Removing makeup at night and cleaning eyelashes thoroughly is essential for healthy eyelash growth. A cleansing balm like Drunk Elephant can help melt away mascara and other persistent makeup. Eyelash extensions can damage or tear natural eyelashes, but they usually grow back within a few months if the hair follicles are still intact. To reduce the risk of natural eyelash loss, it's important to make sure that extensions are only applied to eyelashes that have progressed sufficiently in the growth cycle.
If someone isn't sure why their eyelashes fall out, it's best to talk to a doctor to determine the underlying cause. Treating the scalp with topical solutions can promote healthy hair growth in the rest of the body by stimulating blood circulation. Mascara, glue and eyelash extensions don't help regrow eyelashes, so it's best to avoid them. To achieve a natural look that extends natural eyelashes by 2 mm, opt for a “volumizing” formula.
Asako and Naoko, certified eyelash stylists and owners of Divine Lashes, suggest that if you're trying to regrow your eyelashes, you should use an eyelash growth serum with a prostaglandin analog as its magic ingredient. Clinical trials have demonstrated a 25% increase in eyelash length when this peptide is used in eyelash serums. Additionally, holding your lashes with stainless steel isn't the best way to promote growth. You can see a dramatic difference in length and density when using growth serums, and lashes tend to grow faster.