Eyelashes Extensions in Sydney

There is more and more women in Sydney seeking Eyelashes Extensions.

Read about a new treatment used by Brooke Shields to increase the size of your eyelashes.

It is a good idea to get in contact with a professional that makes you  happy with the work she makes with your eyelashes.
I went to find some tips for you no who to care about your Eyelashes.
 
How to make your eyelashes grow
Oh, the pains we women go through just to look beautiful. We suck in our breaths and endure girdles or abdominal binders just to give the impression of a flat stomach. We endure the pain of going Brazilian for the sake of a smooth finish. And those foolish enough to believe it actually works, go as far as plucking eyelashes – yes, eyelashes not eyebrows – to achieve that sultry look. Mascara would have done the trick, but we women can be foolish and stubborn creatures.

Our eyelashes are meant to protect our eyes from dust and other foreign matter. Besides this God-given practical function, eyelashes are used by most women as leverage in getting the attention of that someone they absolutely like. But undesirable cosmetic practices (such as not washing off mascara completely or gluing false eyelashes) and aging all play a role in our lashes falling out. Certain medication, chemotherapeutic drugs and other medical conditions like thyroid problems can also contribute to thinning eyelashes. And as any woman who has plucked lashes once for the sake of beauty knows, growing back one single eyelash is next to impossible.

But that doesn’t mean it can’t be done. Now, revolutionary products known as eyelash growth products stimulate the hair follicles so that eyelashes start to grow back in a matter of weeks. These eyelash growth stimulators are topical solutions that lengthen and thicken existing eyelashes in as short as three weeks and encourage the growth of new ones in a month and a half. Most of these eyelash growth products can be bought over-the-counter and has little or no side effects. However, there are some prescription eyelash growth products that sting and burn, discolor the iris and blur the vision.

Eyelash growth products are usually applied on a daily basis for users to see tangible results in a matter of weeks. However, for it to work as effectively as it should, women who are using mascara or other cosmetics to enhance short lashes should stop using these so they can make the most of these eyelash growth products. For those on chemotherapy, it is advisable to start using eyelash growth products only after treatments have been completed and hair has started to grow back to experience its full benefits.

Unless the foolish kid who lives inside all of us decide that we can “open up our eyes” by plucking out our lashes, losing eyelashes is a natural part of the aging process. Thankfully, with eyelash growth products, it is now possible to grow them back. More than simply growing them, these topical solutions also thicken and lengthen lashes that help enhance looks and give women that added boost of confidence as she goes about her daily tasks. With eyelash growth products, women don’t have to go through the pains of putting on mascara or gluing false eyelashes just to give her that sultry look she needs to bag the man of her dreams. Longer, thicker and more beautiful eyelashes are just a few drops away.

Article source: http://www.articlesnatch.com/Article/Eyelash-Growth-Products—Things-You-Really-Should-Know/1889537#ixzz18LIJKZOw
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Self-Confidence & Body Image Master Coach. Author, speaker, blogger and head editor of Sydney4women.com.au encourages women to find their real beauty and believe in themselves. Google

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