So, I've been using RapidLash for five weeks now and I'm pleased to report that I've certainly noticed a change in my eyelashes. I've applied it every night, only missing out 4 over the past five weeks, due to arriving home at a silly hour and crashing into bed or sheer laziness having remembered that I'd forgotten to apply it and not WANTING to get back OUT of bed!
I've not suffered from any side effects or sensitivity, which just proves that every experience is different and just because somebody may report back on a product negatively, it doesn't mean we'll necessarily suffer the same fate.
When I'm wearing no mascara, I can barely see a difference. My lashes pretty much look the same as they always do. Wearing mascara has suddenly become much more fun now as old mascaras have had new life injected into them
Last Saturday, two people asked if I was wearing falsies, so SOMETHING is happening. I've never been asked that in my life!
Onto the comparison photos:
Week 5 - No mascara, but you can see I've sprouted more lower lashes and I think my upper corner lashes on my right eye (your left) look a teeny bit longer. Other than that they look no different ...but I know otherwise.
Week 1 - with mascara
What my eyes usually look like with mascara. Average. (I forgot to take a full frontal pic of me wearing mascara and this was the best pic that I could find, sorry!!)
My eyelashes are noticeably 'wispier', longer and thicker when mascara is applied. My lower lashes have grown too. They were just about visible with mascara before I started to use RapidLash
Luckily my eyelashes have grown evenly, even though they don't look it in the photo above! I took the photo yesterday evening after I'd already rubbed my eyes a million times throughout the day. One of my biggest fears (other than going blind) was ending up with eyelashes that made me look as if I had crippled spiders hanging off my eyeballs!!
I've focused solely on the physical appearance and condition of my lashes for this update and in my final one, in three weeks time I'll focus a little more on the scientific aspects of RapidLash, complete with more pictures!