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Video: Brow Hibernation: What Care For The Eyebrows In Winter?
Always the coronavirus pandemic in focus! It has imposed a plethora of more or less respectable rules and measures and it is the individual decision of each. If you take advantage of confinement to devote more time to your beauty, you have certainly tried the homemade black point mask or some trendy makeup methods such as Foxy Eyes for example or airbrush makeup. While your eyebrows, being an integral part of your look, deserve some attention, we would like to anchor your curiosity on the brow hibernation phenomenon, the latest in face care.
What is brow hibernation or why hibernate eyebrows?
When it gets progressively cooler the clothes are longer and warmer and we like to hide in bed with a book, for many of us this also secretly means that waxing can be put back in time. This is perfectly fine and there is nothing uncomfortable. In addition, given the restrictions and closed beauty salons, working from home and some seasonal inconveniences, beauty experts even recommend neglecting facial hair removal and more specifically eyebrow hair removal. As a result, a new trend of relaxed beauty invites itself to change your look. The brow hibernation, why not!
Let's generalize that eyebrow hibernation actually means leaving your eyebrows in peace so that they can regenerate and grow stronger for the summer months.
Try the hibernating brow for amazing brows
It turns out that hibernation of the eyebrows is a care that you need to give them periodically. However, what is often overlooked with them, even if it is obvious: the eyebrows are in fact normal hair that also needs moisture to look beautiful and fresh. Try a dry hair serum or mask that will hydrate your brows. Castor oil is also great if you put it on a cotton swab or brush and apply it carefully. Apart from the moisturizer, this homemade product will stimulate growth.
So, don't hesitate to take a break from tweezers, thread and other means of hair removal because brow hibernation is a trend.
Crossing the threshold of hesitation
It is true that winter is the best time of year to rejuvenate eyebrows for a magnificent result in summer. In the words of the expert, the "schoolboy forehead" is the best trend to try for a natural summer look. If you've been an advocate for thin eyebrows for a long time, and the thought of letting them grow fills you with dread, containment and the pandemic in general may encourage you to "free" your eyebrows.
When you were at home for a longer period of time, without contact and working from the computer, you stopped using the tweezers and using the makeup set. What did you notice in the mirror one day? Your youth! Well, there you have it, a way to rejuvenate naturally!
Going back to natural skin care without makeup and thicker eyebrows was one of the benefits of insulation. Now we feel much more confident to show off the natural, fuller forehead and not to panic when a single hair changes direction.
If in the 2000s we all thinned our eyebrows, today fashion is very different. Unlike the ultra-thin eyebrows we loved back then, the current trend is natural, even full eyebrows. The solution ? Hibernation.
Products and treatments recommended during hibernation
Starting with an eyebrow serum that will be part of your evening beauty routine. It will only take you a few more seconds and as a result you will have a thicker, denser eyebrow, good and fast regrowth, in short, a prettier line.
Also, 100% natural, we find castor oil. Known and recognized for its activity on the growth of hair and body hair (especially eyelashes), it can be used as a serum for our eyebrows. A small brush will be very practical to apply the product to the eyebrow every evening. And while doing so, don't hesitate to brush your lashes with it to help them achieve a beautiful length.
Homemade eyebrow mask
To concoct this second type of treatment, you will need a container, a tablespoon of honey, a teaspoon of castor oil and a teaspoon of coconut oil. Mix well to incorporate all the ingredients and apply liberally to your eyebrows using a flat brush. Leave on for 20 minutes, then rinse with lukewarm water. Take advantage of this eyebrow mask, once a week, for softer hair and faster growth.
To make up or not to make up? That's the question
In case you have decided to hibernate your eyebrows, two choices are possible.
First, go for the nature menu. For this, you can use the famous soap technique. Usually, it involves brushing your eyebrows with a brush and transparent soap. In addition to giving a dense appearance to the eyebrow, the soap technique will fix the hairs upwards. Natural, wild and sexy effect guaranteed!
As the downside can be messy growing hairs, you can apply concealer with a precise brush.
If, on the contrary, you do not appreciate having an eyebrow that is too natural and you prefer it more defined, continue to make up yourself thanks to the many products available to you.