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Imagine yourself with long and thick eyelashes that you actually throw your mascara tube and fake eyelashes in the trash can. No more messy mascara remover, raccoon eyes, clumps and painful removal of fake eyelashes. Curious? There really are products available today which makes your eyelashes grow longer and thicker for mascara-free lashes you will love!
Eyelash serums are one of those beauty products that seem too good to be true. But, eyelash serums have now take the spotlight from mascaras and eyelash extensions to achieving longer and thicker eyelashes. If you’re looking for a quick answer, check out this guide to the best eyelash serums out there.
What are Eyelash Serums and how do they work?
Eyelash Serums are over the counter beauty products. They usually come in a small tube and usually applied to the eyelashes twice a day in order to promote eyelashes growth making them thicker and longer. Such products have vitamins and components that keep the eyelashes healthy.
Eyelash serums work in either 2 ways: One is strengthening the hair itself to stop falling off or premature breakage of hair. Two is by ensuring the long-lasting growth of eyelash follicles in order to produce gorgeous lashes.
However, when buying eyelash serums you need to conduct a thorough research first and choose carefully. This is because buying the wrong product can lead to dangerous side effects such as:
- Iris pigmentation
- Itchy eyes
- Skin pigmentation
- Darkened eyelids
So, when looking for an eyelash serum, here are some factors you need to look out:
A great, high-quality eyelash serum only contains natural ingredients which are not harmful to the eyes. Because the eyes are very sensitive, it is important to choose a serum that has undergone numerous testing and are proven safe to use. Other than natural ingredients, a good eyelash serum also contains minerals and vitamins for healthy eyelash growth.
- Makeup Compatibility
Makeups are a girl’s best friend. And if you feel the same, then look for an eyelash serum that is compatible for makeups. This should give you the advantage of using the serum for longer periods of time even with a mascara on.
- Type of Result you Expect
You need to determine what kind of results you expect. If you have brittle and dry eyelashes that are prone to breakage, then you want to choose a moisturizing eyelash growth serum. Such serums have natural moisturizers for nourishing your eyelashes.
If you want to focus on just growing your eyelashes, then choose a product specifically designed to stimulate hair growth. However, you need to be very patient. Most eyelash serums can take at least 4 weeks before you see some noticeable results.
The cosmetic industry undoubtedly is one of the largest industries in the world. It comes with advertisements and a strong influential message that anyone can look better than they appear and increases your attractiveness. Who wouldn’t fall for this? Any women out there would have a collection of a minimum of four to five cosmetic items in their makeup box. What is a Cosmetic? There would be none who isn’t familiar with this name. Who doesn’t love dabbing a bit of makeup before a party or function? A cosmetic highlights every part of your face and adds beauty. A cosmetic is a chemical compound that is applied to your hair, body or face to highlight, alter its appearance and add fragrance to it. However, all the products may not be synthetic and artificial. For instance, coconut oil for hair is a natural cosmetic for hair. As we know, makeup is applied externally to the body and does not affect the normal functioning of the body. There are different types of cosmetics we will see one by one.
Primer is a cosmetic that is applied to the actual makeup is done. It covers any pores in your face and makes the process of applying makeup smoother. Primer helps to sustain the makeup wear for a longer time.
Lip balm and lipstick.
Lip balm is applied to make your lips smoother before you wear lipstick. It makes any chapped lips look smooth. They add colour to the lips. Lipstick is applied with a rollerball or can be applied using hands. They are made of dye and comes in different colour. A lipstick is bought after matching it with one’s skin tone.
Concealer is used to cover up any marks on your skin. It does away with any blemishes like magic! It is thicker than foundation. Concealer provides a good base for applying makeup. The makeup is hence done over the concealer and foundation.
Foundation has a creamy texture and has to be bought matching your skin tone. Foundation provides a smooth base to start applying your makeup. It evens out any pores on your face.
Face powder not only gives a matte finish to the foundation but is also used to prolong the effect of your makeup. It makes sure the concealer and foundation are not worn away.
A blush usually comes in shades of red and is used to highlight the cheeks and make it look plump.
A highlighter has a glossy appearance and is used to make all the sharp features of your face to stand out. It adds shimmer to the face.
Mascara is used for thickening the eyebrows and beautify it. Eyeshadow highlights the eye and eyelids. Eyeliners are used to define the eyes.
Perfume adds fragrance to the body and keeps you fresh all day!
The cosmetic industry is undoubtedly one of the most profit making industries in the world. Any cosmetic is a chemical substance that is applied externally o the body. It does not affect the internal functioning of your body. However, in the long run, the effects of chemical makeups have seemed to be troublesome to skin and hair. Any makeup on the face can pass through the pores of the face and get into your body in very minute quantities each time it is applied. When makeups are administered frequently, then, there seems to be a problem. In the long run, using of chemical compounds, can bring dis-coloration to the face, cause allergy and can lead to skin cancer. With the luring advertisements, you tend to fall for chemical compounds each time. But natural products are catching on. What is there is an alternative to keep your skin healthy in the long run?
Go for natural makeups.
If you want to look beautiful without looking made up? Go for natural makeups. Natural makeups come with a lot of advantages than your artificial cosmetics. It does not damage your skin and hair in any way. They are environmentally friendly and produced using natural substances. For instance, lipsticks can be made using berries (or some seeds of berries). They provide the required enhancement to the lips. Soaps and moisturizers are made using the extracts of fruits and vegetables. Flower essence maybe extracted to make perfumes. Other earthly materials like clay, mica, wax, starch etc. are used in face masks. The advantage of natural makeups is that they beautify your skin in the long run without any ill effects. Natural makeups are best for sensitive skin and come free of any irritants, otherwise present in all synthetic makeups.
Check the company.
Always check with the company and ingredients before you make the purchase. There arise chances of getting cheated. Many company’s offer products, claiming it is natural. You need to check for how natural the products are, before the purchase. Check if the product has a USDA clarification.
Top natural makes up brands.
1) RMS beauty.
It is heard the organic makeup brand RMS beauty can be good enough to eat! All the ingredients used in the product are natural and beneficial. The process of manufacture avoids any form of heat to the products. Their metallic cream is the most popular product. They keep the body well hydrated. Coconut oil, Cocoa butter seed, jojoba seed oil, etc. are some of the other famous products.
2) Josie Maran.
All the products of Josie Maran use Argan oil. It is their primary ingredient. The Argan colour stick has excellent reviews and is wholly natural. All their products are long lasting and stay on the skin for a long time.
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