The Natural Girl’s Guide to Growing her Eyelashes

The Natural Girl’s Guide to Growing her Eyelashes

I wanted to look into the issue of eyelash growth serums, since I see so many people paying a lot of money for artificial lashes or using pricey eyelash growth serums which are full of chemicals. Here is what I am thinking: I have no doubt that many of these serums are effective; I have acquaintances who swear by them. Looking at the ingredient lists of these serums, on the other hand, gives me the creeps. Call me crazy, but I do not feel like slathering manmade chemicals on my eyeballs (the parts which help me SEE) every day for something like eyelashes. Alternatively, if you like your eyelashes but want to have a much more beautiful look during an event, you can choose high-quality false eyelashes from Lilac St. They will give you a stunning authentic look during the whole event. 

Here are the things I did to transform my 6/10 ordinary lashes into the longest they have ever been. I am actually quite proud of my eyelashes because they are proof that you do not need a ton of chemicals to get a certain level of beauty. The majority of the time, nature already has everything you require.


I am sure you have heard of this amazing nutrient (it is enjoying a bit of a health craze right now). Are you wondering if the hoopla is justified? Well, let me tell you, it is totally worth all of the buzz. Let me tell you about all the other amazing things it does for your body before I get into its eyelash-growing magic. Collagen is extremely beneficial to the intestines, joints, hair, and nails. It is a one-of-a-kind protein which is extremely beneficial to connective tissue (think elasticity and flexibility). It is also great for having plump skin, long, and strong nails, and last but not least fast growing hair.

I first purchased collagen in September 2017 to aid my gut health, but I was not opposed to it also assisting me in achieving glossy, long hair. I was not expecting much (I expected the improvement to be minor). But everything has changed; my lashes and my fingernails were growing so quickly and so powerfully. It is what your body can accomplish when given the proper tools. You can take collagen in a pill form or even you can make a collagen-coffee to use every morning.

I know it is tempting to skip this stage and jump right to the hidden techniques and such, but never underestimate the impact of one basic, foundational choice: eat real, whole foods and drink enough of water, and watch your body transform. From your skin to your belly button to the tippy ends of your eyelashes, everything is covered.

Castor oil is a natural way to grow eyelashes

You have probably heard of castor oil or used it before, but it is especially good for growing your eyelashes naturally. First and foremost, what exactly is castor oil? The castor bean is used to make castor oil. It is brimming with ricinoleic acid, a fatty acid which appears to aid in inflammation reduction and hair development. Castor oil is frequently used to hydrate the scalp, stimulate hair follicles, and soften/smooth hair, AKA, it is ideal for lengthening your lashes. I have been applying Castor oil for around 8 months. I was super consistent at first, and now I use it once or twice a week for eyelash upkeep (when I remember). It is straightforward, natural, and effective.

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Here the instruction to use it:

  • Rub a drop or two of castor oil around the eyelid/lash line before night.
  • Next, coat the lashes with a mascara-like applicator.
  • Go to bed at night and let it do its job.
  • If there is any oil residue, rinse with warm water in the morning.

Be gentle with those lovely little eyes of yours

Okay, here we have a very crucial but simple tip. When it comes to developing your lashes, it is critical to remove your eye makeup. Avoid wearing mascara as much as possible, but when you do, make sure to remove it thoroughly and gently. One of the worst things you can do when removing your eye makeup is to be forceful. It can cause lashes to fall out early, weaken them, and eventually inhibit their growth.