1- Get rid of old makeup
The three months old eye makeup products like eyeliner, mascara, do increase the chances that bacteria or fungus might have contaminated it. Using older makeup products could end up with a serious eye infection.
2- Wash make-up every night
Even removing makeup comes with great cost, you must keep your eyes healthy and clean before going to bed. You must ensure that you remove your makeup otherwise it can damage your skin as well.
3- No Glitters
Glitters do add sparkle to the eyes but they can also lead redness and irritation. It can also lead to dried eyes but the glitter also leads ott corneal irritation and infection.
4- Clean the brushes
Makeup brushes can also be a host of bacterias and dirt over time. So, if you are using these brushes then you’re spreading bacteria and dirt into your eyelashes. That’s why it is important to wash these brushes after you use makeup.
5- Avoid Harmful ingredients
Don’t go for products that are even labelled as hypoallergenic or natural, that doesn’t prove that they are safe to use.