One Of The Most Dangerous Beauty Salon Treatments And Its Alternative


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One Of The Most Dangerous Beauty Salon Treatments And Its Alternative


Nowadays, most people are looking for ways to change their physical appearance to improve how the look. Improving your outward looks leads to increased morale and self-esteem. People try out many ways and methods to improve their looks ranging from natural ways to the use of beauty products. As it is said, everything has a price to bear. Therefore, incorporating these beauty products in daily routine to improve your general outward looks can be beneficial and damaging as well.

The Dangers of Dyeing Your Eyebrows

Most women with light coloured or blond eyelashes are persuaded to dye their lashes to improve their looks. Instead of applying mascara on your lashes, dying them is an alternative to improve their state. The dye remains on the lashes until the eyelashes naturally fall and replaced by others. Before you choose which beauty product to use for dying, your lashes proceed with great caution. This is because there is an increase in counterfeit goods and products flocking the global market and using some for your eyelashes may result in dire consequence. Eyelashes are very close to the eyes; some of the most delicate organs in the body so you should always ensure to use the safest products for dying your lashes.

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It is not a recommendation to use eyelash dyes

As much as you want to improve the state of your eyelashes, it is always advisable to avoid dying your eyelashes. There are many reasons why most people are advised to avoid using eyelashes dying products. Although some salons and spas advocate for some eyelashes dyes, it is always advisable to avoid the eyelashes dyes as much as possible. One of the severest side effects of eyelashes dyes is that it can result in blindness. As much as you may be willing to improve the state of your eyelashes, it is not worth it if there is a high risk of not seeing the improvements after you go blind.

Also, most of the commonly used products to dye eyelashes can cause eye inflammation, infection or swelling of the eyes. This can add you more cost on your budget as you have to see an ophthalmologist to take care of the eye infection and may be required to get some antibiotics to help clear the infection. For this reason, most doctors and specialists highly discourage the use of eyelashes dyeing products for eyelash tinting or dyeing. Some institutions prohibit eyelash dyeing either by use of natural or synthetic products either at home or by the professionals.

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Also, there are no proven organic or natural eyelashes. Since these dyes are used to change the colour of the eyelashes, the products that are used to dye the hair may be the ones that are also used for eyelash tinting and dyeing. Some of these products used in dyeing the hair are not approved to be used for the eyelashes hence posing a great danger to your eye’s health. Even for the products used for dyeing the hair, it is always advisable to read the instructions on the products carefully, to determine their side effects.


Is it possible to carefully dye your eyelashes?

Although it is highly discouraged to dye your eyelashes, it is possible to dye your eyelashes carefully. Most spa and salons have eyelash dyeing as one of their products. Most of salon workers are quick at explaining the precautions and side effects of eyelash dyeing. Although they might take high levels of precaution, mistakes are bound to happen during the entire dyeing process. This process is highly discouraged because it increases your chances of contracting eye diseases while undertaking the procedure. Most specialist advocates for the use of mascara for their limited negative side effects. Also, the use of eyelash dyeing products increases the negative side effects of eyelash extensions.

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The safest alternative to having longer and darker eyelashes

Mascara is the safest alternative to having longer and darker eyelashes. For effective results, ensure you apply mascara every morning and remove it in the evening. To prevent the mascara from getting into the eyes, ensure you remove it before you can sleep. If the mascara gets into the eyes, during application it may cause mild irritation, infection or infection in the eyes. Dying the eyes is not a one-time thing, and it is bound to be repeated several times because the lashes naturally fall off. Because dying the eyes is used to improve individual looks, you can use alternative make-up products to achieve the same results. Also, it is advisable to keep in mind that dyeing the eyelashes will only make them darker and not make them thicker, longer or more curled.

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Most people with bright and blond eyelashes perceive that dyeing their eyelashes will make them defined and noticeable. These people can use other make-up alternatives to achieve the same results to avoid the negative side effects of dying your eyelashes. Some of the dire results of dying your eyelashes include causing blindness, swelling, and inflammation and eye infection. The eyes are among the most delicate organs in the human body. It is, therefore, important to protect their health. If it is necessary to use the eyelash dyeing products, ensure to take the appropriate precautions.

Author Bio

Adonia Dennis (@adoniadennis), by profession a Health, Beauty and Skin Care adviser. She provides solutions related to health and beauty problems. She is an independent researcher who researches for all type of skin related issues. She is a passionate blogger who loves to read latest lifestyle news and share her views on health, fitness and diet. Visit Adonia on Facebook, Google+,  and Pinterest.


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