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Caring For Your Fake Mink Lashes: Winter Edition


Caring  For  Your  Fake  Mink  Lashes : Winter  Edition


It’s the most wonderful time of the year—snow is falling, Christmas lights glow through frosty windows, and holiday party season is in full swing. But cozy festivities aren’t the only things riding in

on the air this winter. Falling temperatures and humidity levels can wreak havoc on our skin, hair, and even Fake Mink Lashes. Dry skin and hair can disrupt the lash growth cycle, causing lashes to

shed prematurely and grow more slowly than usual. Plus, the cold, dry air can zap lashes of their moisture, making them brittle. So keep mink lashes in good health this season by practising these

winter-care tips.


Take Your Vitamins


Whether you’re a multivitamin kind of person, or eat leafy greens like they’re going extinct, make sure you’re incorporating D, B, and E vitamins into your regimen this winter. Some dieticians claim

that Vitamin B12 strengthens hair, while Vitamin D has recently been linked to hair growth. All three are known to promote skin and hair health, and should give Fake Mink Lashes the boost they

need to survive the dry, frosty days. Talk to your doctor about adding D, B, and E vitamins into your diet, and the right dosage for you. Check your labels. When the humidity drops below 80%,

there’s only one cure—moisturizer and lots of it. But if you are moisturizing around the eyes, make sure to check the ingredients. Oil, glycerin, and wax are your Fake Mink Lashes worst enemies,

breaking down adhesive bonds and causing your extensions to pop off. To keep your sets fuller longer, use only oil-free products within the orbital bone. If your moisturizer is oil-based, no

problem. Just keep it away from your eyes.

 


Practise Safe-steaming


There’s nothing like a dip in a hot tub or a ten-minute steam to chase the winter chill from your bones. And while hot tubs, saunas, and steam rooms are safe for use with Fake Mink Lashes, you

should avoid touching your eyes while you’re using the mink lashes. Extreme heat can soften the adhesive bonds, and rubbing your eyes while the bonds are relaxed can cause mink lashes to

pop off. Don’t

worry though, as long as your steer clear of touching mink lashes, Fake Mink Lashes won’t experience any side effects from the heat; your set will be back to normal as soon as your lashes cool

down again.

Enjoy the holidays, and keep your mink lashes looking merry and bright with these tips from SHALIMAR LASHES SHOP!

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