Artificial eyelashes are a great option for enhancing your look and making your eyes look bigger. Especially fun for photo shoots, weddings and holiday parties, putting lashes on can be easy, if you know how.
First, get lashes that are soft and have a thin band. This makes them easier to bend to your eye shape.
Next, measure the lashes by comparing them to yours. They should not be longer than your natural lash line. If they are longer, cut them on the outside end to fit.
Apply mascara to your eyelashes. Let it dry.
Add clear or black eyelash glue, depending on your preference, to the artificial lashes. Let the glue get tacky before you adhere the band to your natural lashes.
Stick the lashes to your lashes, not to your eyelid. Press with your fingertips and let dry.
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Done. Now you can go party. Your lashes should stay until the morning when you gently peel them off.
For both women and men, having a full head of hair can be as simple as getting a good night’s sleep, regularly.
Healthy, happy and well-nourished bodies contribute to functioning hair follicles. This means that if you exercise, get good nutrition and keep the stress in your life to a positive, your hair will not only grow, it will also hold on.
Shedding or loss of hair is often due to severe demands on the body and mind. The body thinks it is in a state of emergency and will shed or stop producing the things it doesn’t need such as hair, scalp sebum and body weight.
Making it a habit to get a good night’s rest and to exercise and eat healthy can calm your organism and encourage it to show signs of vitality. That means you get flowy, shiny hair and healthy, glowing skin…coveted gems in the beauty world!
If you spend time being healthy you will spend time looking healthy. The old refrains ring true: you really ARE what you eat and princesses really DO need their beauty rest.
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Note: Hair loss is one of the first signs of stress or disease in humans. If you are losing hair, please consult your physician and evaluate your lifestyle patterns.