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Make the Most of Your Lashes

When investing in your eyelashes, it only makes sense that you'd want to get the most out of your purchase and make them last. Following the Aftercare tips below is the best way to ensure you keep those lashes looking luscious, for longer. Keep Them Dry One of the most crucial steps begins once you leave your lash appointment. Keep your lashes dry for the first 24 hours after your appointment. You must avoid showers, pools, steam rooms, and extreme heat for the first 48 hours following your appointment. Never use direct, hard water pressure on your lashes. Brush Daily Make sure to consistently brush your lashes--gently, and in an 'up and out' motion--with a clean eyelash/mascara brush. Brush

Winterize Your Eyes

For many of us, the arrival of winter means time to prepare the car, get out the hats and gloves, and further moisturize and protect our skin. Many don't realize, however, our hair and lashes are just as important when it comes to needing protection from the elements. The dropping of temperature and humidity levels can weaken your skin and eyelashes. Dry skin and hair can disrupt the lash growth cycle causing the lashes to shed prematurely and grow slower than usual. But fear not! There is much to be done when it comes to protecting your eyelashes from the cold weather. Below are my tips and tricks to keeping those luscious lashes flawless and winter-ready. Take Your Vitamins Cold, dry air c

the Real History of Fake Lashes

Lash extensions, falsies, fake lashes...whatever you call 'em or prefer to use. While many enjoy the luxuries of beautifying the eyelashes, not many know where those little locks of loveliness originated...furthermore, not many realize how far back they originated. The First Faux Lash Picture it. 1916, on the production set of D.W. Griffith's film, Intolerance. Griffith’s vision of the films leading lady, played by Seena Owen, has not been created up to par. He remarks that the heroine was to have lashes that “brushed her cheeks, to make her shine larger than life.” Griffith ordered a local wig maker to design, what would later be regarded as the first false lashes, for the task. Made simply

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