No matter how hard we try, some of us are just born with unfortunately underwhelming lashes.
If not even mascara has been cutting it for you, you’re probably wishing that there was some way, any way to get longer, fuller lashes.
Well, you’re in luck, friend. There are a few different ways that you can get longer, lusher lashes.
Here are 10 tips to get you started on your lash journey.
Okay, we have to get the obvious out of the way first.
The other methods listed here take time to give you results. Are they effective? Yes. Are they immediate? No.
If you want long lashes today, you can’t rely on just putting some oil on them. This is where false lashes should be your first line of defense against small, sad lashes. They’re easy to apply and they’re temporary. And they are very effective.
2. Olive or Coconut Oil
If you want a natural way to gradually lengthen your lashes over time, try this age-old trick.
Using a cotton swab or cotton ball to apply olive or coconut oil to your lashes can keep them long and strong and growing.
3. Try Biotin
Biotin is a vitamin that helps our bodies keep our skin healthy, grow our nails faster, and add volume to our hair. And yes, this hair includes our lashes.
Adding a biotin supplement to your day can not only improve the length and health of your lashes but can also promote healthier nails and hair as well.
4. Use Castor Oil
Castor oil is a sort of vegetable oil that works similarly to olive or coconut oil. It has been proven to have even better properties to nourish the skin and lashes than the other two oils mentioned previously and treats the health of your lashes at the root.
5. Vitamin E Oil
Vitamin E oil is notorious for its positive effects on the skin. Used for dark circles and acne scars, vitamin E oil can also provide a good base for your lashes to become longer and stronger.
Just crush open a capsule of vitamin E oil and rub it into your eyelashes daily.
6. Eyelash Growth Serum
If you want to combine all of the growth-boosting properties of the oils we mentioned, look no further than a lash growth serum.
These are available over the counter or in prescription-strength formulas that you can get from your doctor or dermatologist.
7. Practice Proper Grooming
Going to sleep in your mascara could be hurting your poor eyelashes.
This is because makeup weighs your lashes down, weakening them and making them more prone to breakage.
Avoid this damage by gently cleaning off all of your mascara before you go to bed each night.
8. Consider a Lash Lift
If you’re desperate for a long-term solution and have a few extra bucks to spend, consider investing in a lash lift.
These are only performed by someone who is a licensed esthetician. Be careful with this method as it can cause long-term damage to your eyes and eyelids if done improperly.
9. Curl and Invest in a Good Mascara
If you don’t have time to waste growing out longer lashes, use an eyelash curler and a good mascara.
Curling your eyelashes makes them stand up straighter, creating the appearance of longer, fuller lashes.
10. Avoid Rubbing Your Eyes
We know allergy season is tough, but try to avoid rubbing your eyes. The friction causes damage to your lashes and lash follicles, causing breakage and weakening in your lashes.
Getting Longer Lashes Can Be Done
If you’ve feared that you’re always going to be stuck with your same tiny, sad lashes, fear no more. Get longer lashes with these easy tips.