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Happy national lash day…

Yes you read that right! There is an apparent, national lash day šŸ¦‹

Hey my little Brushaflies and welcome back to my blog, Brushafly Mua šŸ¦‹ and today’s blog post is in celebration of national lash day! Yay! So according to… National lash day happens annually in February, this year it is February 19th 2021 to bring people, makeup artists, makeup lovers, makeup enthusiasts, and makeup companies together to celebrate the false and natural eye lash! Ask any makeup artist or expert and they will tell you the eye lash is a staple in any makeup look, not only does it finish a makeup look, but it can enhance a makeup look. If like me you have blonde, short and stubby lashes then the whip of a mascara wand comes in super handy. My favourite mascara at the moment is the Revolution 5D lash mascara… Link to my video here – Brushafly Mua – Revolution 5D lash mascara review

But that is not the only mascara I enjoy using, I also live for:

But lashes are not only defined with mascara, oh no, many lovelies love to use false lashes to create awesome and beautiful eye looks. I am sad to say I am not one of those people, I can apply false lashes to other peoples eyes just fine, I was taught how to in my makeup artist courses, but applying them to myself can literally bring about a full on, adult strop and meltdown. I most of the time end up gluing my tweezers, my makeup brushes and even my fingers to my eyes… But lashes just ping off and don’t stick! So personally I am very much a mascara girl at heart. I love playing around with different mascara formulas, wands and colours and building them up to look either as natural or as false lash as I want.

But why do we even have lashes in the first place? What is their purpose in life?

Well lashes actually have an important job to do, not just to look pretty:

  • Help to prevent eye moisture loss from evaporation
  • Help to prevent dirt, grime and any nasties from entering our eyes and potentially damaging them
  • Help to prevent eye infections
  • Help to shade our eyes from some light
  • They can also function somewhat like a cats whiskers because they are sensitive to the touch, and can warn us if something is near our eye, such as a fly or bug

And just like the hair on your head, lashes have a ‘hair life cycle’. The average person can loose as much as 20% of their lashes every few weeks. Lashes tend to grow in 60 – 90 day cycles where the lash grows, and then shed. Obviously not all at once, but usually around 1-5 lashes a day.

There is a superstition kind of thing that me and my family like to do when ever an eye lash falls out on someone’s or on our own cheeks and we catch it. You take the lash between your fingers, close your eyes and make a wish, then blow it into the world and wait for your wish to come true.

So to join in with National lash day why not take a picture of your made up lashes or even just your natural ones and upload it to social media with the hashtag – #nationallashday – the hashtag is from

Ultimately let’s have fun with National lash day.

There are some makeup companies joining in with the National lash day fun such as:

  • Revolution beauty have 20% of lashes and mascara for a limited time only – Revolution beauty
  • Eldora have an up to 50% of for a limited time only – Eldora

The links in my blog are not affiliate links just ones I think you would find useful šŸ¦‹

I hope you enjoyed my national lash day blog post, if you did why not follow my blog and channel and keep up to date with all things makeup and beauty. So that’s all for today my little Brushaflies, so take care, stay safe and speak soon xoxo

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