Tips to lengthen your eyelashes in a natural, fast and healthy way!

Does it bother you to have short lashes and you spend all the time applying mascara and harmful products to lengthen them? Forget about that and follow these tips to have long eyelashes naturally!

It is important to take care of the eyelashes since they not only have an aesthetic look, they have also a physiological function, which is the protection of your eyes from foreign bodies. 
Long, strong eyelashes enhance the appearance of your eyes. However, on occasion, we notice that these fall off and weaken. The simplest way to get a heart attack look is to resort to mascara. However, we must be careful with this product. Applying too much mascara or doing it daily, without letting our eyelashes rest, can weaken them and accelerate their fall. It is also essential to remove makeup properly each night before going to bed.

Many cosmetic brands promise miracle treatments to speed up eyelash growth. However, many of these products contain chemicals that can damage our lashes obtaining the opposite result. If you are thinking of making use of any of these products, we recommend that you inform yourself well about their ingredients.

-Avoid the constant use of iron curling in order to prevent breaking them.
-Remove your makeup at the end of the day very carefully.
-Don't abuse the use of mascara.

What to use to improve the health of your eyelashes?


This is a classic trick that allows them to grow strong, hearty, and fast. Apply it every night.


Apply a small amount with a flake, let it act for 20 minutes and remove. It will hydrate your lashes and give them softness.


Apply it to your eyelashes with a cotton ball several times a week. They will grow up healthy and flexible and will look beautiful.

It is a fact that there are many factors such as genetics, age, medical conditions, infections, hormonal changes, or even nutritional deficiencies that can affect the size and health of the lashes, but it is possible to reverse it and achieve perfect lashes. The most important thing is to take care of them like any other part of the body, do not forget them, and take into account that after all, they are fragile.

Constanza De Sousa

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