September 25, 2009

Sparse brows and skimpy eyelashes - a work in progress...

Lashes aren't one of my normal obsessions so I'm not sure what prompted me to buy this especially considering all of the nasty side effects I had read about concerning some of these products.  But have no fear - RapidLash does not contain the dodgy ingredient that is thought to cause blindness and change of eyecolour among other things.

So I'm at Shopper's Drug Mart and I see this and it's less then $50 which is a far sight better then the Philip Thomas Ross one they are selling at Sephora for $125 (US).  It's not the lash part so much that draws me in but the fact that it can also be used on the brows to thicken them.  Like many, I did that unfortunate over plucking thing that was in vogue at the time and my poor brows have never been the same since.  My Smashbox brow tech is a total blessing but wouldn't it be nice if I could forego the powder and actually have full brows again! 

This is the end of week 1 so I really have nothing to report yet other then it's very easy to apply, you put it on just like you would a liquid liner and only apply once a day - the product is supposed to show results in 4-6 weeks - stay tuned, I'll give you an update in a couple of weeks.

- Lisamarie -


  1. Hi LisaM...

    Just to let you know that I'm folowing you with this product!!!... I need it for my brows...


  2. I will post a follow up review in a couple of weeks but I'm happy to report now that it is working! Brow hairs that had been plucked into oblivion are growing back and my lashes are way longer! Best, Lisamarie


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