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Secrets to Perfect Eyebrows

Your eyebrows are super important for looking wide awake and youthful.

So if you'd like the secrets to perfect eyebrows then keep reading.

One of the biggest self-confidence bashing parts of the chemotherapy I faced to beat breast cancer was losing my eyebrows!

Looks aren’t everything and indeed how attractive you are is as much (if not more) to do with your inner person BUT, there’s no skipping around the fact that certain things can knock your self-confidence.

So I had to be pretty creative with the old eyebrow pencil!

And I learnt a lot about what’s considered the ‘perfect’ eyebrow shape.

So if you've suffered from over-plucked brows or thinly-shaped brows or indeed a not so nice experience like mine then try these few simple tips:

How to Get The Perfect Eyebrow Shape

Your eyebrows consist of 3 major points- the start, arch and the tail. You NEVER to want a straight brow, an arch will help give the appearance of a lifted eye.

Always start your eyebrow to be lined from the side of your nose straight up on the same side of your face, any brow hair that exceeds should be tweezed.

The next point should be your arch, it should be diagonally lined to your nostril for the perfect shape.

The tail end of your brow should measure from the outer corner when lined with your nose.

If you've measured your brows, you can gently tweeze any excess hair once you've reached your desired shape.

Remember to only tweeze the strays one by one to avoid over-plucking!

How to Keep the Perfect Eyebrows all Day

There are plenty of brow powders, gels and pencils to help fill in your brows for a natural and defined shape. Chances are if you're planning a long day out, powders and pencils will feather and fade. Using a liquid formula pen style brow product will give the most natural effect on the eyes.

If you think you've accidentally applied too much product, you can take a clean mascara brush out the 'hair'.

How to Naturally Help Grow your Eyebrows

If you've spent years recklessly tweezing your eyebrows or faced chemo or something like me, chances are they've thinned considerably.

A good method to encourage re-growth is to massage a little bit of castor oil into your eyebrows.

Castor oil is rich in ricinoleic acid which is effective for use as a natural anti-bacterial and anti-fungal agent which can help new hair growth. The thick oil nourishes the hair and skin to deeply penetrate the follicle.

Simply dab a little oil on your eyebrows before going to bed each night.

There you have it! I love a perfected brow look, and it only takes a few seconds to master your brows.

Once your brows are done, you’ll notice how your face shape looks more flattering than before.

Looking bright-eyed and beautiful starts from within so no matter what, when you look in the mirror in the morning remember to tell yourself that YOU ARE AMAZING!

And I mean that ... because you are x

Talk soon,

Tracey x


Jean on September 13 2019 at 04:21PM

Hi Tracey, I really appreciate your eyebrow advice, I’m a new user of your products and so didn’t see this advice when you first published it. My eyebrows are barely visible now, I’m 73, they are mostly white, and I also wear glasses. I use an eyebrow pencil at the moment, and often spot stray white hairs poking up but can’t see where to pluck them from. I am now going to get my eyebrows professionally sorted, use some castor oil, and hopefully I will be more visible!

Eileen Screaton on September 13 2019 at 04:21PM

Hello Tracey
I started using your Products in May I ordered them and had them sent to my Daughter
has we live in Spain we went to England in may to see the family I found them perfect so i ordered another set to bring back with me I have had other creams but these are the best my skin is really soft and not bad for my age really pleased thank you

Linda Bruce on September 13 2019 at 04:21PM

Thanks for the tip about castor oil will be trying it out l pulled out some of my eyebrows after losing my daughter just a nervous hanit so they need sorted out spoils my face .

Ali Batho on September 13 2019 at 04:21PM

I have naturally very thin eyebrows. I tried castor oil which personally didn’t work for me so I tried some of the eyelash and eyebrow growth serums. I’ve paid top price to very little and have found the mid price range best. There’s a UK company who have one and they also don’t test on animals. PS looovvvvve your eye serum! After years of searching it’s the best I’ve found. I’ve had lots compliments that I look good for my age (45 – eek!)after many years of people saying how tired I looked. Thank you

Sandra Ferguson on September 13 2019 at 04:21PM

I am over 70 and Ineed all the help I can get and I love your productts. Thank you for being there

Amanda Bull on June 13 2019 at 04:01PM

After my chemotheropy I lost all my hair, my eyebrows never grew back. Was told once hair folicals are damaged they will not grow back no matter what you apply. Any ideas ?? xx

Rosie on September 22 2018 at 09:55AM

Your skin products are brillant. My skin feels so soft after using them. I will be definately buying more when they run out, plus they’re not tested on animals. My skin feels super soft plus I love the coconut smell.

Yvonne on August 06 2018 at 07:22AM

Hi Tracey, thanks for the advice on eye brows, I never new that about castor oil so I’m going to buy some. I’m 67 years old and over plucked my eye brows over the years but now I have them done professionally and what a difference it makes. I’m waiting for you skin care products to arrive which I’m really looking forward to using. I’d like to wish you all the best in the future with your health you sound an amazing person. Take care. Xx

Therese Queen on August 06 2018 at 07:22AM

Hi Tracy I was looking at ur products n they look fab I was thinking of getting the 1st pack but I was wondering y there isn’t a night cream or do u put the serum on at night? Xx

Asia raja on January 24 2020 at 07:14PM

Could you possibly do a drawing to show what you are writting to help understand clearly as i am a visual person

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