Image | Model Using Glossier Boy Brow via Hypebae
Okay, we know you saw the headline and you're thinking: whaaaat? But hear us out. Glossier Boy Brow's creamy, wax-like substance is great for giving brows a visibly thicker and gloriously fluffy look when applied. This cult beauty favourite contains Oleic Acid, Lecithin, and Atelocollagen to condition and moisturise brows making it perfect for giving your edges a little thickness and grooming boost.
It's also is alcohol-free, fragrance-free, paraben-free, cruelty-free, appropriate for all skin types, hypoallergenic, ophthalmologist tested and dermatologist tested. What doesn't this little wonder in a tube do?!
As you would when using it on your brows, just brush the wand through any sparse areas around your hairline and watch the magic happen. The petite tip on the applicator makes it great for precision application without flakiness. Our founder Aasiyah has trialled this technique for months and it actually works!
It's a handy way to top up a thinning hairline in a pinch and works with other brands too. MILK Makeup's Kush Fiber Brow Gel is available in a wider range of shades and the formula's unique heart shaped fibres add extra thickness. If you're on a budget, ELF's Wow Brow Gel can also help thicken up sparse edges.
Image | ELF Wow Brow Gel via ELF Cosmetics
Are There Other Products I Can Use?
If you're struggling with thinning hair on different areas of your head or are just curious, there are other products available for you to try. Products like Toppik's Hair Building Fibers and Nanogen's Hair Thickening Fibres can be used all over the head. Simply shake the formula over the sparse areas and gently tap in for a thicker and natural look.
Image | Toppik Hair Building Fibers via Toppik
Or if you just want to make your edges look thicker and laid at the same time, black edge control is a lifesaver. Creme of Nature's Argan Oil Perfect Edges Gel For Black Hair is a tinted edge control that gives the appearance of thicker edges without compromising on the all-day staying power.
What are your favourite ways to thicken your hairline? Let us know in the comments!