Hope you’re all having a great Thursday, for me it has been a busy one. I had to pull all of the looks for my SoSueMeWorkshop fashion show that is this weekend in Donegal and then I had a very big meeting that lasted all day. So I’m exhausted now… but hey, things could be worse, so I’m not complaining.
I wanted to write this post as I get SO many emails from girls asking me about regrowth serums for eyelashes and brows.
Recently, I started using a new product and I wanted to tell you about it so that when I update you in a few weeks time, you will be able to see for yourselves the difference in my before and after shots!
Of late (wedding prep), I have been trying to thicken my lashes. I think after years of using semi-permanent falsies, my real lashes are now a little sparse. It also doesn’t help matters that I’m also a picker! I’m sure I’m not alone, well I hope I am not haha.
So for example, when I’m wearing semi-perm lashes, I always end up picking at them, especially when they get really sparse looking. Not only that, but if I’m sitting down at night watching TV, I almost always end up picking off the mascara on my own lashes too – half of the time I don’t even know I’m doing it!
Anyway, as a result, I now have a slight bald patch on my right eye where my lashes are noticeably sparse, so I decided to use a serum I was sent to try and thicken them up. It’s called M2 Beauté Eyelash Activating Serum.
I have only been using it for about ten days now, and realistically, you need to be using a product like this for at least 4-6 weeks before you notice major improvements so I’m going to check back in with you then and let you know how if any changes have taken place!
I’m actually really confident it’s going to work though. I have heard some amazing things about the M2 Beauté lash serum because it’s one of those highly respected products that people swear by. I know that the brand is also retailed through Harrods which is very impressive in its own right.
It’s a pricey product, but if you want to invest in a quality product then I think this would be one worth taking a gamble on, but I will let you know for sure in 6 weeks.
M2 Beauté also very kindly sent me their brow serum. Now this little gem could not have arrived at a better time! Ever since I started to shape my brows all the years ago, I have always given myself a high arch. Recently though I have started styling my brows a little differently as I’ve noticed that the high, dramatic arch trend seems to have dated a little.
For the first time ever, I’m trying to get rid of my high arch. At the moment I fill in the ‘arch space’ with my brow products, but ideally I would like to grow the hair back in that spot. You can check out when I mean with this picture….
So on the left you can see quite a high arch under my brow line, where on the right (while in Dallas) I have been drawing them in with less of an arch.
To try and fill this gap I have always removed the hairs from, I am trying out the M2Beaute brow serum on that particular area. I have read reviews online before I started using it and apparently it’s meant to be brilliant for thickening the brow hair.
Again I have only just started using it so I will update you guys in a few weeks about how it’s going and what results I’m noticing.
Like the lash serum, M2 Brows has also been praised at length for its effectiveness when it comes to renewing over-tweezed brows. Whenever I get a new product that makes quite specific promises, the first thing I do is look at the ingredients to see what the activating ingredients are. I think this habit goes back to when I studied beauty therapy.
This product contains the MDN complex, and is enhanced by the natural ingredient, Black Sea Rod Oil, which is designed to stimulate the natural growth of the brows hair, so overall it seems every bit as promising as the lash serum.
I have to say I’m really confident that I’m going to be impressed by the results, but as I said, I will let you guys know how it goes in the coming weeks.
Has anyone ever used these products before? Let me know in the comments section.