Millennial ladies were probably prone to overplucking their eyebrows during the ‘90s before thick brows came back in fashion. While they have now been popular for some time, many ladies might still be having problems growing enough hair after years of plucking.

Here are some things you can try to get rid of those annoying patches and have thicker, fuller eyebrows.

Rosemary oil

Rosemary oil is one of those magic products that helps stimulate hair growth, thanks to its antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and anti-microbial properties.

Cosmetic chemist Ginger King told Allure magazine: “An antioxidant is a must for all hair-care to preserve integrity; microcirculation will help to re-energise the scalp for better growth.”

Growth serum

There are a lot of products out there that are meant to stimulate hair growth, so it is worth giving them a go if you are conscious about your skinny brows.

When it comes to growth serum, look for Biomatoprost or two per cent or five per cent minoxidil, otherwise known as Rogaine.

Eat more iron

Having a well-balanced healthy diet can do wonders for your hair and nails, so make sure you’re having enough vitamins, omega-3 oil and iron.

If you do not eat red meat two or three times a week, it is worth getting an iron supplement. Cleveland Clinic also recommends eating plenty of fish and shellfish, or taking omega-3 if you are unable to.


Of course, sometimes you cannot grow those brows in stubborn areas, so unless you want to fill them in every day, it is worth booking in for microblading in Warwickshire. This provides a semi-permanent solution that looks completely natural and authentic.