I’ve used this method for years – I’ve tried many different techniques such as hair spray (or spray on straight) and even massage. It worked for a while, then I realized all this was very expensive, so I started to look for alternative ways. There’s just no way that you can go cheap enough to make doing a “massage” really inexpensive and painless (yet it works for me and I don’t need to get an appointment for it). So I started to look for the same kind of treatments that have been getting me so much better hair. And I came up with the way. I’m going to share my method with everyone. Here we go.
The basics of fingernails are you’ve got lots of nails; the ones you put on during the day. You can use as many of them at once, or use shorter fingernails (which, in my case, I still have long fingernails). My usual technique is to use one long and two short ones. I start with short ones that are at least 1.5 inches in length. I’ll cut the nail just inside the first nail and then use a scissors to trim it off slightly. Repeat this pattern three times for the first nail. The process continues with more short and eventually thicker ones.
Your nails are like your fingers when you hold them up. They move around a bit like those fingers when you’re putting things on your face or a table. So the movement starts with the nail tips and ends with the fingers. The whole nail must stay in the same direction, and moving it can result in a bunch of broken/lost hairs.
This method gets you super thick lashes, but it’s not the way to do it. So how about you do what we call “massage” yourself? This is when you massage both the length and width of the nail – the tip, or at least the part of the nail you would be holding on with your fingertips. Make sure both sides of each nail meet at the end. If you massage one end of the nail, you should make a space around it about like a half circle (maybe with some finger pressure on the sides or inside to get the nail flat on the surface).
I started to do this technique back in 2003 and have tried it in so many different ways. It seems to work best for thicker hair and shorter hair. A lot of it is trial and error; sometimes when you get something you like and start to do it for
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