Natural Lash Care
Natural lashes are a beautiful thing. They're your own, after all—they're unique to you, and they make you who you are.
But what happens when they grow and fall out? You might be wondering how often this happens in the first place, or why it's so important to keep them clean.
Natural lashes grow at a rate of about two millimeters a month—which means that if you were born with short lashes, they'll never be long enough to reach your brows. However, if you're lucky enough to have been born with longer lashes, they can grow up to six inches over the course of your lifetime!
Natural lashes fall out on an average of once every three weeks—but that doesn't mean you need to panic if one falls out unexpectedly in front of someone at work. It's normal! Just make sure that when it does happen (if it does), you don't pick it up off the floor and put it back on your face: that's why we have spares...
When it comes to keeping your natural lashes clean, there are several things you should do: wash them with warm water every day; use a gentle soap and keep natural oils from your hands away. Take breaks from lash extensions and take proper care of lash strips in between wears.