Beauty is in the eye of the beholder and what better way on how to make eyelashes grow than to do it naturally. Flutter your naturally long lashes for the paparazzi to take pictures of and men to gaze at. If you have thinning or short eyelashes you may want to know that there are things that you can do to make your eyelashes grow. Before you get your tweezers or go to the eyelash salon, do take a few moments to consider these:
Pulling your eyelashes to make them longer will not work. Worse of all, the strain that’s caused by pulling might have a negative effect on the roots of the eyelashes which may ultimately cause more damage.
Artificial eyelash enhancers being touted by salons are dreadfully expensive and ineffective. Furthermore, the effects of artificial eyelash enhancers are temporary and highly damaging to lashes. Excessive treatment and strain can wear down the eyelashes.
To know how to make eyelashes grow, one must turn back to nature. Nature has everything that we need and we only need to look at her creations to ascertain which ones can do the job. Herbal concoctions are particularly effective as proven and tested by clinical simulations. Herbs such as alfalfa among others, are particularly renowned for its prowess as a phyto-estrogen.
Phyto-estrogens or dietary estrogens have the ability to cause estrogenic effects. Simply put, they can mildly mimic the effects of human estrogen which we all know to be the female growth hormone. As an alternative to estrogen, phyto-estrogens prevent eyelash hair loss.
Finding alfalfa may not be as easy as it sounds specially if you live in a densely urban setting so the next best step to finding a natural remedy is to look for a ready-made solution. These natural solutions can then be applied to the upper and lower base of the eyelash giving you the reassurance that further lash loss will be avoided. Knowing how to make eyelashes grow ultimately leads to knowing and learning how to prevent them from falling in the first place. With the help of natural serums you will have thicker, fuller and longer eyelashes.
Source by Cindy McEntire