There are quite a few ways to keep eyelashes healthy and growing. We’re going to look at some of them here, as well as why you want to have healthy, lustrous eyelash tabbing in the first place, and some other great information about eyelashes in general.Rmnlo
What do we need eyelashes for anyway?
First and foremost, you need to have great eyelashes if you want to look your best. That goes without saying. You could be dressed to the nines, have your hair perfect, and everything be ruined because of your short, thin, stunted eyelash tabbing.
In addition to that, as everyone knows, the primary use for eyelash tabbing is for fluttering (batting them), at men. This actually acts as a trigger for the give-in reflex that men have that makes them want to do things for you, like buy you a drink, let you win an argument, jump in front of you to stop bullets, etc.
They also (supposedly) serve to protect the eyes. They act as shades to reduce the amount of light going into your eyes from the sun. They also act as a filter, and cause the ‘blink reflex,’ that helps prevent damage to your eyes from stuff damaging them.
How do you lose your eyelashes?
Eyelashes have been known to thin and fall out at times – this could be because of a variety of reasons. It could be congenital, a disease, infection, or you may have decided that sticking your face into an open flame was a good idea.
It doesn’t matter. Regardless of the causes – and there are quite a few – eyelash tabbing loss isn’t that uncommon, and it’s not often that it’s not completely reversible.
Or perhaps you may have yanked them out with your eyelash tabbing curler, for example. Like if your roommate decided that it would be fun to sneak up behind you and goose – while you were curling your lashes.
It’s not the end of the world, in general, if any of this stuff happens to you – at least as far as having healthy eyelash tabbing is concerned!
Which leads us back to… Do eyelashes grow back?
They do grow back, unless there’s a reason for them not to. If you get laser hair removal treatments on your eyelash tabbing, obviously they aren’t coming back. If there is some type of health reason that prevents them from growing, they won’t (obviously).
Otherwise, it’s almost a given that they will, indeed, grow back – and pretty much the same as they were before. They won’t be thicker, they won’t be thinner, they’ll be more or less the same, once they eventually grow back in, which could take months.
Any tips on how to keep your lashes healthy or grow your eyelashes back?
Now, there are many ways to keep the eyelash tabbing healthy and to try to promote growth. This is where I’m going to give you some of the tips that I’ve learned to help keep my lashes in top shape.
They should be kept clean, of course. This goes without saying for your whole body, not just your eyelash tabbing. For people who use makeup (who doesn’t?), this is even more important, because that area can actually be a breeding ground for bacteria if it’s not kept clean!
Use water-resistant mascara, not water-proof mascara. It’s a lot easier to remove the former, and it’s a lot gentler on your eyelids.
Proper nutrition can be critical to promoting great, healthy eyelashes. Eggs, beans, yogurt, and other foods high in protein actually help to make eyelash tabbing grow faster! Other nutrients, like vitamins c, e, b complex, and a are great for not just your eyelashes but your hair as well! So eat lots of fruit, vegetables, and lean meat!
Does vaseline help eyelashes grow?
Vaseline – and olive oil and emu oil are actually home remedies that supposedly help eyelash tabbing grow back. I have absolutely no idea whether any of these work or not. I haven’t tried them, but I’d love to hear from someone who has!
I guess they are supposed to help keep your eyelash tabbing strong, moisturized, and grow faster. You just apply a tiny little bit of any of the three to your eyelashes – just the tiniest little bit, so it doesn’t get anywhere else.
Once again, that’s not something I have tried personally, but supposedly it has worked for tons of women. There are also commercial products – some that I have tried, and that have worked for me, but I’m not going to go into that here, you need to check out the rest of my blog to find out more!
Please comment below if there is anything I missed, or maybe you have tried the Vaseline, olive oil, or emu oil remedies? Or anything else to help answer ‘Do eyelash tabbing Grow Back?’