Over the past couple of years I’ve used a number of techniques and products that have made a huge thick false mink eyelashes wholesale in the appearance of my eyes and I’m pleased to be able to share what I’ve learned with you.Mblln
I’ve come to believe that full brows make a face look younger.
When we’re kids our eyebrows tend to be thicker. As women, especially if we’re girly girls, we begin to pluck sometime around the middle school years.
At age 13 I plucked my eyebrows so thin that it became fodder for conversation on the school bus. My friend Lisa told me one day that our friends noticed that my brows were getting thinner each day. They’d taken bets that soon there would be none left. I was the butt of jokes. When she told me this I began to re-think my obsession with thin brows…
There was a period wherein thick brows were all the rage. I let mine fill in, but time went by, the trend changed, and I began tweezing again.
A nicely shaped arch is a good thing. You just don’t want to overdo it. A too thin brow looks artificial and it also connotes an older lady look that I’d recommend avoiding even if you are an older lady.
If your brows are especially thin, consider letting them fill in and see how it changes your look for the better. A well defined brow is like a nice frame on a lovely painting.
WHAT IF YOUR BROWS DON’T GROW FULL NATURALLY?
Well, you’re in luck!
There are a number of ways you can fill them in, EVEN if they don’t grow on their own.
The way I’ve done it is with a product made for growing hair on the head called Minoxidil. They say that women should use the 2% solution, rather than the 5% solution made for men, which is stronger. However, a dermatologist told me it’s safe for women to use the 5% solution and I’ve been using it for years and nothing untoward has happened. No chest hair, no mustache, and no deepening of the voice, so I’m trusting that what the dermatologist said is true.
To apply the solution to the eyebrows, use the dropper that comes with the product and apply a few drops to a Q-tip or cotton swab and wipe onto the brow in the area where you’d like the hair to fill in. Do this daily.
I had one nice eyebrow and one that was scraggly, and I patiently applied the minoxidil daily for a couple of months. Eventually the scraggly brow filled in nicely. It DID take some time, though. I quickly noticed fine hair filling in, after only a few weeks, but it took at least 8 weeks to see the hair begin to thicken.
YOU CAN ALSO USE THIS TECHNIQUE TO EVEN OUT UNEVEN BROWS.
When you look at a photo of your face is it symmetrical? If so, lucky you! You’re probably gorgeous. Mine was not. One brow was significantly higher than the other which made my face look oddly uneven. I didn’t like this.
So, in addition to filling in my scraggly eyebrow, I also used the minoxidil to add hair where it had never actually grown. By doing this, I lifted my brow line.
This took much longer than 8 weeks, but it was worth the wait.
As the hair began slowly filling in higher on the eyebrow that was lower (which was the scraggly one) I began tweezing underneath that area as the area above filled in.
On the other brow, (the higher one) I tweezed a little bit off the top and used the minoxidil underneath that brow line to fill it in so that even though I was removing some of the top of the brow, it would fill in below to match the thickness of the other brow that I was working on. I kept this up until both brows were of equal thickness and the low brow filled in on top (making it higher) and the high brow readjusted to look lower.
The process took several months, but eventually, I had a whole new brow line. AND my brows were thick and almost even. They’re much more symmetrical now. This makes the entire face look better.
You can used Rogaine, which is a brand name version of minoxidil, or you can use the generic version sold in Target, Costco, or many drugstores. From my experience, the generic version works just as well as the brand name, but it’s much cheaper.
YOU WILL NEED TO TWEEZE AND/OR SHAVE the extra, fuzzy hairs that will inevitably appear around your new brows. The product will cause stray hairs to pop up.
Do pluck those strays to keep your brow line where you want it. Most beauty supply stores also sell brow shavers. They’re very inexpensive (about a dollar or so) and you can shave away the fuzz at the top and sides of the brow for a clean, defined look.
There are also many thick false mink eyelashes wholesale/brow enhancers that can achieve similar results to Minoxidil. If you’d rather not use Minoxidil, try one of the last/brow enhancers and use it the same way I’ve just described.
Speaking of thick false mink eyelashes wholesale enhancers, lets talk about LASHES.
