Having long, thick, and full eyelashes not only depends on mother nature, but also on whether you give them special treatment or not, especially in harsh weather.
Our eyes can become damaged by sudden changes in temperature, wind, and allergies during certain seasons such as winter and spring. Follow these tips to include your eyelashes in your beauty care routine in order to keep them looking healthy and beautiful all year long and on the day of your Quince.
Eyelashes are not an accessory to our eyes. Their function is to protect the eyes from debris and are extremely sensitive to touch; even the slightest contact causes an automatic blinking of the eye, providing some type of organic barrier. For this reason, using the appropriate care products for your eyelashes can help make them more beautiful and pronounced.
Keep them clean: When putting on makeup, make sure to wash off any excess of mascara. You can comb them with a soft brush after applying eyeshadow to eliminate any residue. Use a special foundation for your eyelashes to keep them clean and soft, especially if you’re using water-proof mascara.
Choose the right curler: Not all eyelash curlers have the same shape. If you have wide or round eyes, then choose an eyelash curler that matches the shape of your eye. Avoid curlers that can pull or damage your eyelashes. The top eyelid has approximately 100 follicles for eyelashes to grow. When an eyelash falls out, it takes about six to eight weeks to replace it.
Don’t always use the same product: Not all mascaras are the same. There is a great variety of beauty products out in the market that adapt to the different activities in your daily routine, lifestyle, and climate. It is best to choose several types of mascara that adapt to different activities ranging from your day at work, school, even sports and outings. It’s not the same if you’re going to wear mascara indoors or outdoors, during rainy or hot weather, while jogging or working at the office. Use a light water base mascara for your daily activities and save the permanent mascara when working for several hours or when you’re going out.
Find more options: If you can’t show off your eyelashes due to irritation, consult a dermatologist. Nowadays there are many treatments to reduce seasonal allergy symptoms. If your eyelashes have a mind of their own, don’t be discouraged; experiment and search for products that can help you take control. If they are too flat, then you may consider getting a perm. If mother nature didn’t want to give you long and full eyelashes, you can always use faux ones if the occasion allows. Most importantly, take good care of the ones you already have.