I’d like to do a little review on Lilash’s Purified Lash Serum today so firstly, if you haven’t ever heard of it, I’ll give you a mini run down.
So according to Lilash’s website (which I will link down below for further detail), the serum ‘conditions and fortifies lash follicles, using breakthrough technology’ which creates ‘greater length and curl.’ It is also a lash serum that is ‘SAFE’ and ‘EASY’ with ‘GUARANTEED results,’ and which has taken off across the globe- women everywhere are all over this serum!
So around March time last year, after doing some pretty intense research on the product, I plucked up the courage to purchase my first little tube of Lilash. If I remember rightly, I purchased the smaller sized tube for around £60 (so not exactly cheap but I was hoping it would really do what it was claiming)! I hadn’t heard anything negative on it at all, so I didn’t see the harm in trying and I was really desperate to try something that may improve the condition of my natural lashes (as I’ve always been a little self conscious of them). I haven’t been blessed with the longest of lashes, they’re short, fair and have no real curl to them so applying mascara has always been a bit of a mission. I used to brush on coats and coats to try and get my lashes to lengthen and curl even for a while, but they would always droop down by the time I’d left the house. Not okay.
It got to the point where I’d tried everything; curling them, Olive Oil, Vaseline- you name it, I tried it – every trick in the book! Whether those tips actually work or not is besides the point because they definitely didn’t do me any favours and I was so desperate for them to be a tad longer. Even if it just meant my mascara application wasn’t something I dreaded every morning!
So anyway, I received my Lilash order and got straight to using it that evening. Lilash is to be applied once every day (I did it at night), across your upper lashline as if you were applying liquid liner. Just one stroke across the lash base is all that’s needed daily and within a few weeks, you should start to notice a slight improvement in your lashes. Now I could definitely feel the difference, my lashes were starting to feel a lot softer and plusher in a way? No real visible results were quite there yet but that’s to be expected-Lilash gives the greatest results after a long period of time so it’s something that’s best kept up for a number of months.
I wish I had taken ‘before’ and ‘after’ pics because my lashes were noticeably growing and after three months, they were in the best condition that I had ever seen them in! I actually began to look forward to applying my mascara (was literally that exciting)! My lashes would instantly lift up and grow in length with just one coat of mascara which was a blimmin’ miracle to me! The results really were incredible and I have carried on using Lilash since, as I am way too addicted to the effect it has.
I will say, my lashes haven’t grow to extreme lengths but they do 100% look visibly longer to me and mascara application is a breeze and that’s all I really wanted. I have seen some results online where women have used it for a number of months and have been left with lashes that honestly look like eyelash extensions ,but I think it really depends on the individual person’s natural lashes and I’m more than happy with how it has left mine. I have however recently started to ween myself off of Lilash as I don’t want to be so reliant on it, I now use it once a week or so and my lashes are still all good.
Below is a pic I took a few days ago which I think really shows the length of my lashes with mascara applied (mascara used is Maybelline’s ‘Lash Sensational Luscious with Oil Blend’)
I’ve also recently been wearing Lilash ‘The Mascara,’ which was released around Christmas as a gift with a purchase of Lilash. I believe it came out as a sort of trial to see if it was popular or not so unfortunately it isn’t available now but it really is rather good, so hopefully they will bring it back out!
So if you’d like to give Lilash a go or are just interested in finding out more, do head over to their website here (https://www.lilash.com/). I hope this post has been of some use today and do let me know if you’ve tried Lilash, and if you did – whether you loved it or not! x