Wednesday, 28 October 2015

Eye Envy Lash Conditioner Review | Before & Afters

Hey babes! Long time no talk. <3

Confession time. Back in high school, I was the brat sitting at the back of the class curling my eyelashes and ignoring the teacher. I'm not kidding. I've always had a mild obsession with my lashes. So naturally, I take notice when other people have enviable eyelashes! Recently while tinting a client's lashes, I was absolutely blown away by how naturally perfect hers were. They genuinely looked like eyelash extensions! They were so thick and long and voluminous and I just had to know her secret. Turns out it was something I could get my hands on as well - so you just know that I did!

Eye Envy is a lash conditioning serum that "improves the length, thickness and volume of your eyelashes and eyebrows." It promises to improve your lashes within 3 months but most people begin to see results after 4-6 weeks. Eye Envy contains sodium hyaluronate, grape seed extract, bio-peptides, Vitamins A,C, E and B3. It also contains ginseng root extract, and chamomile and this combination of ingredients works some kind of magic, let me tell you! It is applied in the morning onto clean lashes for 3 months and then once every other day for maintenance. The packaging is super simple, it has a brush much like liquid eyeliner which is pretty much foolproof. I've found the best way to apply it is to begin on the outer corners of my eyes and work my way in.

Personally, I began to see results after about 3 weeks. Although I'm not very consistent, I've been using it for almost three months now. I simply put it on my eyelashes and allow it to dry while Im making my morning coffee. By the time I'm ready to apply my makeup, the serum has had time to do it's thing! I will advise you not to apply this before bed or you risk waking up with irritated eyes. When I first purchased this product I was so excited that I applied it morning and night, and it was just too much for me. 

I really do love this product and I think it works miracles. It is sold exclusively through salons and spas and is not available for purchase online. In the salon that I work in, it retails for $98. It really is worth every penny, in my opinion.
Have you had any luck with eyelash serums? Would you pay the price tag to give this one a shot?
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