OMG Lash Boost!
This slim silver tube is the essence of all things magical. Never in my life have I been one of those lucky women blessed with long luscious lashes that everyone swoons over.
That is until recently. I started using this product called Lash Boost. I had been seeing these before-and-after photos of women all over Facebook, Insta, and Twitter. I couldn’t believe them.
They had to be fake and altered right? So I ignored them listening to my mama’s voice of reason “if it seems too good to be true, it probably is”.
Then I see my cousin post her very own before and after photos and I’m like whaaat? Hold the damn phone lady, is this for real? So I did what any normal person would do and called her out on her post and said, this looks too good to be true, what new snapchat filter is this??
She then filled me in on Lash Boost. I was a bit skeptical, but equally hopeful so I took the plunge and made the purchase.
My product arrived in less than a week with free shipping and I got straight to work! I took it out of the nice packaging and read the directions.
Step 1 is to remove your makeup (it also said to wash your face…but c’mon…lol), lashes should be completely clean and dry.
Step 2 is applying the lash boost to only the upper lash line of both eyes. It said to dip the wand after each eye and wipe off any excess product off the brush before applying.
Step 3 is wiping off any excess serum that may have gotten on your eyelid, I used a qtip for this.
Step 4 just says to wait at least 90 seconds for lash boost to dry before applying any eye creams or going to sleep.
So I diligently followed all the directions, except washing my face, and made sure to be consistent and I swear to you my friends, I saw a difference within the first 3 weeks!
Of course this could totally be the placebo effect but either way, I was feeling good about my purchase. The real confirmation came when I went to my next hair appointment and my hairdresser was waxing my brows and said “Girl, what mascara are you using? Your lashes are amazing!”
I told her I was using the same mascara I had been using (They’re Real by Benefit) for ages. That night I took my “after picture” two months had passed since I started using Lash Boost. My picture is below. I still can’t believe it’s real!
So to answer the question on everyone’s mind, yes, Lash Boost is legit. It will give you the appearance of longer, fuller, more beautiful looking lashes!
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