I've heard castor oil works but I've never tried it. I wash my face with extra virgin olive oil at night (it works really well to take off makeup) and that has seemed to help my eyebrows. Just be careful around your eyes! Extra virgin Olive oil is easier to use since it's already in your kitchen and it's really good for your skin. Slide a little bit over both eyebrows and leave it on overnight and they will grow back - you just need to help them. Also, since you're having trouble covering it up until it grows back, I would suggest getting Brow Zings at Sephora. It's a brow kit and the people there can help you out with it. I like it a lot. It covers well and comes with the wax, powder, brushes and mirror all in a little kit. You can even ask them to put it on for you to help you cover it so you can see how you like it. The last time I went to Sephora to buy foundation one of the girls working there was telling me never to get my eyebrows waxed because she did once and her whole eyebrow got ripped off! Scary! It never grew back the same. So she always has to use a bunch of eyebrow products to cover it up and make both eyebrows match. If you don't like Brow Zings, another one I like is at Ulta and it's called Tarte EmphasEYES waterproof Amazonian clay brow mousse. It sounds weird but it works really well. One of the ladies working there put it on for me and it looked really nice. I would try to go to both stores to see which one you like better. And to make sure you don't overpluck again, you should ALWAYS use a pencil or powder or something to make it look like what you want it to and then ONLY tweeze out of the lines. And out of the lines means only underneath the brows. Never tweeze on top! Just go slow when you're tweezing and count 1-2-3-4 to each hair pulled and then step back and look in the mirror. Then if it still doesn't look right, repeat that until it does - but of course, only if necessary! You don't want to pluck two fast because those tweezers could gather hairs that you didn't want plucked so you need to be really careful. Hope I helped!