Over-plucked eyebrows?

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Renew – Eyebrow Revitalizer

Several months ago, I came across an article online, about a product ,”Renew-Eyebrow Revitalizer, advertised to help stimulate growth of over-plucked eyebrows.  I think many of us, at one time or another, have actually plucked a wee bit too much, especially when we were younger and we wanted to look cool.  Unfortunately as we get older, some areas just simply refuse to grow in!  The last time I had my eyebrows done, I just asked them to please clean them, for some reason they always tend to keep going, and they do end up looking good, however I don’t want them thin.  So I decided, no more getting my eyebrows done, I’m going for the bushy look!!

Well after reading the article, of course I went right to the search, and found the product on Amazon, it was $28.00, but I decided to order it, and give it a try.

I’ve been using it since February, twice a day, (ok, so I’ve forgotten a day here and there) and I’m still applying it. I haven’t plucked my eyebrows since then, just the strays that grow in.  I do find that they do seem a bit fuller, but I still have one area that is struggling to grow any in (yes, results of over plucking, when younger).  I still have a quarter left in the bottle, and I will continue to use it, until finished.  However, I do think, once I’m done, I’ll give “Olive Oil” a try.  Yes, a lady where I used to go to get my eyebrows threaded, told me to just apply Olive Oil to my eyebrows, to stimulate growth.  It’s less expensive, so it won’t hurt to try.

If you have used this product, I would love to know how it worked for you.  Of course this is just my opinion, I don’t regret purchasing it, because after all, we will buy anything and everything to look and feel better!!

Blessed day to all!!


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  1. Maylana says:

    I’ve never heard of the olive oil method, I must try that.

    • Jules says:

      I have very fine hair anyway but I have no eyebrows now due to over plucking when I was younger…I now pencil them which is quite time consuming. I will try olive oil but I’ve also heard that castor oil is good.

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