Easy DIY Eyelash Serums For Longer and Healthy Lashes

Image result for natural healthy lashes on black womenEyelash serums, growth enhancers, lash perming, and lash extensions are extremely popular lately. While the desire for strong, long lashes never goes out of fashion (mascara, curling wands, and false eyelashes have been around for decades!), the tools and treatments used today are most definitely new. Each treatment comes with its own pros and cons that should be weighed carefully.

Don’t let the cost and maintenance of eyelash care deter you from giving a little glow to your eyelashes, which can be done quite easily and inexpensively at home. Try one of these eyelash conditioning treatments or serums regularly to encourage your lash growth and strength.

2 Simple DIY Eyelash Serums For Lovely + Long Lashes

Castor Oil Lash Strengthener

  • 1 teaspoon castor oil
  • 2 capsules Vitamin E
  • 1 teaspoon coconut oil
  • Empty container and mascara wand

Known for its proteins and mild texture, castor oil has long been used to improve hair thickness and strength. In a clean, glass container add castor and coconut oil. Pierce and drain the Vitamin E capsules into the container and mix well by shaking. Using a disposable mascara wand, dip the wand into the solution and apply nightly. Apply to clean lashes as you would mascara, concentrating at the lash roots.

Argan Lash Conditioner

  • 1 teaspoon avocado oil
  • 1 teaspoon argan oil
  • 1 teaspoon almond oil
  • Empty container and mascara wand

These three oils combined create a powerhouse for stimulating hair growth. You can even apply it to eyebrows as well if you’re looking to create a thicker and stronger brow line. Combine equal parts of all three oils in a container. Shake well before each application with a disposable wand. Apply nightly to clean lashes.

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Vitamin E Deep Lash Treatment

Straight vitamin E oil does wonders for hair follicle damage, not only repairing but encouraging growth. Using a vitamin E capsule or vitamin E liquid, apply using a lash brush or disposable mascara wand for a deep treatment for your lashes.

Please discontinue use of these treatments if any eye irritation develops.

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