Sparse or Overplucked Eyebrows
Sparse eyebrow treatment
You can also use products to help you achieve your dream brows. First up, you need a daily dose of Brow Maximiser. This eyebrow growth serum is enriched with 3D Brow Enhancers to improve volume and skin-friendly Lip-oligopeptide for maximum stimulation. It’s clinically proven to increase brow density by over 60% in just 4 weeks.
If you’re having real trouble regrowing your overplucked eyebrows, or you simply can’t wait to have a full, bold brow, microblading can be the perfect solution for instant results. A form of permanent makeup, microblading is the manual insertion of pigment into the skin to create ultra-fine lines that mimic natural eyebrow hair. Tailor-made to your face shape and boasting a natural finish, microblading could well be the answer to your overplucked eyebrow woes.
If your brows are very light as well as thin, tinting can be really helpful for giving the appearance of thickness. Every HD Brows Treatment uses a combination of styling and sophisticated tinting to get your brows looking luscious once more.
Need to fake it while you make it? Our retractable Browtec eyebrow pencil is perfect. Its firm texture makes it easy to control and apply, ensuring lines are clean and accurate. It’s the ideal pencil to create foolproof hair strokes.
If your brows are very light as well as thin, tinting can be really helpful for giving the appearance of thickness. In an HD Brows treatment, our tinting method picks up those fine and fluffy hairs you didn’t realise were there to instantly give the appearance of thickness.
Jamie Long, Lead Brow Stylist
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To begin with, visit your local HD Brows stylist – they will be on hand to help put you on your brow re-growth journey and get those thin brows more suited to you. Your stylist will be able to assess your brows and show you a range of our brow products, recommending which they think is the most suitable for you.Salon Finder
Sparse or over plucked brows FAQs
The short answer is: yes, usually. The long answer is that the time it takes to regrow overplucked eyebrows is entirely dependent on you, your age and your metabolism. If your hair on your head grows slowly, it’s most likely that your brows will too. As well as regrowth serums, your diet can also play a part in how quickly your hair grows; make sure you’re getting enough iron, keratin and vitamins C, D, and B6. However, if the follicles around your eyebrows are damaged – perhaps by scarring – regrowth may not be possible, and filling or microblading will provide a much better solution.
Many of us have been victims of overplucking for fashion, but we can also sometimes overpluck by accident. Plucking using a magnified mirror can prevent us from seeing the overall picture while we tweeze, causing us to go too far up into the brow. Use a large mirror that allows you to see your whole face and only pluck strays that lie beyond the arch of your brow.
Thinning brows can be fixed over time with a careful regrowth plan. Ban the tweezers entirely for at least eight weeks to achieve maximum regrowth and use a stimulating serum to encourage your eyebrows to grow longer and stronger. Make sure your diet includes all the nutrients your body needs to encourage hair growth or take supplements to boost your brows even more.
Absolutely! An HD Brows technician will tell you exactly what brow shape is best suited to your features and can use a combination of filling, styling and tinting to get your existing brows into a much fuller and healthier shape. It’s not a good idea to attempt shaping on your own, as you could end up just overplucking your brows all over again. You can fill at home but leave the shaping to the professionals.
If you’ve started to notice that your hair is becoming suddenly and unusually thin, it could be down to a problem with your thyroid. Other symptoms can include tiredness, feeling cold, weight gain, dry skin, weakness, aches, a hoarse voice and memory problems. If you’re experiencing any of these symptoms, it’s a good idea to visit your doctor as treatments for thyroid disorder should stimulate hair growth again over time.