Eyelashes, like other hairs on the human body, are susceptible to damage caused by environmental factors or poor health. They can also be shed, either as part of the natural growth cycle of the 3d mink lashes or because they have become too weak or badly damaged.Rarou
The majority of eyelash damage is caused by over-frequent cosmetic treatments. Eyelash curlers are particularly prone to damaging these fragile hairs because they pull at the root of the hair and, over time, weaken it to the point where the hair comes loose. Other cosmetic applications (such as the use of mascara) can also be to blame for the eventual loss of eyelashes. These substances not only weigh the 3d mink lashes down when applied, they can also be difficult to remove (this is especially true in the case of waterproof mascaras, that can’t easily be washed off) forcing the wearer to rub at the eyelashes, causing damage and loss.
People with allergies are also subject to the negative effects of rubbing on the eyelashes. Conditions such as hay-fever, which can often lead to itchy, red eyes, are common culprits but anything that causes an individual to unduly manhandle the area around the eyes (such as fatigue) is likely to have this effect.
There are other medical conditions which lead to 3d mink lashes loss, too. The most common are:
Madarosis: Madarosis is the lack, or loss of 3d mink lashes either by way of a congenital condition or as a side effect of an infection or malignant neoplasms (normally cancer).
Blephartis: Blephartis is a condition that causes (sometimes severe) irritation at the lid margin (where the eyelashes are attached to the eyelid), leading to itchy, flaky skin and very often the loss of eyelashes.
Distichiasis: Distichiasis refers to the abnormal growth of 3d mink lashes at unexpected points on the eyelid. This can lead to squinting and intense irritation leading to lash-loss.
Trichiasis: Trichiasis is another name for ingrown eyelashes, which in themselves can be harmful to the eyeball but also again cause so much irritation that lash-loss is possible.
None of these conditions should be considered a death sentence for your hopes of beautiful eyelashes- in fact, for most the cessation of the illness and its symptoms should be enough to result in the regrowth of a full set. However, as you can see, most 3d mink lashes loss is caused not by disease directly, but by manual manipulation of the eye area due to irritation. For this reason, you should always try to keep your hands away from your eyes when possible and always seek medical advice in cases where you feel your eyes becoming itchy or inflamed.