You’ll be well on your way to having awesome lashes every day!
Fabulous eyelashes: every woman on Earth wants them, and we’re willing to go to increasingly extreme lengths to get them. Step away from the falsies, you won’t be needing them. In fact, there are several ways to grow out your own lashes naturally without resorting to extensions or crazy false lashes.
Not all of us are blessed with long, thick, luscious lashes, but here are some brilliant hacks to get the best eyelashes of your life.
Get Extra Volume
Apply a lash primer to thicken and lengthen hairs, then top with mascara. Before your second coat, wave the wand in the air a few times to make it tacky; it adds extra bulk. If you want your eyes to look rounder, focus mascara on the center lashes. To elongate, pull the wand toward outer corners.
Honestly, you can’t go wrong with coconut oil. From being an amazing moisturizer to a DIY teeth whitener, coconut oil can pretty much do it all. So, it’s no wonder that this amazing oil is perfect for strengthening and hydrating your lashes. Apply a thin amount to the lash line before bed to grow your lashes, while you sleep. While promoting growth, this nourishing oil also hydrates the hairs.
Use Eyeshadow For Added Fullness
Applying powder to your lashes before applying mascara can make your lashes appear fuller. Just a dust of powder and a few coats of mascara can make your eyelashes appear thicker and longer. Use a matte powder eyeshadow (instead of baby powder) in the same shade as your mascara between coats; you’ll build volume without any strange white residue.
Pro tip: Try layering a shimmery shade between coats for a sparkly effect.
Heat Your Curlers
If you want perfectly curled eyelashes all day every day, warm them up gently using your hairdryer. By warming up your curler, you will create an elongated curl that is similar to curling your hair with a warm curling iron. They’ll also last much longer.
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