Which of us does not dream of eyelashes like curtains. I belong to this group myself ...
My eyelashes are average. Neither too short nor too long. And above all they have a big problem with overclocking.
Fortunately, there are several effective ways that support our eyelashes. First of all, I will answer the question whether eyelash conditioners work. About 2 years ago I used Revitalash. This product did not work on my eyelashes. The eyelashes were actually longer, but their tips were so thin that after applying them with mascara they looked like a broom. In addition, during use eyelashes began to fall out terribly.
At first I thought it was a matter of the fact that "old" eyelashes must fall out for new ones to appear. Unfortunately, my thinking was wrong.
When it comes to this type of conditioner, you have to be very careful, because some of these products have a glaucoma drug, which has the side effect of eyelash growth. I don't think I have to say that using this drug with healthy eyes is dangerous?
And what do we have on the market besides eyelash conditioners? For example castor oil, which is probably most often recommended for eyelash care. Unfortunately, it has its drawbacks, because when applied to the night it likes to get into the eye, which causes irritation.
Another way is to apply Vaseline or Alterra chamomile lipstick. These two products have a solid consistency that reduces eye irritation to a minimum. Vaseline causes eyelashes to become less brittle and nourished. Alterra lipstick contains castor oil, which is why it is great for applying on eyelashes. Just use an old, clean mascara brush and mascara your lipstick.
It's also very cool Eveline eyelash serum and conditioner. I am currently using my third pack. I noticed that since I apply this product under mascara, they do not fall out as before and are much more nourished.
What does not serve our eyelashes?
First eye rubbing. I know that this habit is difficult to eliminate from life, but it really does not serve our eyelashes (eyes too!).
Secondly eyelashes are also not used for strong rubbing while removing eye make-up. To verify if you do it too hard, look or after removing makeup, there are no eyelashes that have fallen out on the cotton pads.
Thirdly falling asleep in makeup. This completely knocks out eyelashes ... if it happens sporadically, ok, don't panic. However, if you do it regularly - it's time to change your habits. Your eyelashes will be very grateful to you 😉