Most ladies and some gentlemen are obsessed with their eyelashes. Thick and long lashes make ladies look darling and some men beautiful. Long and thick eyelashes on younger women makes their eyes open up, look bigger and rounder, giving them that innocent doll look. For those reasons and reasons such as that, mascara, fake eyelashes, eyelash extensions and eyelash growth serums is making such a selling.
The downside of these products and applications is because it's expensive and you could be using twenty to a few hundred dollars on something better than, those products. Also many types of mascara contain materials
and all mascara must be thrown away after three months due to eye mites and bacteria which will lead to blindness and (or) eye infections.
Here's a tip if you don't know how long you've had it: if it smells funny throw it away or your eyelashes start to clump when normally the mascara you are using doesn't clump, throw it away.
Using a home remedy may take some time to see results or it might happen overnight.
For me, it happened overnight, but I was putting it on every few hours the whole day and what I'd used... Was Vaseline.
Regular applications before bed every day will make a big difference in the long run (give it about two week to two months to see a big difference).
Things You Will Need
-Q-tip/ toothbrush/ mascara wand/ your fingertips
Step 22. Dry your eyelashes with a towel and then air dry it for a minute or two.
4. Get a Q-tip, toothbrush, mascara wand or use your fingertips.
5. Put the Vaseline on the Q-tip (or whatever you're using), you are going to need very little.
Step 66. Brush your eyelashes with it.
Step 77. Don't get it in your eyes.
After two weeks or months, you will no longer have to deal with slapping on layers of mascara, or spend time and money on extensions.
There are also eyelash accelerators, one I'd used is a brow and lash accelerator, yes, it works on both brow and lashes, it's about three or four bucks, and it worked very well for me, a big difference after two weeks.
Another popular one is called Lilash, claiming to grow and thicken your lashes "2x" with a 90 day guarantee. It has pretty good reviews on it.
There is also Latisse, it is an eye drop solution that is FDA approved and you need a prescription for it, but apparently, it seems to work. You apply this by dropping one drop of the solution onto a wand (it looks like a long nail polish wand) and drawing it across the upper eyelashes where the eyelash meets the skin.
I am not affiliated with any of the stores or companies I've listed above.
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