Grow your brows naturally with Vegamour
The reign of the thin eyebrows made famous by Gwen Stefani and Drew Barrymore has been over for a long time, but if you were plucking profusely a decade or two ago, your brows still might be struggling to return to their full beauty. Thick, groomed brows have been “in" the last decade, but if you haven't picked up a pair of tweezers in ages your brows still have never recovered, there is a remedy.
Vegamour is a hair growth revolution for women looking to get the luscious brows (and eyelashes and manes) of their dreams. Eyebrows frame your face, and you want yours to be bold, neat, and uniquely you. If you want your brows back after years of over plucking, or desire the thick, bushy beauties you never had, Vegamour is here to help.
How does it work?
Vegamour helps restore your body's natural hair growth process that's already deeply ingrained into your biology. The vegaBROW Volumizing Serum is completely vegan, made with natural and plant-based ingredients, like mung bean and red clover, as well as an exclusive peptide and nourishing components like zinc and biotin that stimulate the dormant follicles.
Are there any negative side effects?
Unlike other hair growth formulas, there is no risk of discoloration or blindness. Vegamour's serum also contains zero harmful hormones or carcinogens. Other hair growth products carry the risks of burning, dryness, itchiness, redness, and even scaling, but Vegamour's rich vegan botanical formula guards against irritation.
How do I use it?
The vegaBROW Volumizing Serum is going to be your best friend. Vegamour recommends a twice-daily routine. In the morning, apply vegaBROW Volumizing Serum to a clean face, following your natural brow line. In the evening, after taking off your makeup, you simply apply again. There's also the option to add vegaBROW Tinted Volumizing Gel to get noticeable results immediately. It's a gel that's similar to what you're already using to enhance your brows, but with the added benefits of the growth serum. It goes on in the morning and comes in blonde, brunette, and espresso shades.
When do I start seeing results?
When used twice daily, you could see growth in a as little as 2 weeks! For the quickest and best results, try the vegaBROW Plan 2 subscription. The volumizing serum and tinted gel work perfectly together, and the colored gel is the perfect replacement for the regular product you use on your brows.
Where can I order it??
You can order online from the Vegamour site and choose a one-time purchase or a bimonthly subscription. To ensure you never run out and to see optimal results, Vegamour's convenient subscription is the perfect solution. Their vegaBROW serum starts at $59.95 a month. Plus, shipping with the United States is always free!
If you want thick brows, Vegamour is the only natural solution that's going to give them to you. Undo years of over plucking and damage to get those silky, full eyebrows you've always wanted.
UPDATE: Our friends at Vegamour are offering our readers a special offer! Follow this link and enter BEAUTY25 at checkout to get 25% off your hair care needs! Get an additional 25% when you subscribe!
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You'll never guess #1 (*wink wink*)
The 4th of July means you'll probably get plenty of time to watch movies about aliens.
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New Zealand's greatest writer-director-actor has some big new projects coming up, but it's worth looking back at his previous work
A lot of filmmakers keep themselves apart from their work.
You can watch all of their films, learn to recognize their style and vision, and still be left with the mystery of who their creator is. That's not the case with New Zealand filmmaker Taika Waititi.