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Stimulashfusion Review: Does this eyelash serum really make your eyelashes grow longer?

Updated on December 4, 2010
After just a few months of using Stimulashfusion, my eyelashes look similar to this especially if I wear mascara
After just a few months of using Stimulashfusion, my eyelashes look similar to this especially if I wear mascara

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For the skeptic

I had heard that there were eyelash serums on the market these days that are supposed to make your eyelashes grow longer and although I was intrigued, I didn't really believe that they could work. Then one day, someone at work commented that she could barely tell I was wearing mascara because my eyelashes were so short and thin (nice, huh?). I decided that even though I was very skeptical, that I would try an eyelash enhancing product and find out for myself whether they work or not.

So I went to my local drug store and found Stimulashfusion Intensive Night Conditioning Lash Enhancer at the cosmetics counter, took the plunge and purchased it for a not cheap price of $89 plus tax. Next time I will buy Stimulashfusion online instead but I was eager to get that tube in my hands and get started.

Read on to learn more about my experience, but let me tell you that yes, Stimulashfusion really does work!

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My Stimulashfusion Experience

Like it says to do on the box, I started applying the eyelash serum to my eyelids every single night. I put it on as close to the roots of my eyelashes as possible, much the way you might apply eyeliner if you really want it to just fill in your eyelashes (NOT like when girls apply a thick line above the lashline). I only applied it to my top lashes as it says to on the box because that is where I really cared about seeing improvement although you could probably apply it to your bottom lashes as well but do so at your own discretion.

At first, I saw absolutely no change but I continued to apply Stimulashfusion every night before bed because I really wanted to give it a fair chance. Then, after wearing it for about two weeks, it first occurred to me that my eyelashes looked a bit longer and thicker. I was pretty sure I wasn't just imagining it but to be honest, I wasn't entirely sure that I wasn't just seeing what I wanted to see.

Yes, she is wearing mascara but no amount of mascara would make her eyelashes this beautiful if they weren't long and full to begin with. You can achieve this look with Stimulashfusion!
Yes, she is wearing mascara but no amount of mascara would make her eyelashes this beautiful if they weren't long and full to begin with. You can achieve this look with Stimulashfusion!

After two months

After using Stimulash fusion for about two months, I was 100% sure that my eyelashes were much longer and thicker than before and I was really pleased. When I wore mascara and curled my eyelashes, I was almost self-conscious about my new look because I thought people might think I was wearing false eyelashes (I'm not making this up!). One day at work, people were talking about how long eyelashes can get in the way of your glasses. I don't wear glasses but someone then made the comment that my eyelashes are long and beautiful (different person than the one who was so kind to tell me that my lashes were short and thin only a few months prior).

I'm hooked on Stimulashfusion!

Needless to say, I'm no longer a skeptic because I've seen for myself how Stimulashfusion can transform your eyelashes in a matter of a few months. Yes, it's expensive but one tube can last at least 5 months.

Once you start seeing results, don't give up - you have to keep using the product or else your results will not last. However, I've found that once I get my lashes to my desired length and thickness, that I only have to put my Stimulashfusion on a few times a week instead of every night in order to maintain results.

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Recently, I've stopped using Stimulashfusion regularly because I simply just got too lazy to put it on every night and my eyelashes have deteriorated although they're still better than they used to be (similar to when I stopped wearing my retainer regularly and my teeth started going crooked again).

This is just a reminder that while Stimulashfusion is a super excellent product, that it won't work if you don't keep using it.

Oh yeah, and this stuff also works for eyebrows! It has helped me fill in my sparse eyebrows and I feel much less self-conscious now. Good luck!


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      7 years ago

      Thank you for your such nice and honest comments about your experience regardinf the product! I've just bought one and I am feeling encouraged to try. Thanks for the link where I can buy a cheaper Rapidlash Fusion instead of paying so much on drugstores!


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