Want longer, thicker eyelashes without having to use mascara? Have you tried every trick in the book — but nothing seems to work?
I have some good news for you. Check out these healthy, safe tips for longer, thicker eyelashes without damaging them…
To start off, you could always try beauty products. Many eyelash serums have been proven to effective (when used routinely). If you’re unsure about which type of serum to use, talk to a beauty professional or dermatologist. You might ask friends for recommendations, too.
Take It Easy On Your Lashes
Certain daily use products can damage lashes and cause breakage — and we don’t even realize it. Try to avoid lash curlers and waterproof mascara. Why? Breakage may occur over time. Waterproof mascara is hard on the lashes and even harder to remove.
Your best bet? Skip the lash curler and find a mascara that’s easier to remove. Taking preventive measures can aid in the growth and the overall health of your eyelashes.
Brush Your Lashes
Yup, you read that right. Invest in a lash brush. By brushing your lashes regularly, you help prevent breakage and distribute the natural, healthy oils in your lashes. This is a more natural way to take care of the lashes, without using any beauty products, makeup, or serums.
Certain oils such as Castor, Olive, and Vitamin E have been shown to have a promote lash growth. Use a clean mascara brush and apply how you would your daily mascara. Oils like the ones mentioned help moisturize the lash follicles and can encourage growth healthily.
Add Supplements to your Diet
Supplements (like Biotin) are known to be a hair growth aid and strengthener. Biotin can also help keep your lashes moisturized. Consider adding this supplement to your diet if you don’t to want to use any physical beauty products.
Avoid Keeping False Lashes on Too Long
Extended use can be very damaging to your eyelashes. If you do choose to wear them frequently, try not to keep them on for too long. When taking them off — be gentle. Removing them could cause breakage (or even total ripping) of your natural lashes. Try to wear them for a short period of time or to forego them altogether. Love falsies? Look for a natural, lash safe glue.
A well-balanced diet is not only good for your overall health — but can also aid in hair growth. Which in return, can potentially help the growth of your natural lashes. Do it for your body and for your lashes!
I hope these tips helped open your eyes to what could be damaging your natural eyelashes and gave you ways to promote growth. Until next time *flutters eyelashes*
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