Being a LiLash Global Brand Ambassador means that I get to try out the brand new products and accessories before anyone else. I have spoken about my love for LiLash so many times and I can’t imagine it fading anytime soon. I’ve only a few weeks into my new cycle of the LiLash demi serum and after I’ve had lash extensions on, I can’t wait to start seeing my lashes get back to how they were before. The only problem with a routine is getting into it. It takes an age to start remembering that you’ve added a new step in your routine, and although it starts out well, it soon weans off. It doesn’t help when products are tucked in a drawer and out of sight. But, LiLash have thought of everything, once again. Not only do they want you to have fabulashes, but they want you to remember to apply your serum daily. I’ve been sent a LiLash Premium Holder to place on my dressing table, and aside from it being a perfect glitzy match to my decor, it’s reminding me to apply LiLash each and every day.
The LiLash Premium Holder isn’t just a special treat for the ambassadors but it is available as a gift with purchase with your LiLash treatment. The holder is quite neat in size and looks attractive on the vanity, with the crystal cuff making it look extra special. It can hold one tube of your LiLash or LiBrow serum, depending on which you are using and as mine is stood right in front of my dressing table mirror, it’s very rare that I forget to use it.
I’ve had a lot of people ask me so many questions about LiLash, and I cannot stress just how fantastic the LiLash journey is. Each morning and night, I apply a small amount of the LiLash serum to my upper eyelid, like I was applying liquid liner. I do this after cleansing, when my eyes are clean and dry and free from other product. I only use the serum on my top lashes as blinking makes the serum naturally travel to my lower lash line without causing irritation or sensitivity to my eyes. The serum gets to work by sinking into the skin of the eyelid and stimulates the hair follicle, whilst conditioning the lashes. Conditioned lashes mean less breakage, so lashes look thicker and fuller and grow out of control. A 2ml tube, £64 will last for 3 month and a 4ml, £112 will last 6 months. It’s not a cheap product but it does work. After just three weeks, I am already seeing my lashes start to look fuller, and I will continue to use it for the full 12 weeks. There are many counterfeit LiLash products on the market, but these will not have been subjected to rigorous testing, and a paraben and cruelty free formula. Look out for the official LiLash hologram on the side of the box when you purchase yours.
Have you tried LiLash? What do you think? How many times did I say LiLash in this post?
*Contains PR Samples