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How To Get Long Eyelashes

posted in Beauty
06/09/2014
  • Long lash tip 1:

    First things first—stop the abuse! I’ve said this about hair and skin, and the same rule applies if you want have the appearance of long eyelashes. At the end of the day, it’s easy to scrub the eye area, but being too harsh around this delicate skin area could result in eyelash breakage or shedding. Whether you’re trying to remove waterproof mascara or simply cleanse your face, make sure to remove impurities gently around the eye area to help save your eyelashes.

  • Long lash tip 2:

    Brush your way to longer looking eyelashes. Sounds odd, but think of brushing your eyelashes as another element in your daily grooming routine. Just like we brush our hair or teeth, brushing your eyelashes with an eyelash comb can create the appearance of long eyelashes, even if there is no mascara on the brush. It’s also a great way to separate eyelashes before applying any kind of mascara; it’s better to stop the clumps before they start!

  • Long lash tip 3:

    Diet and healthy lifestyle are also a factor in getting the look of long eyelashes. If you are well nourished, then so is your skin and hair. A healthy lifestyle will promote healthy hair growth, including eyelashes.

  • Long lash tip 4:

    This last tip is for ladies: be gentle when removing false eyelashes or mascara. False eyelashes are a fun way to change up your look and they often come into style depending on beauty trends. As great as they look, false eyelashes can rip some of your natural eyelashes from the hair shaft when you remove them. Same goes for waterproof mascara, which can be hard to take off. In times like these, use an eye makeup remover in addition to your cleanser to gently remove your cosmetic lash enhancers as this will prevent lash breakage

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