How to Make Eyebrows Grow Faster

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Growing your eyebrows faster involves applying small amounts of petroleum jelly to each brow, wiping off the excess and shaping as usual with a brow shaping brush. Encourage faster growth of eyebrow hairs with help from a licensed cosmetologist in this free video on beauty.

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Hi, I'm Bryan Moss, and I'm a professional hair and makeup artist. I'm here to tell you how to make your eyebrows grow faster. For this, the materials you will need are petroleum jelly, Q- tips, and an eyebrow shaping brush. First off, you can use vasodilators, which will help to increase the blood flow to your hair follicle, and will also help to open up your follicle and stop the sebum, which will clog it up and sometimes cause the hair to get stuck and not grow, or just prevent growth in general. Secondly, you can use petroleum jelly, which is a home remedy. Oftentimes, people lose eyelashes and eyebrows everyday, grow them back every single day. Basically, it's due to dry and brittle lashes. Basically, if you seal with petroleum jelly, if you seal the follicle, you will keep moisture there and cause less breakage. Now, what you're going to want to do is take a Q-tip with a little bit of petroleum jelly and just rub it, saturate each strand. And you kind of excess, you're not going to want petroleum jelly gobs all over your eyelashes or eyebrows. So, any remaining you're going to want to wipe off. Make sure you use your eyebrow shaping brush and tame those bad boys. Basically, you're done. Let it sit, it'll keep your eyebrows moist and healthy all day. Also, you just want to eat healthy and have a good diet, and just make sure your overall body health is good, then you'll not have to worry about any hair loss other than genetic. Thank you very much. It's been Bryan Moss. This is how you help your eyebrows grow faster.

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