Some cancer treatments may cause your eyelashes and eyebrows to become thinner or fall out completely.
Losing your eyebrows and eyelashes can change your appearance, and this can be upsetting. But remember that eyebrows and eyelashes usually grow back.
The amount of hair that falls out depends on the type or combination of drugs used, the dose, and how the drugs affect you personally.
You may find that you lose your eyelashes and eyebrows later than the hair on your head - perhaps after treatment has ended. Or it can happen more gradually during treatment.
You can learn to create new eyebrows with an eyebrow pencil if you want to, or use false eyelashes.
Boots Macmillan Beauty Advisors can help you with the techniques described below. You can also watch videos from Boots UK containing tips for how to manage some of the visible side effects of cancer treatment.