While nothing can make eyebrows grow faster or thicker, a fuller-eyebrow look can be achieved by a number of grooming techniques. Additionally, care should be taken to prevent damage and over-grooming of existing eyebrows.
Perhaps the most effective way to achieve bigger, bolder eyebrows recommended by experts is by using an eyebrow pencil or brow shadow. A shade that closely matches the person's natural eyebrow color should be selected. This color is usually darker than the person's hair color, and if an exact match is not available, a lighter color is best for a natural appearance. If using a pencil, the person can fill in the sparse areas of the eyebrow using small strokes, slightly extending beyond the natural boundaries of the brow to create a fuller look. A similar technique can be employed with brow shadow powder and a small angled brush.
It is also important to avoid plucking or waxing the eyebrows while growing them out. It may take 6 to 8 weeks for brows to grow back after being removed, and during this time, it is best to do only minimal grooming of the area. Experts also suggest rubbing a small amount of coconut oil into eyebrows a few nights a week, which provides nutrition for skin and hair and can help prevent damage.