You have thin and sparse eyebrows and want a little bit more fullness? There are some miracle workers out there, maybe you don’t know about…We tell you what to do if you are trying to get Cara’s look.



Oh no, you have over-tweezed your brows? Unfortunately, it can take eyebrows from six to eight weeks to grow out. Sometimes plucking and waxing eyebrows damages the hair follicle permanently, preventing the hair from ever growing back. Therefore you should try to abstain from tweezing for a while.



Conditioning your brows with vaseline or petroleum jelly encourages growth and helps your eyebrows stay more straight and firm. Take a small amount of vaseline and apply on and around your eyebrow area 2 times every day and leave overnight. In about a month you will see the first positive results.



You can also use castor oil to regrow your eyebrows. Conditioning the eyebrow area with castor oil will nourish the hair follicle and can help your eyebrows grow back faster.



Coconut oil is also great for skin and hair, and it can help protect those tiny strands from damage. Apply some coconut oil directly to your eyebrows and leave overnight for best results.



Onions are high on sulfur, and are known to increase blood circulation. Fresh onion juice, when applied on the eyebrows, will help stimulate new hair growth.



Foods that are rich in Biotin, Vitamin A, Vitamin C and Vitamin E are important for hair growth and make your eyebrows grow thick and fast.



Aloe vera juice stimulates hair growth, nourishes hair follicles and restores damage caused due to over plucking or waxing.



Stimulating the skin in the eyebrow area may help the hairs come through faster. Use a clean tooth brush and brush in a circular motion through your eyebrows to exfoliate and stimulate growth (you can also use a facial scrub). Don't scrub too hard! Using too much pressure may loosen the hairs that are still in place.