After testing out the Maybelline Eyeshadow Tint, which pulled out a few of my hairs, I decided I need to take some serious action with my brows. Everyone has complexes about their body, one of mine is my eyebrows. They are so thin that they always look a little bit ugh. I always read about eyebrow growth serums but never tried them out. After doing
a little, actually a lot of research into growth serums, I hit the jackpot. I found an amazing eyebrow growth serum that really works. The Rapidbrow Eyebrow Enhancing Serum by RapidLash has literally changed my eyebrows.
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A Lil’ Background
Before I get to the product itself, let me explain my eyebrows to you. I was born with very sparse eyebrows, yes, it can happen. People often ask me what I did to make them so thin, I must have over plucked them! Actually no, I didn’t do anything. One beautician even asked me if I had a thyroid problem when I was younger, I have no idea what the connection between the 2 is, but nope, these are my natural brows! My Dad has sparse brows and so do I, genetics do play a big role, unsurprisingly;)
I have done microblading a couple of times, and it is amazing. However, it doesn’t last forever and I wanted to get to the root of my problem. I decided to give the Rapidbrow Eyebrow Enhancing Serum a try, and I was amazed at the results.
The Rapidbrow Eyebrow Enhancing Serum has been clinically proven to repair and restore eyebrows in just 60 days. Using a special formula it fills in uneven gaps and restores sparse brows. What I love about the product is that it’s gentle and non-irritating, you barely notice it at all.
It’s very easy to use, simply apply twice daily to your brows. Apply it in the morning and the evening with the brush that it comes with. For me, in the morning it is slightly harder to stick to the routine because you should really wait for the serum to dry before applying makeup, and who has spare time in the morning? Certainly not me! So yes, sometimes I skip the morning one, however, if you want quicker results it’s best to keep to the schedule.
After 60 days did I see a difference? Yes, yes and YES! My brows look thicker and they have hair growth where I’ve always had gaps. Honestly, I wasn’t expecting such great results because I thought the serum is for brows that once had hair, and lost it over time. I didn’t think the serum would work on brows that never grew hair in certain areas. In my humble opinion, this is pure magic:))
I will continue using the growth serum for a little longer because I am loving it! However, I did read a couple of reviews where people said that after they stopped using the serum, the hair that grew, fell out. I will post an update on my experience after I have stopped using it to let you know my experience with it.
One small point, if you haven’t seen results after 60 days don’t give up. It takes longer to work on some than others, everyone’s hair grows at a different pace, and I think it’s quite normal for everyone to react differently to products. The main thing is to give it a fair chance because it’s simply AWESOME!!
The eyebrow growth serum has given me newfound eyebrow confidence that I never had before. Now if I don’t have time to put on all my makeup before I run out, I know that my brows still look ok! And yours can too with this eyebrow growth serum that really works!
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