Long thick dark eyelashes; the dream for a lot of women.
We search high and low looking for the perfect mascara, and some of us even go out for false eyelashes or lash extensions to get them to look as big as they can possibly be.
The trouble with fake eyelashes is that using them damages your natural ones in the process, so they’re used more which damages them more. It’s a viscous cycle. I’m not sure about anyone else, but I frequently find myself jealous of some guys’, and even babies’, lashes. The truth is, theirs are more healthy because they don’t wear eye make-up, and since I decided I was grown-up enough to wear mascara I have noticed a considerable change in my lash health. Even though it isn’t too bad and I don’t cake it on, they could still use some added help.
Nine times out of 10 I can go without wearing mascara but I look slightly more alert when I do, so after a disrupted night’s sleep it’s my go to product for work. I know this is bad for my lashes and I have spent ages looking for the perfect product that can condition them when I’m not wearing eye make-up.
Meet RevitaLash – she (I don’t know why I’ve said she) is my wing-woman and does exactly what she says on the tin.
The RevitaLash website says:
“Enhance the look of luxurious eyelashes for dramatic, natural beauty.
This finely calibrated breakthrough cosmetic formula addresses the visual
signs of eyelash ageing and stress – dry, brittle, lifeless lashes.”
I’ll agree to that.
Application is nice and easy as it has a very fine precision brush and you just stroke a little bit of the conditioner onto your eyelashes. I do mine in the evening about 10 minutes before I go to sleep as part of my nighttime routine, and that’s it.
Some people have noticed that the product makes their itchy eyes, I’m not sure what other symptoms you may experience but I would highly recommend stopping continuous use if you think the conditioner may be irritating your eyes; nothing works for everyone.
Personally, I have seen an improvement in the health and length of my lashes over a few months but it does take months of constant use, NOTHING WORKS OVER NIGHT, so have patience.
How do you look after your eyes?