Help me sort out my eyebrows please, they are permanently uneven and I'm sick of having to spend ages filling them in to make them match every day.

(5 Posts)
Lottapianos Tue 14-May-13 10:38:37

I have rubbish eyebrows as well OP and I am considering investing in the Rapid Brow serum. It's available from Boots and costs £37, so not exactly cheap, but it's had rave reviews on here and other other sites. I think it takes about 8 weeks to see a difference but it makes them much thicker so you can go back to the beginning with getting them threaded/waxed into a shape you like

You need hd brows. They are magical.

maman2012 Mon 13-May-13 21:54:18

Hi there
Where do you live?

Nope.

Either tattooing or draw them in. I draw mine in as they look less like marker pen then grin

WeAreEternal Mon 13-May-13 21:46:42

For years I went to the same beauty therapist.
She was really great at most things but apparently she only knew one shape in which to do eyebrows, and no matter how many time I suggested another style I ended up with the same shaped brows

Eventually I stopped going to her and went to someone else, who basically plucked my eyebrows to nothing in an attempt to reshape them, but all she did was make my eyebrows look weird and uneven. and as a result my eyebrows are now ruined.

I've not had them waxed or plucked in several months.
I've just done a tiny bit of threading, just on the stray hairs, but I've left the actual brows alone in the hope that they would grow back completely and then I could get them shaped properly.

Except it has now been nearly 5 months, and my eyebrows still look ridiculous.
The left brow is full on the inside with a defined arch the right brow is thin on the inside and curved with no arch.

Every day I have to use a brow pencil to fill in my right brow to make it full on the inside, hive it an arch and make it look more like the left brow.
It takes ages to get them even, longer than it takes to do the rest of my make up, and I'm so tired of it.

I'm seriously considering eyebrow tattooing. But is there anything else I can do?
I tried having my eyebrows tinted but it made no difference, and I don't see what a BT could do with it.

Has anyone else had this problem?

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