Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Challenge: Trish McEvoy Lash Enhancer Nighttime Conditioning Treatment

I used to have really long and full eyelashes but time marches on and as I aged, my eyelashes have gotten skimpier. I had been looking into various eyelash enhancers and have been using Talika's Lipocils for over a year now. I don't think that it has done much. Not quite a year ago, Mai started taking enzymes to help with her digestion. The one thing that she noticed was that her eyelashes started returning. I kind of laughed it off but decided to try taking the enzymes too. To my surprise, my eyelashes did start to grow! I think that it is now being maintained but I still want to have my eyelashes be more like it used to be. I thought about Revitalash but worried about the darkening of the eyelid. My Dior MUA suggested Trish McEvoy's Lash Enhancer Nighttime Conditioning Treatment. I purchased it today and am starting it tonight.

According to Trish McEvoy's website info, this treatment has the highest possible concentration of potent SymPeptides along with an abudance of powerful proteins, vitamins and moisturizing ingredients. It helps to strengthen, hydrate, condition and nourish eyelashes.

You apply a single application every night. There is the promise of fuller, stronger and healthier lashes. With using this product nightl for only two weeks, you can experience as much as a 25% increase in volume. You can also brush this on your brows in areas where you are sparse and it will promote growth.

It is in a shiny tube, much like mascara or eyeliner. There is a brush like an eyeliner brush and you carefully apply a thin line along your lashline.

Sorry for the blurred pic

Here are my start pictures:

We'll see how my lashes look in two weeks. Wish me luck!



Ashley said...

Awesome post love!

galpal.hi said...

@Ashley--thank you for visiting our humble blog and for commenting. I am determined to complete this challenge. (I often get bored after a while.) I will be posting again in about 2 weeks. Actually, I'm in debate with myself as to whether I should do a weekly update or do it every two weeks.


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