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Lash Shedding: What, Why and How to Prevent It?

Starting your new career as a lash artist, you may hear big complaints from clients about how much their lashes are falling out, especially in this time (fall season). You must be very confused and don’t know how to explain to them. So, this blog is for you. Keep scrolling and we will walk you through profound knowledge about lash shedding: its causes and methods to prevent it.

What is lash losing?

Lash shedding, also known as eyelash loss or eyelash fall-out, refers to the natural process of losing eyelashes. Each eyelash has a life cycle of about 3 to 6 months, during which it grows, rests, and eventually falls out to make room for a new one. This shedding is part of the body’s natural renewal process. On average, a person can lose 1 to 5 eyelashes per day without any cause for concern and the extensions will go with them.

Cycles of lash growing before shedding
Lash growth cycles

Common cause of lash shedding

Aging: As we age, the rate of eyelash shedding tends to increase. This is a natural part of the aging process and cannot be entirely prevented.

Eye makeup: The frequent use of mascara, eyeliner, and eyelash curlers can weaken and damage your lashes, leading to increased shedding. It’s crucial to remove makeup gently and avoid excessive rubbing.

Poor eyelash care: Neglecting proper eyelash hygiene can contribute to lash shedding. Be sure to clean your eyelashes regularly to remove dirt and debris.

Allergies: Allergic reactions to eye makeup or eye care products can cause inflammation and lead to lash loss. If you suspect an allergy, consult a dermatologist or allergist for guidance.

Medical conditions: Certain medical conditions, such as thyroid disorders and alopecia areata, can result in increased lash shedding. Treating the underlying condition is essential to address this issue.

Nutritional deficiencies: A diet lacking essential nutrients, particularly vitamins and proteins, can affect the health of your lashes. Ensure you maintain a well-balanced diet to support lash growth.

Factors causing lash falling out
Common causes of lash shedding

 

How to prevent lash from falling out

While some lash is inevitably dropping, you can take steps to minimize it and maintain healthy eyelashes:

Gentle makeup removal: Use a gentle, oil-based makeup remover to eliminate eye makeup without tugging or pulling on your lashes.

Eyelash serums: Consider using eyelash serums containing ingredients like biotin, peptides, and hyaluronic acid, which can promote lash growth and reduce shedding.

Avoid overuse of eyelash extensions: While eyelash extensions can enhance your lashes’ appearance, excessive use can weaken your natural lashes and lead to shedding.

Maintain a balanced diet: Incorporate foods rich in vitamins A, C, E, and Biotin into your diet to support lash health.

Hydration: Stay adequately hydrated to promote overall hair and lash health.

5 tips to prevent lash from losing
5 tips to prevent lash from shedding

For more in-depth tips to improve lash retention, view details in our blog post

 

Lash shedding treatment

If you’re experiencing excessive lash shedding or have sparse lashes due to various factors, there are treatments available to help

Lash growth serums: Over-the-counter and prescription lash growth serums can stimulate lash growth and reduce shedding. These products typically require consistent daily use for several weeks to see results.

Serum for lash growth
Serum for lash growth

Lash extensions: If you desire immediate length and volume, professionally applied lash extensions can provide a temporary solution. However, be cautious not to overdo it, as mentioned earlier.

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Latisse: Latisse is a prescription medication specifically designed to promote eyelash growth. Consult a healthcare provider to determine if it’s a suitable option for you.

 

Lash shedding is a natural part of the eyelash growth cycle, and losing a few eyelashes daily is normal. However, if you’re concerned about excessive lash shedding, it’s essential to identify the underlying causes and take steps to prevent further loss. By practicing proper eyelash care, maintaining a healthy lifestyle, and considering treatments when necessary, you can enjoy longer, fuller, and more beautiful eyelashes.