Get the lashes of your dream naturally

Sometimes we wonder why our lashes are so thin and short while others are naturally blesses with beautiful ones. Its about what you eat, a daily diet high in protein and essential fatty acids to have beautiful lashes.The most effective way to improve eyelashes is to focus on the inside out nutrition rich in protein and vitamins like fish, eggs, beans and soy protein, which will help your eyelashes to grow.

Vitamin B-3, (niacin) increases cellular reproduction and  metabolize keratin that promotes hair growth. Foods rich in vitamin B-3 are salmon, chicken, tuna, anchovies, sunflower seeds, peanuts, mushrooms, asparagus, avocado and green peas.

Vitamin H (biotin) promote eyelash growth, increasing blood flow to your hair follicles, and aids the absorption of essential fats, amino acids and carbohydrates that stimulate and maintain healthy eyelashes. Foods rich in vitamin H are milk, soybeans, bananas, mushrooms, sweet potato, sardines, eggs, walnuts, and meat.

Rub castor, jojoba oil and olive onto your lashes before bedtime. Take off all of your eye makeup, wash your face then dampen a cotton swab with the oil mix. Close your eyes and dab it onto your lashes before going to sleep for the night. Rinse your eyes with water if the oil get into your eyes. It takes 3 months to see dramatic results.

5 foods that can prevent balding

While we agree bald is the new cool and sporting a bald head is beautiful, many of you are still worried about the loss of excessive hair. And, if you don’t want to undergo an expensive hair fall treatment and still want to reverse your hair loss, here’s some help – a look at 5 superfoods that can prevent you from losing hair further and may even reverse balding to some extent, at least in some cases.
Eggs and dairy products
It’s a known fact that biotin (Vitamin B7) is a hair growth solution for people suffering from baldness and eggs along with milk, yogurt, cheese and other dairy products are loaded with biotin as well as other essential nutrients which encourage hair growth, such as proteins, vitamin B12, iron, zinc and omega 6 fatty acids.
Oats
While many of you don’t think highly of that humble bowl of oats you eat as your breakfast every day, but you will be surprised to know that this readily available food item could be your weapon to fight baldness. Rich in fibre, zinc, omega-6 fatty acids and polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs), oats also contain a high amount of vitamin B that helps promote hair growth. Also found in oats is beta glucan that strengthens the hair follicle.
Almonds
Almonds again contain a high amount of biotin content and magnesium, which is essential for growing healthy hair. Regular consumption of almonds makes the hair grow thicker, healthier and faster.
Walnuts
Thanks to the presence of omega fatty acids in walnuts, along with vitamin B7 (read biotin) that helps prevent hair fall and strengthens existing hair follicles besides encouraging regrowth, these nuts are an absolutely must-have for everyone who’s battling hair loss.
Strawberries
When was the last time consumed strawberries knowing its health benefits? Well, we are pretty sure you don’t even know that strawberries contain a lot of silica – mineral that is most important for hair growth. Also, strawberries have ellagic acid is which helps protect your hair from hair falling or thinning.