Eyelashes, the shortest hairs on our body, reside along the edges of our eyelids. They not only enhance the attractiveness of our eyes but also serve practical purposes. For instance, they protect the eyes by sweeping away particles like dust and sand, and divert moisture such as sweat or rain.
Just like a cat's whiskers, they can sense objects too close to the eyes and alert us to possible danger. If something is too close to your face or eyes, your sensitive eyelashes can sense it and alert you to possible danger. Such dangers might include particles in the air or small insects. Your eyelashes help to tell your eyelids when they need to shut to protect the eyes.
Eyelashes also help to reduce the amount of airflow and evaporation around the eyes, which keeps them from drying out too quickly. This is especially important for people who live in dry climates or spend a lot of time outdoors.
Additionally, along with the eyebrows and forehead, they provide some protection from bright sunlight. They're not a substitute for sunglasses, but they do help to filter the sunlight that shines in your eyes.
Being hair, eyelashes naturally shed and regrow. Much like the hair on our heads, a fallen eyelash can take one to six weeks to regrow. To prevent eyelash shedding quick, make sure to care for your lashes properly!
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