Here's How to Remove Your Makeup Without Damaging Your Precious Eyelashes
This age of beauty has led to some serious enhancements for eyelashes, from lash extensions, to lash lifts, lash tints to serums that make them thicker, and everything in between. Even wearing false eyelashes has become more widely accepted than it was before. We're more than willing to put time, effort, and money into making our eyelashes look as long and full as our hearts desire. And while we make sure we're taking care of our lashes when we enhance them with procedures and treatments, we often don't think about aftercare when we're doing one of the more basic activities: removing our makeup.
There isn't much evidence to suggest that makeup removal has any effect at all on your eyelashes, but skincare experts agree that there is, in fact, a correct way to remove your makeup to minimise any damage that may be caused to your lashes. The method of removal is important, as are the ingredients in the removers that you choose to use. The general consensus is to treat your lashes very delicately, the same way you do when you're cleansing your face: everything you use around your lashes should be gentle, and you'll be good to go.
If you've been struggling with lash breakage, or just want to know the best way to remove your makeup in order to prevent future damage, check out what the experts had to say ahead.