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How to Draw in Your Eyebrows When You Don’t Have Any

As we know, our image is one of the most direct and impactful struggles that come face to face with a cancer diagnosis. Literally. As hair loss is a common side effect of treatments like chemo and radiation, we find ourselves losing a sense of identity and self esteem. As I have faced the issue with hairless now pre-chemo, during chemo and now post-chemo, I’d love to share with you my technique to filling in my eyebrows along with my favorite product to use. Please let me know if this helped you and if you have a favorite product you’d like to recommend as well!

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  • Ann Harper moderator
    2 weeks ago

    @radiant-racheli Like you, my eyebrows are nearly nonexistent. This I’d due to my thyroid cancer. I just looked up that eyebrow pencil and it was very expensive. I decided to try a cheaper version. I’ll let you know how I like it. Thanks for sharing. I always enjoy your videos.

  • Daniel Malito moderator
    2 weeks ago

    @radiant-racheli Don’t tell anyone this but when I was in the middle of chemo and my eyebrows started to fade away I tried dying them. It didn’t turn out great, it was, well it was a whole thing. Anyway, my point is, this is wonderful info for everyone going through chemo. This is a great one to keep an EYE on. See what I did there? Lol Keep on keepin’ on, DPM

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