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    I was wondering if you trimm your natural eyelashes, can they ever grow back? Thankyou !

  • Originally posted by Nina Vasilevich View Post
    I was wondering if you trimm your natural eyelashes, can they ever grow back? Thankyou !
    or if they are burned a little?

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    • Hi Nina,

      I have read about this in the net that a girl trim her lashes...And she said that to grow your lashes, all you need to do is just trim your eye lashes in a very softer way and also always apply Castor oil before going to bed...You need not worry about your lashes it will grow back but to tell you the truth your lashes will be more thicker in a very gradual way.

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      • I burned my eyelashes by my birthday candles,
        They grew back Long and thick as they were before.
        house

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        • I was curious about that, but I would not dare doing it. Get back with us when you can.

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          • Hiya,

            I have to trim my eyelashes because i have lashes like a camel - seriously I trim the ends off with nail clippers and they always grow back just as long and thick as they were.

            Also, if your eyelashes didnt grow back you would have very bald eyelids by now! You lose eyelashes every day.

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            • i've trimmed my kids lashes...lol! when they were babies. when they grew up their lashes were longer than mine and thicker too. it might have helped. one thing's for sure, it would definitely grow.

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              • i regularly trim the edges of mine as they are very long on the ends, they do grow back

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