How many rows of eyelashes is normal?
In most people the two rows are found in all four lids but sometimes only one or two. The lashes growing in the second row are often thinner, shorter, and less pigmented than the normal ones.
How do I know if I have Distichiasis?
- Eye pain.
- Vision loss.
- Sensitivity to light.
- Styes (small, painful bumps on your eyelid)
- A feeling that something is rubbing against your eye when you blink (foreign body sensation)
Why do I have one really long eyelash?
Eyelash trichomegaly is increased length, curling, pigmentation or thickness of eyelashes. Various causes include congenital syndromes, acquired conditions and drugs. It can manifest at birth or present later in life. It can form a part of spectrum of manifestations of some congenital syndromes.
What does a double lash line look like?
Distichiasis, or double eyelashes, is a rare condition where you have two rows of eyelashes. The second row might include a single lash, a few hairs, or a complete set. Compared to normal lashes, the extra lashes are usually thinner, shorter, and lighter.