Hey Glamouristas and Fexies!!
So for months I've been teasing you all, saying I've been experimenting with a lash-growth treatment and for months you all have been asking what it was... but I refused to say anything until I was certain it was going to work and that I had enough time with the product to give it a thorough review. This included the positive and possible negative effects... don't you love that I'd put my eye-health on the line for my lovely blog readers? LOL j/p ;-P
The time has come for me to unveil this miracle growth treatment I've been using religiously since September... it is... (drumroll please!) StimuLash by Fusion Beauty!
This product retails at Sephora for $89, but is well worth the investment if you calcuate the cost of mascaras and falsies, especially if you've been purchasing mascaras like Fiber Wig that can run upward of $20 or more per tube. StimuLash is an even better deal if you catch it with one of Sephora's VIB sales! However, even if you have to pay full price, it's worth every dollar. I am still using my original tube, and with the amount of product I can hear sloshing around in there, I estimate I've got a good 1 1/2 months left... that breaks down to roughly $15/mo. When you average the cost out, it's really not bad. Think about it, say you purchase a tube of fiber mascara at $20 a tube, over the course of 6 months, you've spent $120, plus you're probably still wearing falsies... so now factor in the cost of lashes and glue, not to mention that at the end of the night you'll be suffering from Cinerella sydrome. You know what I'm talking about, when the clock strikes 12 and you go to take off your eye make-up, your strong, thick, lashes are going to turn into itty-bitty mousey lashes!
A little history on these types of products... Once upon a time, there were these little old ladies with cataracts. No, not Cadillacs, cataracts! Opthamologists began noticing these little old ladies' lashes were growing like crazy. One thing leads to another and before you know it, they've discovered the ingredient responsible for the lash growth... aaaaand here we are!
I was very skeptical to try the perscription lash treatments because they came with some pretty scary warnings. One of these warnings were "permanent darkening of the skin" where the treatment is applied. Well, as you'll hear in my video, this is something I'm willing to live with because I'm usually wearing eyeliner anyway!
If you would like to see my before and after pictures, be sure you watch the video... and as always, if you would be so kind enough to follow my blog and subscribe to my YouTube channel, I will be forever grateful! :) Please also be sure to let me know if you've tried the product, I especially would like to hear from you if this review has prompted you to purchase StimuLash!
Make-Up Products Used For This Look
Wet-N-Wild "Vanity" Color Icon Shadow Palette (all colors except for the gold shade were used)
Wet-N-Wild "Greed" Color Icon Shadow Palette (only the black shade was used)
Harajuku Hunnies "Black Out" Gel Liner
Mally Starlight Waterproof Eyeliner Pencil "Midnight" (to accentuate the crease & as a base for smudging black and brown shadow on lower lashline)
MUFE Aqua Eyes Champagne 23L (to highlight lower waterline)
Harajuku Hunnies "Brunette" Brow Quad
Maybelline Colossal Waterproof
Maybelline Pulse Perfection
(with the help of StimuLash!)
Cheeks & Contouring:
MAC "Accentuate & Sculpt"
MAC "Warm Soul" Mineralize Blush
MAC Pro Longwear Foundation "NC35"
MAC Pro Longwear Concealer "NC30"
Eve Pearl Salmon Concealer "Light/Medium"
MAC Studio Fix powder
MAC "Magenta" Lipliner
MAC "Girl About Town" Lipstick
MAC "Show Orchid" Lipstick