Long, dark, fluttering eyelashes are a hallmark of beauty. Some people are born with beautiful lashes. The rest of us have to work hard to catch up. Mascara can only be a temporary fix for a long-term problem. There are many ways to make your lashes grow longer, thicker and healthier.
These hacks and tricks will help you improve the appearance of pale, thin eyelashes.
Many natural ingredients are beneficial to our eyelashes. You can find most of the ingredients in your home. You can use any of these natural eyelash enhancers.
Castor oil, olive, or even petroleum jelly can have a positive impact on eyelashes. Dip the disposable mascara wand into your oil of choice and coat lashes from tip to base. Let it sit overnight. Avoid getting oil in your eyes. These oils moisturize the hair follicles and encourage healthy growth.
Green Tea Bath
Green tea is a great way to get longer and darker lashes. Make a cup (without sugar) of green tea. Wait for the tea to cool. Dip a cotton swab in the liquid and wipe it across your eyelashes. Green tea contains antioxidants that help maintain healthy eyelashes and caffeine and flavonoids encourage new growth.
Aloe vera is an excellent tonic for the eyes. Great for maintaining long, thick eyelashes. Also full of vitamins and minerals which promote good health and stimulate the growth of new cells. It is also suitable for red patches and rough skin.
Many lash serums are available on the market. They are designed to boost and maintain the growth cycle. Search for a lash product that contains squalene to help thicken your lashes. Vibrance Medspa offers Latisse(r), a popular product that increases the length, volume and fullness of your lashes.
Extra Miles for Great Lashes
The first step in achieving your dream lashes is to apply these natural ingredients regularly. A great lash also requires extra attention. Remember to include these tips in your eyelash care routine for best results.
By stimulating hair follicles, massaging your eyelids at night can encourage healthy growth. Avoid pressing too firmly. For approximately 60 seconds, a gentle touch will suffice. This is simple to do while applying natural oils or aloe.
Every night, it is essential to wash your eyelashes. It is vital to remove all makeup from the previous day. You’d be amazed at how much fine dirt is in the air. Keep your eyelashes healthy by cleaning them every night.
Eat a Healthy Diet
Eyelashes, like hair on the head, react to your body’s health. For them to shine and grow, they need specific vitamins and minerals. You won’t be able to grow healthy hair if you’re not healthy. To keep your body working at its best, you need to consume whole grains and carbs. You can also take a variety of vitamins to promote hair growth.
Every week or two, alternate between using hot and cold eye patches for about five minutes. Repeat this as often as you want. This exercise not only stimulates nerves and muscles in the area of the eyes that promote hair growth but also reduces wrinkles.
What not to do for longer, healthier lashes
You should also avoid doing certain things if you want longer lashes. We don’t think much about what we do every day that is harmful to our eyelashes. Consider these daily activities and how they may affect your lash health.
Don’t Rub Your Eyes
You can’t help but rub your eyes during certain seasons, particularly when the hay fever season begins. You may also want to rub your eyeballs if you are tired or frustrated. This is a bad thing. Your eyes are delicate, and rough treatment may cause your eyelashes to fall or small blood vessels to burst.
Avoid harsh makeup removers and cleaners.
You should only use gentle products on your eyes. Choose products that are free of parabens and scrubbing beads, whether it’s a makeup remover or night cream. These products not only pull out your eyelashes but can also cause wrinkles and premature lines.
Avoid wearing false lashes for too long.
Strip lashes are a popular alternative to long lashes for those who can’t grow them. They have been around since 1920. Strip lashes come in a variety of sizes, shapes and volumes so that you can change up your look every day.
False eyelashes can be attached to the natural lash using glue or magnetic strips and worn several times. These types of eyelashes are harmful and can increase the risk of you losing your healthy eyelashes.
Do not wear false eyelashes for long periods. You should remove them as quickly as possible. Never pull or tug. Use a gentle cleanser. While removing fake lashes, you will remove your own. Then, wait until the cleanser has completely dissolved the glue. Slide the lash from your lid.
Safe Lash Extensions
There is hope if you are destined for a life of lackluster eyelashes and nothing you do works. Lash extensions can be a great alternative to false eyelashes. They are also a fantastic way to brighten and define your eyes.
Individual lashes are bonded onto your lashes to add volume and length. The glue does not harm your skin and will eventually wear off. A fill-in is then required. Because you don’t have to remove them every day, they are less intrusive than false eyelashes.
The materials used to make lash extensions include silk, faux-mink, mink and synthetics. You can customize the number of lashes to achieve your desired look. You can choose between 50 and 100 lashes in different volumes and lengths, and curls.
Our aestheticians will tint your lashes to make them look longer and darker without using mascara. The effect will last a few days so that you can wake up with less makeup on.
Your eyelashes can make a massive difference to your appearance. Adopt your own eyelash-care routine to keep your eyelashes in top condition.
It’s not the end of the world to have stubby eyelashes. There are several ways to promote new lash development and maintain healthy, happy eyelashes.