I’m a makeup lover.
I still remember being a little girl and watching my mom do her makeup for a special event. She expertly blended her tricolour eye makeup – pink to purple to blue – from an all-in-one Covergirl eye palette. It was the end of the 80s and bright colours were in!
Since then, I couldn’t wait to be allowed to wear makeup, and while I’ve learnt to appreciate the variety of makeup out there – especially when it comes to foundation and concealers – the eyes always have it.
I’ve spent years applying mascara and falsies to my lashes. The bigger, the better, I always say! It doesn’t matter if you look like Drag Queen material – THAT is a compliment, ladies! So when I recently spotted RapidLash Eyelash Enhancing Serum at Shoppers Drug Mart (it was $59), I scooped that baby up and shared it on Instagram! It seems many of you can empathize with my eye lash situation (that I don’t have enough, obviously).
To use RapidLash, you simply brush the serum onto the base of your eyelashes before bed (be sure to remove your makeup first!). It’s a clear serum that dries quickly, and it hasn’t irritated my eyes at all (I have sensitive eyes!). I took a before picture and after 30 days will take an after picture to see my progress!
RapidLash is clinically proven to enhance the growth of eyelashes and even eyebrows (there’s a RapidBrow for that!). It contains a Hextein 1 Complex which is safe for your eyes, and works to strengthen, lengthen, hydrate, and stimulate lash and brow hair.
What’s in My Makeup Bag?
- Smashbox Concealer
- Lancomes foundation*
- L’Oreal pressed powder*
- Stila eyebrow pencil*
- Cargo bronzer
- Smashbox Lip & Cheek colour
- Smashbox Full Exposure eye palette
- Geisha liquid eyeliner
- Benefit They’re Real! mascara
- RapidLash eyelash serum
- Smashbox lipliner
Want to enter to win your very own RapidLash Eyelash Enhancing Serum? The giveaway is open to all residents in Canada and ends June 20th, 2015 at midnight PST. Good luck!
Disclosure: I am part of the RapidLash campaign with Influence Central and I receive special perks as part of my affiliation with this group. The opinions on this blog are my own.