This is how you take care of your eyelashes 

Handle with care 

Quite often, removing your makeup is more about taking it off as quickly as possible after a long day rather than considering your eyelashes and taking care of them. However, gently, and carefully removing your mascara using the right tools won’t damage your lashes, allowing them to grow better. 

Avoid waterproof 

Waterproof mascara is harsh on your lashes. It adheres tightly to your lashes, making it difficult to remove. While this is logical since you don’t want panda eyes after being in the rain, waterproof mascara is also thicker than regular mascara. So, it’s best to leave the waterproof mascara on the shelf for more beautiful and longer lashes. You can massage coconut oil onto your lashes using your fingers and then gently remove it with a warm washcloth. 


Apply some almond oil to your lashes using a clean mascara wand. You’ll notice that your lashes become fuller, thicker, and longer! Make sure to use pure, cold-pressed oil that is 100% natural, and be careful not to get the oil into your eyes. This can have serious consequences for your eyesight. Usually, your eye will resolve it on its own, but if not, you should see a doctor. You can also use other products, such as vitamin E, aloe vera, and petroleum jell,y for your lashes. These products are also beneficial for your lashes. 

Brush your lashes 

Brushing your lashes might sound a bit strange, but it stimulates lash growth by removing dirt and dust from your lashes. It also improves blood circulation, which is great for your lashes. 

Eat a healthy diet 

You may not believe it, but eating well and maintaining a healthy diet is also important for your lashes. Your lashes need specific nutrients to grow, and iron plays an important role in maintaining the hair follicles. 

Eyelash serum 

If you want longer and thicker lashes, you can use an eyelash serum. Some serums work better than others, and it takes time to see results. You need to use the serum consistently for about 4 to 8 weeks before you start noticing a difference in the health and length of your lashes. 

health and length of your lashes. 

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