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Why do we have eyelashes? How fast do they grow back?
Answer 1:

I think it is generally accepted that the purpose of eyelashes is to protect your eyes from dust and dirt, germs, and bright lights. I believe they take about 4-6 weeks to grow back, but it depends on the person and to some extent how old they are.



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