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Natural Way To Grow Longer Eyelashes In One Week

Natural Way To Grow Longer Eyelashes In One Week

Ladies, we all struggle with our eyelashes. There are so many brands and types of mascara out there. We have all jumped from one kind to another, trying to find “the one” that will be everything we are looking for. However, most of us can’t seem to find a mascara that delivers everything it promises!

If we could just grow longer eyelashes, we could give up the search and stop wasting money on mascara. Rachel, of RCLBeauty101, posted this video that can change your outlook on your lashes forever. By combining the 3 oils Rachel talks about in her video, you will see a difference in as little as a week. These oils are full of health benefits for your eyelashes and skin, and have been proven to boost the growth of lashes.

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Things You Will Need to Grow Longer Eyelashes:

  • Vitamin E oil
  • Castor oil
  • Coconut oil
  • Small jar
  • Measurement instructions from video

FAQs

  1. If I don’t have those oils, can I use petroleum jelly?
    You can use it, but the mixture of these oils is healthier for your lashes and skin. On top of that, the oils will also be more effective.
  2. If I keep using these oils, will my lashes keep growing?
    They should keep growing, but they will stop once they reach a certain length.
  3. Where can I find the oils I need?
    You should be able to find them at any natural health store, essential oil store, or on Amazon.
  4. Can I substitute olive oil for one of the 3 oils?
    You can use olive oil instead, if you can’t find one of the oils. Olive oil is also healthy for your lashes and skin.
  5. When should I wipe it off my eyes?
    Leave it on all night. When you wash your face in the morning, it will come off.

Featured photo credit: RCLBeauty101 via youtube.com

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Last Updated on March 24, 2021

8 Smart Home Gadgets You Need in Your House

8 Smart Home Gadgets You Need in Your House

We’ve all done it. We’ve gone out and bought useless gadgets that we don’t really need, just because they seemed really cool at the time. Then, we are stuck with a bunch of junk, and end up tossing it or trying to sell it on Ebay.

On the other hand, there are some pretty awesome tech inventions that are actually useful. For instance, many of the latest home gadgets do some of your work for you, from adjusting the home thermostat to locking your front door. And, if used as designed, these tools should really help to make your life a lot easier—and that’s not just a claim from some infomercial trying to sell you yet another useless gadget.

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Take a look at some of the most popular “smart gadgets” on the market:

1. Smart Door Locks

A smart lock lets you lock and unlock your doors by using your smartphone, a special key fob, or biometrics. These locks are keyless, and much more difficult for intruders to break into, making your home a lot safer. You can even use a special app to let people into your home if you are not there to greet them.

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2. Smart Kitchen Tools

Wouldn’t you just love to have a pot of coffee waiting for you when you get home from work? What about a “smart pan” that tells you exactly when you need to flip that omelet? From meat thermometers to kitchen scales, you’ll find a variety of “smart” gadgets designed to make culinary geeks salivate.

3. Mini Home Speaker Play:1

If you love big sound, but hate how much space big speakers take up, and if you want a stereo system that is no bigger than your fist, check out the Play:1 mini speaker. All you have to do is plug it in, connect, and then you can stream without worrying about any interruptions or interface. You can even add onto it, and have different music playing in different rooms.

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4. Wi-Fi Security Cameras

These are the latest in home security, and they connect to the Wi-Fi in your home. You can use your mobile devices to monitor what is going on in your home at all times, no matter where you are. Options include motion sensors, two-way audio, and different recording options.

5. Nest Thermostat

This is a thermostat that lives with you. It can sense seasonal changes, temperature changes, etc., and it will adjust itself automatically. You will never have to fiddle with a thermostat dial or keypad again, because this one basically does all of the work for you. It can also help you to save as much as 12% on heating bills, and 15% on cooling bills.

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6. Smart Lighting

Control your home lighting from your remote device. This is great if you are out and want to make sure that there are some lights on. It is designed to be energy efficient, so it will pay for itself over time because you won’t have to spend so much on your monthly energy bills.

7. Google Chromecast Ultra

Whether you love movies, television shows, music, etc., you can stream it all using Google Chromecast Ultra. Stream all of the entertainment you love in up to 4K UHD and HDR, for just $69 monthly.

8. Canary

This home security system will automatically contact emergency services when they are needed. This system offers both video and audio surveillance, so there will be evidence if there are any break-ins on your property. You can also use it to check up on what’s happening at home when you are not there, including to make sure the kids are doing their homework.

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