Like my hair, my eyelashes are super fine but don't necessarily lack in the volume department. On the one hand it's great, it gives the illusion of thickness and volume. But on the other hand there not quite bold enough to stand on their own and picking a mascara is kind of a pain because my lashes love to clump together. So, if I don't use the right formula and wand it's kind of a mess (silicone wands are my favorite, my lashes just fan out). Luckily, I've found a handful that do the job, but let's be real mascara is not the healthiest thing for your lashes, especially if you're wearing it daily, which I do. So, I started looking for something else give my lashes the boost they need without having to commit to expensive prescription formulas.
Enter, Infinite Lash Eyelash Enhance Serum ($75), from the creators of a recent favorite at Brock Beauty, Hairfinity. Now, since I was quickly sold on that beauty find last month, I was immediately on board with Infinite Lash. I'm not going to lie, it's a little tedious to start and I'm very commitment phobic of new beauty routines. You have to apply it to your lash line twice a day for at least 6 weeks and then nightly there after. Honestly, It wasn't too bad, once in the morning before the makeup routine and once after I washed everything off, I just made it part of my routine. I didn't even know it was there after a quick swipe. The glycerin & Hyaluronic Acid based formula is full of natural botanicals, vitamins and proteins to help condition and strengthen, and even lacks my beauty nemesis, parabens (I'm allergic). Plus, each tube has about a 3 month supply...
Now, it's not one of those overnight see the results kind of deals, it takes time. I've been using it for about a month now and really have only noticed that they've gotten a little stronger (I rarely see stray hairs at makeup removal time) and they're starting to look a little longer. Would I say they look healthier? Yeah. Is there a huge difference? No, but it's enough of a start to get me hopeful. Will I be purchasing again? Yeah, $75 might be a splurge but considering other formulas are much, much more and don't have the natural ingredients I'd be more likely to invest in this. So, if you're looking to kick up your game in the lash department I'd recommend trying these first.
Have you tried Infinite Lash Eyelash Serum?