When it comes to weapons of mass seduction, there’s one basic that most ladies have known — and used — since junior high: our eyes. Yes, those things on our faces that, as we develop bigger bust lines, we must constantly remind men to look at when they talk to us. *wink*
For most of us, our first foray into the world of beauty was not our first bra but buying mascara — a literal mini-magic wand that darkened, extended and thickened our lashes, giving our eyes something to really work with as we increased our batting averages. But, for some of us, years of wearing & removing makeup has left us with dry and brittle lashes. Others say that’s how their eyelashes have always been. And many complain that they simply cannot leave the house without mascara because otherwise they “have no lashes at all.”
For years we’ve been trapped by our own desire to have flirty lashes, but now there’s LashFood, a product which claims it can assist in the the growth of healthier, darker, longer, thicker eyelashes. Intrigued, I put it to the test…
LashFood Eyelash Conditioning Stimulant is a scientifically blended liquid of natural ingredients that you apply like eyeliner, twice a day, at the root of your lashes. The good news is that it doesn’t sting — and it doesn’t melt or otherwise make a mess of your other eye makeup when it is applied over the LashFood.
The mixed news is that, like most products which assist in new growth, it’s going to take some time to see the results — but the terrific news is that you will see them!
My lashes became shinier after just a few weeks (I think they were darker too? but that could have been the shine fooling me…) And then, a few weeks later, I noticed my eyelashes were a bit darker and fuller looking too. And, yes, Virginia, this was before I put on the mascara.
Once mascara was applied, my lashes almost seemed too-long (if there is such a thing?) and certainly dangerous in a very sexy way…
So yes, LashFood works!
But wait! There’s more! Super bonus points for LashFood because is also assists those of us with weak, sparse eyebrows too.
I’ve had a history of thyroid issues, which makes my eyebrows really thin and light, requiring me to pencil in the last third of my eyebrows (at the outer edge). Ladies with similar issues will know what joys I speak of here. But LashFood has helped a bit. Especially with darkening what hairs are there. A few more months, and who knows…? Such an exciting thought! (Ladies who have been mother pluckers may also have complaints about where eyebrow hairs just don’t seem to grow right anymore… I’d like to think LashFood can help you with that too.)
In any case, I highly recommend LashFood Eyelash Conditioning Stimulant. It may seem pricey — but when you consider the days of freedom from mascara and the confidence to go au naturale with nude lashes, and the fact that one tube lasts five months, well, it seems outrageous not to buy it.