Thursday, October 8, 2015


Lusting over long a voluminous lashes but hate falsies and aren't ready to make the jump to extensions? These three products will become your lashes best friends.

Since I am lacking in the thick and long lash department, I have tried and tested at least a dozen eyelash growth serums and eyelash extending mascaras but most show little to no results. These are the three I have found that are most effective and worth giving a go.

Wink Natural Cosmetics - Lash + Brow Enhancer ($39)
Just like with a good base of makeup starts with the skincare, great lashes start at the root with health. This product is a natural lash and brow enhancer (a bonus for those of us with sparse lashes). Wink says to use elements from nature that boost natural beauty with promises of more lush, full appearance lashes and brows. With this in mind, it is quite a pricey product that could buy you a lovely high end mascara. If you are willing to spend a bit more then this product is worth trying out. You can read more here

Lash Extension Powder ($11.37)
You know those fiber mascara duos? Well this is pretty much a pot filled with those little fibers. So rather than have to go through the process of those duos, this product allows you to skip straight to the good stuff. Pair it with your favourite mascara and visibly notice the length and thickness increase. It is quite an affordable product at under $15 so there isn't much to lose by giving it a go. I have seen an Essence version of this product also so keep your eye out for that one. You can read more here.

Blinc Mascara ($35.95)
On the other hand, if you was a super quick and easy one step process, then tube mascaras are a great option. Just apply them like a normal mascara and let the product do the rest of the work. This mascara is said to form tiny water-resistant "tubes" around the lashes rather than painting them like a conventional mascara does. It's another quite pricey product but my favourite thing about this brand is how unique their colour range is, featuring purples, blues and greens as well as the usual black and browns. You can read more here.

I just had to share my little discoveries since eyelash growth has become quite a large market and it's too easy to feel like you are throwing cash away on useless products.

If you are on the hunt for a product that is going to make at least some impact on the health and appearance of your lashes, these three are great options.

Thanks for reading!