5 Tips to make your lash grow naturally 5 Tips to make your lash grow naturally

5 Tips to make your lash grow naturally

I love big lashes, log and full, but unfortunately, I used to find it hard to make them grow… Until now,

Combing your lashes stimulatates eyelash growth.  

 I'm not one of those few who have been born with beautiful full lashes, so I'd try mascara, falsies, anything to make them longer. But with a little help, you can make them grow stronger.

5 Tips to make your lash grow naturally

Before going to the main point, it is important to say that you should cater to your lashes' needs, which means, removing your makeup before going to bed and making sure all mascara is completely gone before. Sleeping with mascara on can make your lashes break, or worse, develop some infection or allergy. Whenever possible, avoid waterproof formulas, as they are very difficult to remove and tend to dry your lashes. Make sure to eat healthy food, including protein and omega3 fatty acids. All that being said, let's move on to our 5 tips!

5 Tips to make your lash grow naturally 

1. Use castor oil

Castor oil is packed with vitamin E, an important vitamin that supports healthy hair growth. Use castor oil as a lashes and brow serum and leave it overnight.

2. Give coconut milk a try

Coconut milk contains lipids and proteins that can condition lashes and help rebuild the strands. To apply soak a piece of cotton or cloth and apply to your eyes for 15 minutes and rinse.

3. Brush and massage

Brushing or massaging your lashes daily can stimulate the blood flow to the follicles and make your lashes grow faster. It is a good idea to use a brow comb to massage the root of your lashes. 

4. Moisturize

Use olive oil to moisturize your lashes. It can help the strands hydrated and become less prone to breakage, use it as a makeup remover or as a lashes serum before going to bed. 

5. Use a conditioner

There are several lashes conditioners on the market, but make sure to keep them hydrated, this will make them more flexible, and in turn they will be less prone to breakage. 

Aniela Dybiec

Aniela is a writer who loves art, makeup, and magick. She is also an amateur illustrator, a wellness fan and a vegetarian.+ info

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