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Beauty Byline with Sanah: Making Shelter-at-Home a Beauty Experience

Before I go into this issue’s beauty tips, I want to thank all of you who are doing your part during

this terrible pandemic. My thanks especially to anyone who is working to keep us safe – from

medical workers to other essential workers, and everyone staying home, too. Your work and

sacrifice are greatly appreciated.


I’m finding it hard to write about something as trivial as beauty when we’re in the middle of a

pandemic. But I personally believe the only way to get through a trying time is by finding the

silver lining. Beauty businesses are currently shut down and everyone is freaking out about their

hair, eyebrows, nails, and skin. While there’s not much you can do about non-essentials being

closed, you can take this time to practice some easy self-aesthetics, like thickening and growing

out your eyebrows and hair, learning some new nail art, or focusing on proper skincare.


I don’t know much about nails, but I am familiar with hair and skin. For this issue, I’m going to

talk about your eyebrows, eyelashes, and hair. If you’ve been trying to grow out your eyebrows

and eyelashes or thicken and soften your hair, this is the perfect time to start castor oil

treatments. Castor oil is a miraculous all-natural hair growth serum.


Castor oil is a vegetable oil pressed from castor beans. It is the ideal for moisturizing the scalp,

promoting hair growth, protecting against hair loss, and helping lessen dandruff. Order 100%

pure castor oil online and start applying it once a day on your eyebrows and eyelash line. You

don’t need a lot, just a little will do. Be consistent and I promise you’ll start seeing results. I tend

to do a couple of drops per eyebrow five days a week.


I’ve also started castor oil hair treatments. The oil is pretty thick so you really have to massage it

in there. I apply enough to cover all of my hair, leave it on for an hour or so, and wash it out.

Don’t overdo it - it is oil after all. Too much of it and it may cause hair loss. Once a week for a

couple of hours is good enough.


Take a “before” picture so you can track the growth and appearance of your eyebrows,

eyelashes, and hair.


Right now, I would give anything to get my full grooming done. But there’s nothing I can do

about it, so instead I’ll wear my mask and let my brows grow while keeping myself and those

around me safe. We’re all in this together. We’ll all get through this together.


See you soon!


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