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... Yes I've heard about how eyelashes can not grow back if way too many are pulled out or the hair follicles are traumatized. ... (13 replies)
... I learned the hard way and wish some one told me but NO they don't always grow back. The older you get the less likely it is that they will. ... (13 replies)
... months ago I plucked to much hair off my eyebrow and have been waiting for it to grow back but it hasnt filled in yet. Will it grow back or do some hairs never grow back again once they are plucked? ... (13 replies)

... I was wondering if anyone has used a product called Talika eyebrow lipocils to help eyebrows grow quicker? ... (13 replies)
... I have the Talika eyebrow and I think it does accelerate the growth, but that is the only eyebrow one I have tried. ... (13 replies)
... After over 2 months I can finally see some hairs growing out of the little patch of my eyebrow that I want to fill in but they are very tiny and there are only like five of them. Does this mean that the follicle is not damaged? ... (13 replies)
... It's only true for eyebrow and eyelash hair. These seem to be different than hair anywhere else and it also grows much more slowly. ... (13 replies)
Eyebrow trimming
May 11, 2002
... Hi. Where do I go for a professional eyebrow trimming? ... (3 replies)
... ows waxed from this one lady she is very nice and everything. Well last time i went to her i noticed it looked like she messed up and overplucked or waxed on one eyebrow cause in one spot there is no hair. ... (7 replies)
... Sort of off topic, but is there a reason the hairs dont grow back? ... (5 replies)
Eyebrow help...
Nov 8, 2004
... brows experts to the stars all say that you should have them shaved by a pro. Shaving will give you a more sculptured brow and with waxing the hair folicle grows back weak so if you accidently wax a crucial piece of hair chances are it won't grow back the same thickness or length, in time your brows become retard. ... (5 replies)
... i personally do not care for that look as it can look terrible on some people. i did it myself and i saw pictures later in which i looked like a clown. ... (13 replies)
... direction. I guess some damage happened to them from previous plucking. I don't want to pluck them but at the same time the mess up my look. I don't know what to do ? ... (6 replies)
... Years ago my mother plucked quite a few of her eyebrows, and they actually never fully came back. Hopefully yours grow back in just fine. I do not think there is anything you can do to make them look better while they grow in, perhaps use a eyebrow brush and trim them until the others grow in? ... (6 replies)
Eyebrows
Apr 14, 2008
... Unfortunatly, when young girls start tweezing, the hair that is pulled out at that age may not grow back. You probably want to go get an eyebrow shaping at a professional. You may need to even cut a few of your hairs. But do not do this at home if you don't know what you are doing!!! ... (3 replies)
... Just out of curiosity, why do you do that? ... (10 replies)
... is it true that a person's eyebrows will not grow back if they get shaven off completely? ... (10 replies)
Waxing Brows
Jul 10, 2006
... you can go sooner but it's been my experience that the more hair that is already there, the better the beautician can define a good eyebrow line. ... (2 replies)
... ncy so clearly it should last a long time. I use it twice a day on both areas and can't even tell any product is gone. The key is to take the brush and work it back and forth into the root area....very hard to do with eyelases. The instructions don't say to do this though...it says just apply like mascara. ... (5 replies)
Make up on Males
Jan 21, 2003
... Are your individual eyelash hairs dark colored all the way to the tip, or do they become lighter in color close to the tip? ... (34 replies)




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