Wait…You Can Actually Lengthen Your Lashes Naturally!

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There are serums and other products on the market that promise to lengthen your lashes and add volume.

However, the jury is still out on whether or not these products cause damage to the eyes. I know, I know, its scares me too.  Lengthen and thicken your lashes the natural way for healthy lashes and keep your beautiful eyes healthy just as they are.  Here’s how:

Olive Oil  and Castor oil have both been proven to lengthen your lashes. Consider melted and cooled coconut oil too.  Apply with a clean mascara wand and leave it in overnight. You should start seeing fuller, longer, and healthier lashes after 2 to 3 months of consistent application.  Add lemon peel to your oil for even greater results. Just make sure to let your lemon and oil infuse for about a week before use.

Using a soft bristled lash brush, apply the solution to your lashes daily to stimulate growth. Please do not go “psycho brush girl” when grooming your lashes. Be gentle and brush for just a few minutes unless your aiming for lash-less eyelids.  Avoid getting any of it in your eyes to be on the safe side.

You can never go wrong with using vitamins for a healthier you. Vitamins like biotin, Hair Skin and Nails, or Hair Infinity and more promote hair growth and a healthier look and feel; they can also stimulate lash growth! Test it out for yourself.

Petroleum Jelly or Vaseline can be quite beneficial to your lashes as well. Use a clean lash comb or mascara wand to apply it. Vaseline will help moisturize your lashes and make them appear thicker and healthier. Due to the increased moisture, your follicles will be head over heels in love and those lashes will grow.

Jaynelle Stewart

Beauty Editor

Jaynelle Stewart is a marketing student with a knack for beauty, style, and blogging. Jaynelle describes herself as urban, versatile, and a trap music enthusiast.

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