Showing posts with label Eyelashes. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Eyelashes. Show all posts

Saturday, 28 March 2015

Realash Eyelash Enhancer | Final Review



About 3 months ago I started using Eyelash Enhancer (£49)* on my top lashes (introductory post ). By applying a little serum to the base of the lashes nightly, REALASH claims that the enhancer can lengthen and thicken lashes in 3 months. Even though I missed a few days during this time and a whole week in February the product has still worked well for me. 

My lashes are noticeably longer and thicker and I saw these results within a few weeks of using the product. My lashes used to fall out a lot prior to using this product regularly too and this has drastically reduced. The condition of my lashes haven't improved much since reporting my results of using REALASH Eyelash Enhancer after one of month use (post ), but that may be because I kept forgetting to use the product. Consistency is key with products like this so it's a shame I didn't always remember to apply it.

Before & After - Without Mascara


Before & After - With Mascara


As you can see from the pictures, this product does work which I wasn't expecting initially. Using it regularly is crucial however, and to maintain the results you have to keep using the product. Forgetful people like myself will find that the product may not be as effective as you need to use it every night. 

The Realash Eyelash Enhancer is also pretty pricey. It costs 5 times more than any other product I have to lengthen my eyelashes (like false eyelashes, mascaras etc.) so if I hadn't tried it I probably wouldn't buy it. However, now knowing that this product does actually work would make me more inclined to buy it in the future. I've seen a lot of eyelash enhancers available currently and when they can range from anywhere from £5 to £90 I know I can rely on REALASH to deliver results.

It's worth also noting that the bottle is pretty small at just 3ml but it does last. I still have some product left after 3 months and the company claims one bottle can last 4-5 months. The quality and amount of the ingredients packed into this tiny little bottle is good too. I'm convinced the natural ingredients in REALASH which promote healthy hair growth, like collagen, aloe and various fruit extracts, are the main reason this actually works.

This product is perfect for anyone that wants to lengthen their natural eyelashes without relying on falsies or special mascaras and can slot this into their everyday beauty routine. I'm going to continue to use REALASH (hopefully more consistently) to see if my eyelashes get even longer and thicker.

*sample. You can read my disclaimer .

Have you tried an eyelash enhancer?

Christine Stewart x

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Saturday, 24 January 2015

Realash Eyelash Enhancer | 1 Month Update



I've been using  Eyelash Enhancer (£49)* (introductory post ) on my top lashes for the past month. The product claims to enhance the length and thickness of your lashes after consistent use for 2-3 months. So far, even though I've missed a few days here and there, the results have been positive.

I've tried to ensure applying the serum is part of my nightly skincare routine to stay as consistent as possible, and as a result my eyelashes do appear longer, seem shinier and look slightly thicker, though the results are not dramatic. I've only been using the product for a month however, so perhaps the results will be more obvious in another months time. The main thing I've noticed is that my eyelashes used to fall out a lot previously and that has drastically reduced.

Before - without mascara 


After - without mascara 



Before - with mascara


After - with mascara


I haven't noticed any irritation or side-effects so far which is good as I am prone to getting itchy eyes. The product itself is sterile, but to be doubly safe I've been applying the product with a clean cotton bud rather than the REALASH applicator (which looks very similar to a liquid eyeliner wand).

I think any changes are actually most obvious when I'm wearing mascara, probably because not all of my lashes are dark/black in colour and mascara helps define each lash. I'm definitely much happier with the look of my lashes and, if improvements continue, I don't think I'd feel the need to try false eyelashes to get thicker looking eyelashes. I'll be doing a final review of the product in two months.

*sample. You can read my disclaimer .

Have you tried any eyelash enhancers before?

Christine Stewart x

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Monday, 15 December 2014

Realash Eyelash Enhancer


Longer, thicker eyelashes is something many women crave, but is it possible to improve the look of your own lashes without mascara or falsies? contacted me some time ago about road-testing their Eyelash Enhancer (£49)* and I couldn't help be curious as to whether there was actually a product which could make your real lashes longer.


The product is only 3ml and comes with a hefty price tag for the size but it's packed with all sorts of lash-loving ingredients and is stated to last for 4-5 months. Only a small amount is needed and you apply it like an eyeliner to the roots of your lashes each night post-cleansing. REALASH claims that with continuous use for 8-12 weeks there will be a significant improvement in the length and thickness of your eyelashes. I usually struggle to be consistent with products but I will be using this every night for the next 3 months to see if there really is any difference in the look of my eyelashes.


This is what my lashes look like currently with absolutely no eye makeup above (I'm wearing makeup on the rest of my face). There's also a shot of my lashes with mascara below (it was taken on a different day).


I'll be reporting my results of using this product in a month's time. In the meantime you can see some before and after shots on the company's website .

*sample. You can read my disclaimer here.

Have you tried Realash or any eyelash enhancers before?

Christine Stewart x

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