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That eyebrow growing stuff, is it worth it?

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Hugsandkisses Sun 16-Jun-13 19:56:05

I have really thin eyebrows, hate them, they seem to grow in all the places that I am not bothered about, but not in the place I want them to grow.
Is it worth getting Revitabrow or Rapid brow? has it worked for anyone? does the hair grow on places where there is no existing hair?
Thank you.

70isaLimitNotaTarget Sun 16-Jun-13 20:17:14

I use Revitabrow (and Revitalash for eyelashes) I got a kit from QVC.

My eyebrows were fine when I was a teenager then I decided to get busy with tweezers .
I am 47 yo now and after using this since January, I have eyebrows again.

I think alot depends on how your eyebrows were before though. If you had brow hair before.
I've dyed mine (I didn't dare before, it would have emphasised how sparse they were) but they look lush.

I do need to have them sorted though. I don't want to risk my self butchering again. Might treat myself to a proper shape then I can carry on.

Give it a try. Even my eyelashes (which have always been useless look good now. But you need the eyelash one seperately)

Hugsandkisses Sun 16-Jun-13 20:33:39

Thanks 70isalimit my eyebrows have never been really thick, but they have been thicker than these poxy thin eyebrows I have now. I think the therapists who did my threading over the years got a bit excited with the thread, and now they are a nightmare to grow. Would the Rapidbrow do the same job? it's cheaper than Revitabrow.

Chicinwellies Sun 16-Jun-13 21:19:56

I've just finished a tube from the Powder Lounge and can safely say it did absolutely nothing whatsoever !

Hugsandkisses Sun 16-Jun-13 21:34:02

Oh dear chicin sad.

Hugsandkisses Mon 17-Jun-13 13:13:13

Well I have ordered Rapidbrow, can't wait to try it. smile

loflo Mon 17-Jun-13 23:07:17

I bought some and have seen a difference to my overly plucked brows grin

Hugsandkisses Tue 18-Jun-13 07:46:56

loflo that's really good, hopefully I will see a difference. smile.

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