Thank you, Infinite Lash, for making this post possible!
Lashes are the one thing, in my opinion, that can make or break a makeup look. I personally have gone to GREAT lengths to get lashes that appear fuller and thicker. I have tried all sorts of strip lashes, individual lashes, even multiple strips of lashes. I find that overall they fall short of the look I am going for which is naturally thicker, healthier, fuller lashes. Well, it is time to rejoice because I have found the product that gives me Game Changing Lashes, which is Infinite Lash!
Infinite Lash is a unique eyelash serum infused with a blend of vitamins, minerals, polypeptides, and botanicals to nourish and rejuvenate your natural lashes and brows. I love that I can actually pronounce all of the things that make this lash serum work. The result you get with this serum is conditioned lashes that appear longer, thicker, and healthier. It was featured on Harpers Bazaar as a “game changer.”
An important thing to mention is how easy it is to use. I followed the directions on the packaging, which states to apply twice a day for 6 weeks and then use nightly thereafter. Nothing hard about it.
This formula didn’t sting or burn my eyes what-so-ever. In fact, I didn’t feel a thing. It did it’s business without me even noticing it was applied onto the lashes.
Ready for the big reveal?
In both the before and after picture I am wearing mascara, but the difference is dramatic. I am standing in a very similar angle in front of the same window in my house. The before picture was taken 2 months ago and the after picture was taken 2 days ago. Can you BELIEVE the difference? Thicker, longer and fuller lashes. Infinite Lash really does product game changing lashes!
Tell me in the comments below: What is the one thing you would improve about your lashes?
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