A Guide To Growing Your Eyelashes

Whether you’re taking a break from false lash extensions or simply want longer, thicker-looking lashes, we’ve put together the ultimate guide for growing your eyelashes.

Use Olive Oil 
While there are many different oils you can use to help stimulate lash growth, olive oil can significantly improve the length and strength of your lashes. As natural olive oil is rich in essential fatty acids, these act as emollients that soften and moisturize your eyelashes. You should apply olive oil using a disposable mascara brush, dip it into the oil and gently brush through your lashes.

Regularly Comb Your Lashes
Although it might not sound groundbreaking, brushing your lashes regularly is a great way to not only promote growth but help them appear longer. Many professional makeup artists and beauty experts swear by this tip to ensure your lashes are being kept in good condition and are regularly being groomed.

Take Vitamin Supplements 
Sometimes hair and lash growth can be impacted because your body isn’t getting the nutrients and vitamins it needs. Need a helping hand when it comes to hair growth? You should invest in supplements such as zinc, biotin, and vitamin D as deficiencies can also affect lash and hair growth.

Use a Lash-Boosting Mascara 
You may not have heard of them, but lash boosting mascaras are actually a thing! Check out Lash Flash Strengthening Mascara. Many mascaras have been designed to boost the look of your lashes instantly after you’ve applied it. They also work to promote lash growth over time. Fiber-rich mascaras intended to improve the appearance of short lashes tend to work best.

Use a Lash Growth Serum 
You’ve probably seen there are many targeted lash serums specifically designed to stimulate hair growth. They tend to be suitable for brows and lashes, and have proven to have some great results when used over time. These are typically applied daily or every night over some time until your lashes are longer and thicker.

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