We all want gloriously long, luscious eyelashes to frame our peepers. The good news is that we’ve found a few things you can do to help your lashes grow fuller and thicker the natural way.
Although these are all simple to do, they will take patience and time. If you don’t have time for that, take the magnetic eyelash route.
But if you want to row fuller, thicker eyelashes naturally, read on …
Visit a dermatologist
If you think that your eyelash growth rate is abnormal or you’re losing more lashes than normal, visit a dermatologist.
Many factors can interfere with eyelash growth, including extreme emotional or physical stress, malnutrition, and chemotherapy.
According to experts, eyelash extensions might be causing what is called traction alopecia. This is when the natural lashes fall out because the extensions are pulling on them.
Keep your eyelids clean
Keep your eyelids clean to prevent infection or a build-up of the eyelash line that could cause hair loss. Look for a lid scrub or moistened pads.
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Some lash serums available act as follicle stimulants to encourage hair growth. Avoid products that are like tar that builds upon the lashes to make them look thicker.
Take it off
Removing your makeup before bed is vital for infection-free eyes and healthy, strong lashes.
Give extensions a break
According to experts, eyelash extensions done by aestheticians who adhere to protocol cause no problems for natural lashes.
It’s unhygienic or incorrectly carried out procedures that can damage your lashes. If you fall into the second category, take a break from having extensions … and find a new beautician!
According to experts, eyelash extensions done by aestheticians who adhere to protocol cause no problems for natural lashes. It’s unhygienic or incorrectly carried out procedures that can damage your lashes.
If you fall into the second category, take a break from having extensions … and find a new beautician!