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How to Make Your Eyelashes Look Longer Without Applying Lash Extensions

Every feature on your face was made to make you more beautiful. From your eyes to your lips and even your eyelashes, beauty unfolds every time you take care of your skin. And to enhance this beauty, there are so many supplements available. For instance, there’s lipstick to beautify your lips, hair extensions for you hair, fake nails for your fingers and lash extensions for your eyelashes. However, not everyone likes to apply these artificials all the time. If this is you, you’ll most definitely want to know how to make your eyelashes look longer and thicker without applying lash extensions.

Not everyone feels comfortable in fake eyelashes yet they want their eyelashes to pop out so they can look good. Is this even possible?

It sure is! And beauty experts have come up with tips on how to make your eyelashes look longer and thicker even without applying lash extensions.

You don’t have to opt for false lashes all the time because you want to look good. Follow these tips on how to make your eyelashes look longer and thicker and save the lash extensions for rare occasions.

How to Make Your Eyelashes Look Longer and Thicker

1. Use Your Eyelash Curler

lady using eyelash curler on her eyelashes

Eyelash curler comes in handy to make your lashes appear thicker. To achieve this, you have to first curl your lashes before going on to apply your mascara. It gives your eyelashes some curve and an illusion of an extension. Just make sure you aim for a curl that looks natural rather than a sharp bend.

If you don’t have a lash curler, use a spoon. Simply hold the edge of the spoon to your lash roots while the inner side faces out. Then use your thumb to press your lashes up around the edge of the spoon. Afterwards, move your thumb upwards on your lashes to smoothen them out so they can look longer

2. Apply Multiple Coats of Your Mascara

pretty lady applying mascara to her eyelashes

When applying your mascara, you have to first apply from root to tip on both eyes. Then apply a second coat, this time around, from the tip to the root of your lashes. This will help straighten out and lengthen your lashes, making it look thicker.

Furthermore, when using your mascara, go for one that has a thin, fine-tooth wand. This will enable you achieve precision especially if your lashes are short.

3. Condition Your Lashes with Natural Oils

Natural Oils like coconut oil, shea butter, almond oil, etc., are needed to spur the growth of your lashes while healing damaged ones. You can use any of them to condition your eyelashes overnight or before you apply your makeup.

4. Apply a Lash Growth Product

Just like natural oils, a lash growth product will help to lengthen your lashes. However, before applying any lash growth serum, you have to be sure they pose no side effects.

5. Use an Eyelash Primer

lady applying primer one her eyelashes

Applying an eyelash primer before your mascara can help prevent the mascara from smearing. Lash primers make it easier to use a mascara. Plus, they help you achieve that natural thick lashes.

6. Apply Your Eyeliner

eyeliner drawn on the eye lashes

Another tip on how to make your eyelashes look longer and thicker is to apply your eyeliner very close to your lash line. If the line is bolder, your lashes look fuller.

Knowing how to make your eyelashes look longer will save you the stress of wearing fake eyelashes all the time. If you would like a visual tutorial to guide you on how to go about this, watch the video below.

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Victoria B. Willie

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