How to grow naturally fuller eyebrows

February 27, 2021

How to
grow naturally fuller

Learn the beauty secrets that can help you get flattering, feathery brows easily


Whether you want to frame your face or just have some little gaps of hair you’ll like to fill in, thicker, fuller eyebrows are on the top of most people’s wish lists. But did you know it’s possible to grow your hairs without a handful of beauty products? Read on to discover our top tips on how to get perfect eyebrows naturally.

Nourish the hairs at night

Keeping the hair follicles of your brows nourished will promote hair growth, so use rich, fatty oils such as castor oil, coconut oil and jojoba oil to create a barrier to lock in moisture at night. Apply a small amount with your finger or a cotton bud before you go to sleep, taking care to avoid getting any in your eyes. Keep it on overnight and then rinse off in the morning. Overnight brows will be shiner, healthier and fuller.

Use enriched products during the day

There’s a high chance you fill your brows in during the day with makeup. If you do, be sure to pick a multifunctional product, so that you can help to stimulate hair growth as well as fill in sparse patches. The Arch Realist Brow Defining Pencil is a perfect choice because it’s enriched with shea butter, jojoba oil and vitamin E. It will strengthen and condition your eyebrow hairs whilst also helping to keep them perfectly groomed.

Avoid overplucking

Eyebrows grow in a three to four month cycle, so if you’re trying to get bushier brows you should avoid plucking, waxing or any other type of grooming until at least 12 weeks have passed. It might be tempting if you see a rogue hair or two but hold off, as more hairs start to grow they’ll blend in nicely and create a natural, feathered effect.

Brush your brows

Grooming your brow daily with a spoolie brush can help to stimulate hair growth in the right direction. Brush gently and slowly each evening and it will quickly become your new favourite relaxing beauty ritual.

Eat healthily

Adding walnuts, mangoes, dark leafy greens and sweet potatoes to your daily diet will help with hydration and blood circulation, which are both big factors in hair growth. You can also try adding things like marine proteins, biotin and vitamin B supplements into your morning meals to support your amino acids and boost your keratin production.