Oil– it could be olive, castor, coconut or almond oil – all these are exceptionally good natural nourishing product. Massage olive oil on your brows on a regular basis to make them fuller and thicker. These oils are enriched with Vitamin E that moisturizes and when applied regularly will add volume to eyebrows.
Vaseline-Apply Vaseline on and around your eyebrows twice or thrice a day. It will moisturize and condition the area, thereby, helping in thickening of your eyebrows. Rub some Vaseline onto your thinner spots or the whole brow at night to thicken them up a bit. If necessary you can add a bit in the day. Just make sure to wipe off any excess to avoid shine.
2. Artificial Method
Eye Pencils/Powder –You can use a powder to make your brows look lighter or darker, depending on your hair color, what you’re wearing and the thickness you’re going for. This set is a major splurge, but you get three shades, brushes and tweezers. Go one shade darker than your hair color. Use a brow shadow (like eye shadow, but for your brows) to fill in brows for a natural, soft look. Using an angled brush, apply the shadow on and right around your brows, without straying too far from your natural hair line. If you have any bigger spots that need filling in—like around a scar—use an eyebrow pencil instead. Apply in thin, light strokes in the same direction your hair grows, almost like you’re drawing in the hair, says Shten.
Conditioner or Hair Growth Products –Step away from the tweezers! If you’ve overdone it, it’s time to try a brow conditioner. This one contains all sorts of nourishing ingredients to help bring back the plucked hairs in a matter of weeks. There are a few options for this method: you can purchase and use a regular hair growth product (such as Rogaine), or you can use a brow-specific growth product. RapidBrow eyebrow enhancing serum and Ardell Brow and Lash growth accelerator are two popular options of brow-specific growth products.