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Better Not Younger features on "Grow The Latest Eyebrow Trend: Full and Natural", a beautiful mature woman with white silver hair styling her full natural brows with a growth brow serum.
Full, Natural Brows Are Still Big for 2022

For many of us, the thick, full brows that have been on trend for the past few years are wonderful. During the pandemic, we got to slow down our waxing and plucking routines and give our natural brow follicles a break. 

But for those of us who spent the ‘80s and ‘90s plucking our bold eyebrows into oblivion, this new eyebrow trend hasn't been easy. If you're dealing with lazy brow follicles from years of overplucking, there's good news! You don't have to accept living with sparse, thin brows. Today's eyebrow products provide both color-tinting and brow serums to visibly thicken and define brows with color while you wait for new growth. 

We've got the scoop on how you can grow full, big brows, along with the latest eyebrow trends for full, natural brows to help you give your look a polished update!

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Superpower Lash Growth Serum By Better Not Younger
How Do Eyebrow Serums Work?

Full brows with a graceful arch can accent your eyes in a way that nothing else can. Unfortunately, just as the hair on your head can become thinner over time, age-related hormonal changes can also decrease your eyebrow density. As a result, you may notice gaps and visible skin in areas of the brow bone where you’ve never before had problems.

On the other hand, maybe you’ve always had thin brows or made the mistake of over-plucking to create a shape. Regardless of the reason for your strand scarcity, eyebrow serums may help by creating the appearance of fuller, healthier brows. 

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How Long Does It Take for Eyelashes to Grow Back
How Long Does It Take for Eyelashes to Grow Back?

Lashes are often considered a universal sign of beauty. They may be associated with higher levels of confidence, attractiveness and well-being. Most of us desire long, thick, dark lashes that make our eyes "pop." However, beyond aesthetics, lashes are a crucial part of your lid margin anatomy (the edge of your eyelids). 

Your lashes provide a barrier between your eye's internal and external environment and are extremely sensitive to threats and irritants. Additionally, they act as sensors to trigger a blink reflex when a foreign object gets close to your eye, preventing injury and safeguarding your eyes from particles. 

Knowing this, we don’t want to be without our lashes for long. So, how long does it take for them to grow back? About six weeks if there was no damage to your eyelid or follicle; longer if you pulled out your eyelash.

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