As a chemotherapy patient, you never realize how important your eyebrows are until they are gone. To be honest, I was surprised that I missed my eyebrows more than my eyelashes. I tried fake lashes a few times for major events, but not for everyday wear. I was not allowed to go to a Lash Bar to have fake lashes put on due to the risk of germs and infection.
As for my eyebrows, there was something I could do, dray my own! I went to Sephora with my mom and one of the makeup artists showed me how to use an eyebrow pencil correctly. I had never used an eyebrow pencil before, so I was a little anxious. She recommended that I use a slanted eyebrow pencil. She recommended Benefit. This product is easy to use. If you do make a mistake, you can use the Benefit highlighting pencil to “clean up” your mistake. A piece of advice is to use your hands to feel where your eyebrow bone is and use the eyebrow pencil in that area. (I do not have a medical background, this post was written based on personal experience. Anchored in Hope is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to amazon.com.)