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Postby sweetpea3 » Tue May 27, 2008 8:23 am

snoodle49@yahoo.com wrote:Hey girls, my first time to post on this board. I was looking at the website and it says gives the "appearance" of longer lashes...I have never used anything like this so I have no idea and would love to try it but it's expensive and the wording of the add bothers me. Any reassurance feedback?

It worked well for me. My eyelashes grew long enough to touch my eyebrows. However, I started getting itchy eyes, didn't know if it was seasonal allergy or a reaction to the LiLash, and, as it was running low, switched to the Revitalash. I'm not having itchy eyes any longer, but then, on the other hand, if it was something in bloom causing the itch, that could explain it too. Anyway, the product did work for me, only difference I've noticed with Revitalash (obviously too early to tell about growth one way or the other as its only been about a month with it) is that the Revitalash does sting if it gets in the eye, where as the LiLash didn't...
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Postby goldenchick » Sat Jun 21, 2008 7:52 pm

LiLash works sooo well. If you have a crust on your eyes you are using wayyy to much. Take the brush and wipe it off so it just wets just l slightly damp. Just enough to look wet for a few seconds, then it dries. No residue or you are using way to much. After using it for two months, I have barely dented the bottle. Usually I just wet the brush with the bit that is left on the top after I unscrew it. My lashes have almost doubled.

Hope this helps

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Postby jillian0428 » Mon Sep 08, 2008 7:07 am

can you use it on the bottom lashed also? why only ay night..why not in the morning as that way you would not be getting it in your eyes when you sleep?thanks
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Revitalash Works But...

Postby charlene123 » Fri Jan 16, 2009 6:13 pm

I started using Revitalash last year and it definitely made my eyelashes longer. The only thing is they got long and therefore spindley. When I wore mascara it made my eyelashes look like long spider legs.
Anyone experienced that?
I want thick and long. Any product do both??
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Be patient...then convinced!

Postby DanaInSeattle » Wed Feb 04, 2009 3:10 pm

I usually don't reply to these blogs, but this product deserves comments. Even we gay guys can be concerned about lashes/products/looks, etc. I have tried others like Jan Marini. The JM seemed to work but did irritate my eyes and I didn't like what I was reading about some of their side effects. The Li Lash doesn't irritate my eyes, can use in morning and night...and I haven't had any of the crusties like a few of the comments. The look is wonderful and thick. I don't know what the biochem is in this product but it does work. Be prepared to be totally surprised!! :wink:
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