Flutter, flutter darlings; I’m super excited to be reviewing RapidLash eyelash renewal serum

When it comes to eye lash growth serums, many woman seem skeptical of whether they actually work or not. In my opinion, they definitely do as I’ve seen the results for myself; however, they can only make your lashes grow to their full potential. Because of this, some women will get better results than others. Still, the only way to know whether you’ve got a killer set of lashes in you is to give a growth serum a bash.

A few months back I successfully used PRIORI’s Lash Recovery serum, R950, to close up a hole I had in my eyebrow. (I have no clue why the hair didn’t grow in that one spot, it just didn’t!) Once it was sorted out, I passed the serum on to my little sis, not realising that if you want to maintain your new-found ‘fullness’, you need to keep on using the product. Oops! Thus, my right brow is now back to looking a little more patchy than the other. Admittedly, however, it’s yet to go back to being as bad as it was before.

Anyway, happily, another lash lovely has crossed my path; RapidLash eyelash renewal serum, R750:

RapidLash promises fuller, longer lashes in just 4 to 8 weeks.

I’m excited to try this one because I’ve only heard rave reviews and it won a Fairlady best of beauty award. And, if it works just as well as PRIORI’s serum, I’ll be thrilled as it costs a good R200 less. (Score!)

Anyway, I’m going to be using it on my sparse little brow as well as the lashes on just my left eyelid and will be sure to let you know how it goes. I’ll also be sure to include before and after piccies so you can see I’m not talking kak.

Otherwise, have any of you gone the lash serum route before? Whichever product you used and regardless of your results, share them with your fellow chicas in the comments section. I’m interested to hear about your thoughts/results, regardless of whether they’re good or bad.

In the meantime, if you’ve got a hundred questions regarding RapidLash; things like ‘what does it contain?’ (peptides, proteins, vitamins and hydrators) and ‘how do you use it?’ (just once a day, no more, no less) etc, pop on over to their local website for all the in-depth answers. Want to buy the product? Their site also has a link to a list of stockists which are selected spas and beauty salons nationwide.

Love, love

Leigh

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Editor of South African beauty blog Lipgloss is my Life.

5 thoughts on “Flutter, flutter darlings; I’m super excited to be reviewing RapidLash eyelash renewal serum

  1. Leigh, I once had the same problem where I had the hole in my eyebrow and it ended up being an overactive thyroid. Could be nothing in your case, but thought I would share. Really enjoy your blog and it is the 1st thing I read when I get to work πŸ™‚

  2. Ok now officially jealous, ok ok I was maybe just a tiny bit before. I have been wanting to test this out for years. I have heard great things about it but couldn’t justify that amount of money for a product that you have to continue using otherwise it reverts back to what it was before. I love my eyelashes, I am lucky to have super long ones but I am also vain and want them longer! I have tried Blinc(white messy globby stuff=not attractive) and L’oreal. The L’oreal was nice and cheap but I got bored of having to put it on twice a day and there probably wasn’t a difference so I stopped. Can’t wait to see your before and afters.

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