02-11-2014 06:23 PM
You will need Coconut Oil
a bit of Avocado Oil
and disposable mascara wands.
02-11-2014 07:10 PM
I've been using just castor oil and it's really made a difference in my stubby lashes. I haven't mixed it with other oils. I've been doing it every night for about 2 months. A friend of mine just had lash extensions removed because she was getting eye infections. When she had them removed her real lashes were a mess and she's also been using castor oil and they are almost as long as when she had extensions.
02-11-2014 08:21 PM
I have been using rose hips seed oil on my eyelashes and they've really grown since using it. I use a cleaned up mascara wand too. Now I want to add the coconut oil, based on this recipe- it certainly cannot hurt since i use coconut oil to remove eye makeup and haven't had any issues.
02-11-2014 08:42 PM
I've used Castor Oil in the Oil Cleansing Method for over a decade. I sometimes wonder if it is one reason for my long, thick, naturally curled lashes.
But it has not done anything to help my brows. I always have both Castor Oil & Virgin Coconut Oil on hand. I might have to pick up some AO & give this a try!
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