Tips and Tricks

Tip Tuesday #60

Here is another tip for Tip Tuesday!

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Want your lashes to grow without expensive serums?

I have mentioned before that I have super straight sad lashes that do not stay curled when I apply regular mascara.  Due to this fact, whenever I wear mascara, I use waterproof mascara. You may have heard that wearing waterproof mascara is bad for your lashes and that it will make them dry and brittle.

Maybelline Great Lash Mascara | lookingjoligood.wordpress.com

Whenever I wear waterproof mascara, I remove it with coconut oil (this was tip #35).  After a little while of doing this, I noticed that instead of the waterproof mascara making my lashes becoming dry and brittle, my lashes were actually growing and becoming stronger from the coconut oil.

As you have probably guessed, this week’s tip is to apply coconut oil to your lashes to help strengthen and lengthen them.

Added bonus, I also use the coconut oil as an under eye serum and I think that it makes a big difference.

Keep in mind that a little bit goes a long way and if you use too much coconut oil you will get it into your eye and end up with blurred vision, not fun!

coconut oil | lookingjoligood.blog

Let me know if you try it out and what you think! If you are enjoying these tips every Tuesday you can check them all out by clicking HERE.

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5 thoughts on “Tip Tuesday #60

    1. You could save and sanitize old mascara wands. Or just get disposable ones… By the way, Laura, I’ve read and seen sources citing it as being slightly comedogenic. Just feeding this information to you… I know it promotes hair growth. In fact, Indians typically massage them into the hair and scalp before a warm bath and even if we do reapply, it is typically just massaged into the hair and not the scalp.

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