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Reasons You Have Thin Brows (& How You Can Capture A Full, Fluffy Look)
The "thickness" and "density" of eyebrows, in particular, were found to be strongly correlated with genes in a 2015 study. Have a balanced diet that includes vitamins like vitamins A, B, and biotin, iron, and zinc, all of which are essential for healthy hair growth, to promote the natural growth of eyebrow hair.
Excessive threading or plucking affects the health and appearance of your brows, weakens the hair, and eventually causes irreversible hair loss and brow thinning. Avoid using harsh techniques or tools, such as tweezers or thread, and only use mild pressure when grooming your eyebrows.
Our eyebrows naturally weaken and lose hair as we get older. To prevent brow aging and promote healthy growth, apply anti-aging skincare products; this will improve the appearance of the skin around your brows by encouraging the synthesis of collagen and elastin.
Nutritional Deficiencies
Eyebrow hair loss is associated with dietary deficiencies, particularly those that are low in biotin, zinc, iron, and vitamin D. See a doctor or dietitian if you believe that nutritional deficiencies may be a factor in your brow hair loss as they can suggest dietary adjustments or supplements.
Hormonal Changes
Because of "fluctuating hormone levels," Water's Edge Dermatology claims that the thickness of eyebrow hair may change during pregnancy or menopause. Hormonal changes brought on by stress can cause eyebrow hair loss, so stay away from stressful situations and keep a healthy lifestyle.