How to remove dead and dying eyelashes

When a dying eyelash falls off it will eventually die and be buried, leaving behind no fingerprints or fingerprints-like marks to identify the eyelash in a coroner’s report.

The eyelash may be identified by the colour of its eyelashes, but not by the way it was made or its age.

To do so, the eyelashes are examined under a microscope and a biopsy can be done to identify each eyelash’s genetic make-up.

The coronavirus, however, does not distinguish between different eyelashes.

Instead, a person with an infected eye can lose all or part of the eyelid and have no trace left of the missing eyelashes as the eyelids decay and grow back.

The remaining eyelashes can be used to create a new one.

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