Thick long thick false mink eyelashes wholesale will greatly enhance the look of your eyes. It makes them dramatic. It makes them POP, brightening your whole face.
What’s the best way to get them?
I’ve used LATISSE and I must say, the results are spectacular. My thick false mink eyelashes wholesale have been so long, that if I used mascara, they looked fake. And I LOVED it!! If you want this, I do recommend Latisse, it’s a product made by Allergan and it WORKS.
There are a few drawbacks to it though:
1. It’s very expensive. One tiny container at the dermatologists office costs over $100.00. (You can find it cheaper online, though.)
2. It can stain your eyelid and the area under your eyes.
3. It can discolor your iris, making it darker.
#3 Was not a problem for me, because I already have dark brown eyes. But if your eyes are light-colored, you should not use this product unless a medical professional prescribes it for you.
To mitigate #2 (the staining) after you apply it to the thick false mink eyelashes wholesale line with the brush that comes with the product, wipe off the excess on your eyelid with a cotton swab. Be sure to wipe under the lower lashes as well. You don’t wipe the product off where you’ve meant to apply it. You simply want to remove any excess that has dripped where it doesn’t need to be.
Also, be very sparing with this product. You don’t need a lot.
Another thing to know is that once your thick false mink eyelashes wholesale have come in full and long, you do not need to keep applying it each and every day. You can reduce the frequency of application to every other day or 3 to 4 times a week.
This will help the insanely expensive product last longer, but you’ll still be using enough to maintain the new thick false mink eyelashes wholesale.
NOW, here’s a tip for those who get hooked on LASTISSE, but don’t want to spend a fortune…
“Latisse” was accidentally discovered when users of another product that was prescribed for glaucoma reported longer thick false mink eyelashes wholesale. This product is called LUMIGAN. It’s also made by Allergan. The formula is exactly the same. It’s something called “Bimatoprost.” It even comes in an identical container in the exact same amount.
It’s HALF the price, though! If you order it, it does NOT come with the brushes that Latisse comes with. Having used Latisse for a couple of years, I have tons of those brushes left over, because they give you a supply meant to last a couple of months, but since I reduced the application to a few times a week, I never used them all.
If you don’t have the brushes, buy a thin eyeliner brush and use that. To avoid an eye infection, wash the brush frequently and let it dry completely before reusing it.
You can order LUMIGAN online. Though the product requires a prescription, some websites will have a medical questionnaire that will suffice.
I recommend that you only use LUMIGAN after you have already used Latisse under the guidance of a medical professional. But once you’ve done that and you understand how to use it, there is no reason to keep paying over a hundred dollars for the same formula you can buy for half the price.
If you don’t want to use either of these products, you can get fuller thick false mink eyelashes wholesale with some of the over the counter lash and brow serums. MARY KAY makes a nice one.
I used the Mary Kay for several months after going off Latisse and before discovering Lumigan.
The benefit of the Mary Kay serum is that there is NO STAINING. Another benefit is that your thick false mink eyelashes wholesale feel healthy and conditioned.
Unfortunately, in my experience, though I liked the Mary Kay product, it did NOT give me the ultra long lashes that Latisse and Lumigan create.
The Mary Kay serum does seem to keep the lashes from falling out frequently. So they will get thicker if you’ve never used any lash enhancer. But if you’re used to the length you get from Latisse, the serum will fall short.
The other thing you should know is that you can use Latisse and/or Lumigan to grow your eyebrows in more fully, too. Use the brush and paint on your brows where you want them to be thicker.
All the serums, including Mary Kay, say this as well– you can use them for thick false mink eyelashes wholesale and brows.
I have found that the minoxidil works better for me on the brows. And because it’s cheaper, I save the expensive formula for the lashes alone.
Don’t use the minoxidil on your lashes!
To my knowledge, it is not safe to get it in your eyes, so please do not try that!
With any of the products I’ve recommended, you should see a difference after a couple of months.
Thicker longer thick false mink eyelashes wholesale will make your eyes stand out and a thicker brow will frame the eyes, defining them nicely. The result is a more striking and more youthful look.
As always, I wish you good health and great beauty!
Toni Ann Johnson