Left: Brow From February; Right: Current Brow
Pre-COVID-19, I used to lightly touch up and pluck stray hairs from my eyebrows maybe once a week, but I relied on Joey Healy, the king of brows himself, to routinely fix the shape and do maintenance on them. However, I haven't seen Healy since February, which was five months ago. During this time at home, I could have taken my eyebrow shaping into my own hands — I'm confident I could do it without totally ruining my brows — but I just didn't feel like it.
So, here we are four months later, and I can't remember the last time I took a pair of tweezers to my brows. Instead, what I've been doing is applying a brow serum to help nourish hair growth, and I think it's working. I've also occasionally trimmed the superlong hairs that I notice sticking out of place. The other day, I had one that was so outrageously long that I ran into the living room to show my boyfriend, yelling, "Look! Look!," to which he responded with a weird look on his face, "Congrats?"