I’ve always suffered a little bit from short, skimpy eye lashes, hence the need to wear fake eyelashes on a night out. It was for this reason that I was so excited to give a product called Lilash* a go as they promise to transform your lashes.
The brand claim that it conditions and fortifies your lash follicles to maximise the growth of your eyelashes and all you have to do is apply the liquid directly onto the skin of the upper eyelid along the lash line- much like you would a liquid eyeliner. Leave it a few minutes and then you can finish your make up routine as normal. Seems too good to be true eh?! Well it’s not.
I had to admit I was little skeptical, it’s a pretty hefty price tag for something which you’re not sure about it working. The product itself was incredibly easy to use (especially for someone who uses eyeliner like it’s going out of fashion!) and you only need a tiny amount for each application, perfect as the bottle is meant to last for about six months (using it every day for 3 months then reducing your use after that).
Over the first few weeks my lashes didn’t feel too much different, there was a tiny bit of growth but nothing major that I could report, but it was in the later end of the months two and three that the results began to show. My lashes have definitely grown in length which is even more noticeable when I curl them.
Unfortunately I didn’t take my original photos in the same way to show the lashes- and I didn’t realise this until my lashes had changed. But as you can see from my second photo my lashes are quite full and longer than they began.
As well as perfect lashes you can achieve gorgeous brows with Librow Purified Eyebrow Serum which is same proven serum as lilash and is designed to strengthen and stimulate the growth of your eyebrow hair while the tinting agent gently darkens the eyebrows. I can’t comment on this product as my eyebrows are thick enough I don’t have a need for it, but plenty of other bloggers out there seem convinced of it’s powers.
You can purchase Lilash through their UK site here.