Do you wish you had thicker eyelashes?
Worried that your eyelashes are not growing enough? You’re not alone. Many people wish they had thicker eyelashes, to make their eyes more beautiful.
There are many reasons for thin eyelashes, like age, certain medical problems, missing nutrients, an eye infection, or hormonal changes in the body.
Other reasons are rubbing your eyes roughly and not taking your eye makeup off at the end of the day, which can lead to the delicate hairs of your lashes falling out.
The first thing to do when you’re trying to make your eyelashes healthier is to take proper care of them. There are also some simple ways to help your eyelashes grow.
Remember that cures won’t work the same for different people. It may take a few weeks, or a few months, for the cure to work. Also, you may have to try more than one before you find the cure that is right for you.
Castor oil helps eyelashes grow, and can also fight bacteria that stop them from growing.
Take a clean brush or cotton swab and put castor oil on your eyelashes before going to bed. You can add some vitamin E oil to the castor oil before putting it on. Leave the oil on overnight, and rinse it off in the morning.
You can also mix two tablespoons of castor oil with two tablespoons of aloe vera gel. Put it on your eyelashes using a cotton swab. Leave it on overnight, and rinse it off in the morning.
Try either of these cures every day for two to three months.
Olive oil can nourish your eyelashes, and make them grow thicker. It also helps keep the eyelashes dark.
Dip a clean, old mascara stick or cotton swab in warm olive oil.
Before you go to bed, put the oil on your lashes, like you would put on mascara.
Leave the oil on overnight, and rinse it off in the morning with lukewarm water.
Do this every day for a few months, until you’re happy with the way your eyelashes look.
A great way to grow your eyelashes is using aloe vera, because it has a lot of vitamins and nutrients. It will also help keep your eyelashes moist.
Before bed, put fresh aloe vera gel on your eyelashes with a clean mascara stick. Leave the gel on overnight, and rinse it off in the morning with warm water.
Mix together one tablespoon aloe vera gel, one tablespoon jojoba oil, and one teaspoon of chamomile infusion. Put this mixture on your eyelashes two times a day with a clean, old mascara stick. Leave it on for fifteen minutes, and wash it off with warm water.
Follow either cure every day for a few months for it to work.
Note: Make sure to remove latex by washing the aloe vera gel very well before use.
Because eggs have a lot of protein, they are very good for growing thicker eyelashes. They also have vitamins that help the feel of your eyelashes.
Beat one egg and one tablespoon glycerin into a thick, creamy mixture.
Put it on your eyelashes using a cotton swab.
Leave it on for fifteen minutes, and then wash it off with cold water.
Do this three times a week for a few months.
Green tea has a lot of flavonoids that help your eyelashes grow thicker and longer.
Make a cup of unsweetened green tea, and let it cool.
Use a cotton tip to put the green tea on your lashes, from the roots to the tips.
Let it sit for fifteen minutes, and wash it out with cool water.
Do this two times a day for two to three months.
Note: Make sure the green tea does not get in your eyes.
Coconut milk has a lot of protein and fats that make thicker, longer eyelashes. It also gives your eyelashes a beautiful shine.
Dip a cotton swab in coconut milk, and put it on your eyelashes.
Let it sit for ten minutes, and wash it off.
Do this one or two times a day for a few months, until you get the look you want.
When trying any of these cures, make sure to be very gentle. Don’t pull out eyelashes when you’re putting makeup on, or taking it off.
Make sure to have the right vitamins and nutrients, so your eyelashes can grow nicely. You can take a multivitamin supplement, but make sure to ask a doctor before you do, to find out what type and amount.
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