Wash off well
Although we remember to get rid of eyeliner and kajal from the eyelid, we often forget about the lashes. If you allow mascara or even its residue to accumulate on them, you’re asking for an eye infection. Hence, use a cotton pad with the Lakmé Absolute Bi-Phased Makeup Remover to remove any buildup. Then use the Lakmé Deep Pore Cleanser (enriched with Avocado Extracts and Vitamin E that benefit this delicate area) to ensure that no residue is left behind.
Oil them up
If you thought oil was only restricted to your hair and body, it’s time to think again. On a bare skin day, apply a few drops of lanolin oil to your eye lashes. This all-natural treatment will work through the day to moisturise your lashes without getting them greasy and in time, make them fuller.
As much as you enjoy applying that final swipe of mascara, take a day off from makeup to give your follicles some breathing time. Avoid false lashes and eyelash extensions regularly and use them only when necessary as bad application can lead to hair fall. If you have an itch in your eye, resist scratching and tugging at your eyes and instead, trust eye drops.
Opt for Petroleum Jelly
If you’ve found your lashes turning brittle and falling excessively, it’s time to jelly them up. Apply Vaseline Pure Skin Jelly over your lashes before you hit the sack for them to get moisturised and strengthened overnight. Fuller, healthier lashes – here we come!