False eyelashes made of synthetic materials are not breathable, so eyelashes are more likely to dry out. Over time, the elements will peel off and your eyelashes will look dull. In some cases, you may experience an infection or develop a rash around the lash line due to the use of false eyelashes every day. Don't drag large amounts of mascara through false eyelashes, unless you enjoy an arduous cleansing.
Our natural lashes are great for keeping dirt and oils away. Good hygiene combined with the power to trap dirt from eyelashes can keep dirt, germs and bacteria at bay. Ultimately, they can make our eyes feel good and healthy. False eyelashes can increase the risk of dirt and debris being trapped below the lash line.
Glues, makeup, oil, and germs can clog pores and seep into eyelashes. Without general maintenance, false eyelashes can become a breeding ground for infections and diseases. I searched for articles on the Internet to find a quick way to remove glue from eyelashes and found that oils were useful in dissolving residual stickiness. In addition to that, regardless of the type of glue you choose, it's very important that you don't let your eyelashes touch the water before removing them at night.
It's ideal for hot dates and special occasions, but the more you use false eyelashes, the more pressure you'll put on those tiny, delicate hair follicles from which real eyelashes sprout. With my fingers, I tried to make the strip stick to the line of my bare eyelashes, it was a big struggle since the glue was still a little damp. In that case, you have to be very careful or you'll end up with a scattered lash line that will drain your confidence. If your eyelash skills aren't good, then you should limit the use of eyelashes to photo shoots, special events, and girls' nights out.
Part of being able to use false eyelashes daily without causing harm is knowing how to remove them safely. When you use false eyelashes, if you use low quality lashes, you're even more at risk of irritation and infection, since they don't hide the things your real eyelashes work so hard to protect you from. Although some people swear that it's OK to wear false eyelashes on a daily basis, most beauty experts agree that it's not a good idea. There are now tons of masks that are made with natural ingredients that can help strengthen your eyelashes.
I drew a liquid line, applied a thin layer of glue to the band, highlighted my eyelashes and sealed them with just a touch of mascara. If you wear false eyelashes from time to time, such as when you become a bridesmaid again or on Halloween, it won't hurt much, but you should still take precautions to keep things clean and avoid infections or damage your cornea. After years of curling and covering my eyelashes without success, I stopped fighting them and learned to accept their nature. I started the week with Ardell Natural Lashes 110, which provide extra length and help my real eyelashes stay lifted.
Wind- and rain-resistant, no matter what the day goes by, your lashes will always stay in place all day long. Along the way, I stopped bad eyelash habits and discovered valuable tricks for applying, removing and caring for false eyelashes (and also real ones).