Thick eyebrows have always been in demand. Thick, well-shaped eyebrows can enhance your look, while thin and sparse eyebrows can make you look older and dull.
Many people these days end up with eyebrows that are too thin because of over plucking, threading or waxing.

Sometimes, thin eyebrows occur as a result of the ageing process, nutritional deficiencies, poor cosmetic application or medical conditions like hypothyroidism, eczema and alopecia areata (bald patches).

Medical treatments like chemotherapy and radiation can also cause hair loss and if you feel due to any reason you have lost the natural thickness of your eyebrows then stay with us for the miraculous transformation journey.

If your eyebrows are too thin or scantly present, you can easily solve this problem with the help of some natural home remedies that won’t cost you a bomb!

How to Grow Thick Eyebrows Naturally?

1. Castor Oil

Known to boost your hair growth, castor oil helps in providing the essential proteins, vitamins, antioxidants and fatty acids required for hair growth.

All you need to do:

Grab a cotton swab with castor oil,
Apply it on your eyebrows
Massage it for a few minutes
Leave it overnight or wash after 30 minutes

Note: You can do this once daily for a week or till the time you notice the desired results.

2. Olive Oil

Rich in vitamin E, olive oil makes your eyebrows denser and enhances the color of your eyebrows along with making it softer and stimulating hair growth.

All you need to do:

Take some coconut oil on your fingertips
Massage it gently for increasing blood circulation
Keep it overnight and wash it with warm water

Note: Repeat this daily for 1 to 2 months to notice results.

3. Coconut Oil

Coconut oil abound with natural antibacterial properties and a natural moisturizer helps in replenishing your hair follicles and improving hair growth.

All you need to do:

Warm a little coconut oil
With your fingertips, massage it gently
Leave it overnight or for few hours
Wash it with lukewarm water

Note: Apply it on areas which are over plucked or waxed.

4. Aloe Vera

It has chemical makeup which resembles to keratin and helps in rejuvenating and nourishing the hair with nutrients and providing enzymes which help in hair repair.

All you need to do:

Peel off the outer leaf of the aloe and scoop the gel out
Massage the gel into your eyebrows till it gets absorbed
Keep it overnight and wash with warm water
Store the rest in the refrigerator

Note: You can use aloe vera gel which is non-sticky and gets absorbed fast, so it can be applied several times a day.