Just before the summer I was contacted by fLash and invited to try out their eyelash growth serum. Let’s face it we are all in search of bigger, longer lashes be it, with glue, fibers, mascara, oils or serums, our quest for more is never ending.
I’ve been lucky to have long lashes so my quest has always to have more fuller looking lashes. But in general I’ve been happy with majority of results I’ve had from most mascaras. But when fLash contacted me I was intrigued. I didn’t know too much about eyelash serums so this was an exciting little mission.
So how do serums work?
Serums are normally applied on the upper lid line so it penetrates the follicles and stimulate them into growing the lash hair or new hairs. Most serums come in a small tube with a wand similar to a liquid eyeliner and you simply line the top of the lid and leave it over night to work it’s magic. The fLash serum was just that!
It comes brightly packaged with a 2ml tube which lasts up to 3 months. Simply apply daily and wait for the results.
So what did I think?
Application seemed easy enough and without any irritation which was one of my biggest concerns, though fLash does state it is safe for sensitive eyes. Within the first week can’t say I noticed much difference, but it does say on the box that best results are seen after a few weeks in. So I patiently waited and kept up my daily application.
After week 3 I began to notice my lashes looked fuller an the tips were reaching just below my brow line. So I was very excited to see what they were going to look like after the full 3 months.
I was worried about having spider eyes which I’d seen a fair bit of online whilst doing research on the serums, but overall was pretty impressed with this tiny bottle of joy, my lashes looked great, I love the fullness of my lashes. The only problem with serums and like with all hair growth it isn’t even, I’ve noticed a small part of my eyeline which is much shorter than the rest, hopefully in time, they’ll grow with the rest of my lashes.
fLash is available to buy online at £29 which I think is reasonable and considering the results it’s a fraction of what some of the other brands charge. If you’re looking to try out a serum I’d would certainly recommend giving fLash a try. It’s easy to use, won’t break the bank and guaranteed great results.
Have you used any eyelash serums before? What are your experiences or recommendations!