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Lashes are great and all, but don't we all wish they were ~naturally~ just a liiiittle longer, thicker, and more curled?
Instead of just talking about our dream lashes, we decided to test out eyelash serums — one affordable and one high-end — in the hopes that our lashes can achieve their FULL, LUSH, and BEAUTIFUL potential!
Watch our three dedicated testers go on their month-long journey into (hopefully) ~fuller lash territory~!
It took a while for everyone to get used to incorporating another step into their respective routines, though the serum itself seemed really easy/straightforward to apply — just swipe and voila!
Results didn't happen right away, which was kinda expected. #keepexpectationslow
For people with sensitive eyes, like Liz, the serum made the skin around them noticeably red and irritated at first.
LashBoost seemed to have a higher liquid/wetness factor — as Caity's boyfriend observed, "it looks like you have some gloss on your eyes."
As time went on, the ladies got a little more impatient. They forgot to put on the serum a few times. (Life happened!) They wore their lashes natural and most people didn't notice or comment, besides Sarah's friends and doctor.
BUT LashBoost did seem to edge out RapidLash quite consistently throughout the whole experiment. Final consensus? More fullness, fersure. LashBoost also felt ~better~ and seemed to provide a little more ~oomph.~
Like, DAMN. Look at the visible thickness! Basically, "Go big or go home!"
Get RapidLash from Amazon for $29 and LashBoost from Rodan + Fields for $150.
P.S. Apparently you can also try these serums on your brows! Experiment away!