the point where there's hardly any visible brow), filling in with a powder makes it easier to create a more subtle, natural-looking brow.
I love Anastasia Brow Powder Duo (sephora.com) because it has two shades (one slightly lighter, one darker than your natural brow color) that combine for the perfect effect. Plus it won't smudge or streak once you brush it on. VIDEO: How To Get Perfect Brows
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