How to Grow Thicker And Longer Eyelashes Naturally

If you are woman, you know the struggle we go through with out eyelashes every day. Constantly trying new mascaras, trying to find the perfect one, but coming up short every time.

There are so many brands, but none of them seem to fit you quite right, but there is a natural way to grow longer eyelashes. Learn how grow eyelashes the natural way, and possibly eliminate your need for mascara…

Buying mascara is a hassle.

A survey done on women between the ages 18 and 68 discovered that over 60% wish they didn’t have to use mascara, or spend time fixing their eyelashes every morning.

All you need to do is simply mix the three different kinds of oils together, and apply the proper amount when doing the treatment on yourself. In as little as one week you should be able to see your eyelashes growing noticeably fuller, and thicker.

The formula for longer eyelashes.

As previously stated you will need three different oils, and a small glass container, or something similar. The kinds of oils you’ll need for mixture include vitamin E oil, castor oil, and coconut oil. Now once you have the ingredients ready, watch the instructional video to find out the proper measurements for the solution.

What if i don’t have all the oils?

If you do not have any of the oils, then you could use petroleum jelly as a substitute, although it’s not quite as healthy, or effective as the oils would be on your lashes. However if you have two of the oils, and are just looking for one more, the olive oil is the solution you need. Just mix olive oil with the two you already have, and it’s effects should be just as good as it would be with any of the other oils.

More you need to know.

If you don’t have the the oils, you should be able to find them at any natural grocery store, or an essential oil retailer. Maintaining constant use will keep your lashes growing thicker, and fuller, but they will eventually stop once they reach a reasonable point. Once you apply the solution you should leave it on over night, and wash your face to remove it in the morning.

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