Hi my beauties, Thick Eye Lashes - long, luscious lashes is considered an element of beauty.Saying about thicker eye lashes here am remembering once celebrity, named "Elizabeth Taylor." She was known to have extra row of eyelashes due to genetic mutation. She was one of the lucky ones to have this defect turned into her favor The effect of the luxurious lashes, also known as an "accessory row," was entirely captivating, framing Taylor's deep violet eyes, and only adding to what admirers called her "incandescent" beauty.
Nowadays, there are different treatments like the eyelash transplant & various products to grow your eyelashes. There is a lot of controversy on the ingredients used in these products plus if it is safe to do so. Our eyes are the most sensitive organ of our body and if anything goes wrong due to such treatments or products, there is going to be a heavy price to pay for.
The growth, length & thickness of eyelashes depend highly on one's genetics. However, these following tips will give you instant fuller look for your eyelashes.
We all mostly think mascara can make the eye lashes look thicker. But that product itself isn't the only trick when it comes to making your eyelashes look amazing. Check out these tips to help make your eyelashes the longest and most luscious that they have ever been.
Dip an eyelash brush in baby powder and coat eyelashes in between coats of mascara for an extra full look.
Start with a lash comb, and then apply mascara to stop your lashes from clumping.
To get the most out of your eyelash curler, warm it up (but not too hot) with a blow dryer for one to two minutes.
To naturally grow your eyelashes over time, apply melted coconut oil using an eyeliner brush.
For longer lasting lashes that are also easier to wipe off at night, apply a layer of regular mascara and then a waterproof layer on top.
Another way to help grow your lashes is to brew a pot of tea and once it cools, lay it on your eyes for as long as possible.
Add saline solution to your tube of mascara to re-moisturize the wand and remaining mascara.
Try curling your lashes and using mascara on them at the same time.
Use a horizontal angle if you're going for thick and use a vertical angle if you're going for long.
Another way to prevent clumping is to place your tube of mascara in a cup of warm to hot water to melt the clumps off the wand.
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