How To Grow Your Eyelashes Thick And Long

How To Grow Your Eyelashes Thick And Long

Long and thick lashes look so pretty and give an extra feminine touch. We all agree there. As kids we all had those lovely, mysterious eyelashes but as we grow and turn into young ladies we ignore them.

It’s fun if we do not require to wear false eyelashes and can use just a thick mascara to do the job. Follow these tips and see the change:

long eyelashes1. Castor oil

Don’t throw out that old bottle of mascara, or if you don’t have one, take it from your mum’s cosmetic drawer. Clean the bottle and the brush well, don’t let remnants of mascara remain anywhere.

After this is done let the bottle and brush dry completely. Now as castor oil does not mix, use mechanical castor oil. You can get this from the normal chemist shop.

Put this oil into your mascara bottle and store it. Every night before going to the bed apply this on to your lashes. Do not put much too otherwise it will irritate your eyes. Apply a tiny quantity.

2. Eyelash curler

Whenever applying mascara always use the eyelash curler this stretches the eyelash a bit which adds on to length of the lashes. When using eyelash curler twist it a little bit and press the lashes for few seconds to make it work better.

3. Eyelash and brow comb

These are thin stick combs especially for brows and eyelashes. Introduce this into your cosmetic gadget list if you don’t have one. Comb your eyelashes religiously and you’ll make them grow longer over a period of time.

As we do it for our hair, the more you comb the better the blood circulation, and the same works here as well. So comb out your eyelashes and improve the blood circulation.

To see the results of the above it would probably take a month’s time, but after a month you will see the difference in the thickness and length of your lashes.

Let me know your take on these tips and share your tips and tricks with us. Your comments are welcome in the box below, you can also pin it or share this article with the social media icons.

By Mahek Sood 

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