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I've lost the majority of my hair, but my eyebrows are still somewhat intact. When will they start disappearing?

Jessica Worcester Profile
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anonymous

Patient over 6 years
 
  • Alice Eisele Profile
    anonimamente
    Sobrevivente desde 2009
    Everyone is different. Some women never loose there eyelashes and brows. I went through my whole treatment with them. Then when my hair started to grow back I noticed they were gone. I don't even really know when it happend. LOL I guess with no hair I didn't notice no brows and i had bushy brows.
    over 6 years Comment Flag
  • Ali S Profile
    anonymous
    Survivor since 2011
    Oh and I make it look like u have lashes, I was taught by a make up artist to put eye liner on the top lid under where lashes were (80s style) and by blinking normally, it went on bottom lid and it really made a difference! I was skeptical at first, but pleasantly surprised
    about 6 years Comment Flag
  • Shannon Key Profile
    anonimamente
    Sobrevivente desde 2007
    My brows fell out with my hair. They never really came back. I use the lash stiff Latice on my lashes and brows now, works great!
    over 6 years Comment Flag
  • Sue Flaska Profile
    anonymous
    Learning About Breast Cancer
    My eyebrows didn't fall out completely, my eyelashes didn't either. I was thankful for that. My brows thinned, but you could see they were still there.
    over 6 years Comment Flag
  • Adrienne private Profile
    anonymous
    Stage 3C Patient
    My right eyebrow hairs fell out completely but my left eyebrow had stray hairs that held out. My eyelashes fell out after my hair though. My oncologist said that eyelashes can fall out even after chemo has stopped.
    over 6 years Comment Flag
  • Ali S Profile
    anonymous
    Survivor since 2011
    My brows and lashes came out slowly toward the end of my chemo. I didn't really notice it until I put mascara on and there were gaps in my lashes. It was weird how they fell out like 15 weeks after the hair on y head. Its all coming back in, Though
    about 6 years Comment Flag

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