Smart tips to prevent eyelashes from falling out

Smart tips to prevent eyelashes from falling out

Eyelashes are one of the most important aspects of our facial appearance. They frame our eyes and add to the beauty of our face. But eyelashes can also be a source of concern for many people, who may wonder how they can prevent losing their lashes prematurely. If your eyelashes start falling out more often than normal or if you have noticed that your eyelashes have become thinner over time, then there are steps you can take to help prevent this from happening even more in the future. The following tips will help keep your lashes as healthy as possible:

Stop rubbing your eyes

If you’ve ever heard the phrase “don’t rub your eyes,” then you’re probably familiar with how much of a bad idea it is to do so. When our eyes are dry, irritated, or have allergies, they’re more vulnerable to infection and can be easily injured by something we wouldn’t normally touch them with (like dirty hands). Not only does this kind of touching cause pain and discomfort for yourself but it also causes unnecessary stress for your eyelashes by damaging them over time.

Don’t tug on your eyelashes when removing mascara

The first thing to do is make sure you’re using the right kind of mascara. As mentioned above, if you have lashes in bad condition, it might not be worth it to put on any product at all. If you absolutely can’t give up the look of mascara though, stay away from waterproof formulas and stick with something more gentle like a washable mascara.

Next up: no tugging! When taking off your makeup at night (or anytime), don’t use a brush for both eyebrows and eyelashes; instead just use one for each area. Like we said before, bacteria can build up quickly inside those little tubes—and who wants that? You also shouldn’t use an eye makeup remover on your eyebrows either—just use cotton swabs or baby oil if necessary (just make sure not too much gets into their eyes!)

Try a lash lift

Next, try a beautiful lash lift. Lash lifts are a type of semi-permanent eyelash extension that involves bonding individual synthetic hairs to existing lashes in order to give them more volume and length. The results last anywhere from two weeks to few months, depending on how fast your hair grows back after removal (and how much you like wearing extensions).

Avoid oils

When it comes to preventing eyelash loss, some of the most common culprits are oils. Oils can be found in many beauty products, including mascara and eyeliner. Some foods also contain oil, so be wary of overdoing it on certain dishes or drinks that may cause lashes to fall out. The best way to avoid this problem is by avoiding these oils altogether.

Be gentle when removing your eye makeup

When it comes to removing eye makeup, be gentle.

The skin around your eyes is very delicate and can easily tear. When you’re removing your eye makeup, don’t rub too hard or tug at the eyelid. Instead, use a clean cotton swab or pad to gently wipe off any residual mascara or eyeliner residue with warm water on a regular basis (you don’t have to do this every night). You can also try using an oil-based makeup remover instead of water because it will break down waterproof mascara more effectively—just make sure not to get any in your eyes! If you have sensitive skin that reacts badly when exposed to harsh ingredients in common eye makeup removers, there are plenty of natural options out there such as coconut oil or aloe vera gel.

Don’t pluck your lashes

When it comes to eyelash maintenance, your first step should always be to avoid plucking them. Even if you just want to tidy up their appearance, plucking can cause your lashes to fall out permanently or become damaged in other ways.

If you’re using a pair of tweezers for the first time, make sure that they’re clean and disinfect them with rubbing alcohol before use. The same goes for any tools that might come into contact with your eyes—they should be sterilized as well.

Losing your eyelashes is a traumatic experience, but it’s not the end of the world. There are many ways to prevent your lashes from falling out and keep them healthy—from eating more balanced meals to being gentle when removing makeup. If you start noticing that your lashes are looking sparse, talk to your doctor about what you can do next. Healthier eyelashes mean a better overall look for you!

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Tim Tyler