A friend of mine recently removed her lash extensions only to find her own lashes greatly reduced in thickness and length. Rather than turn to a lash growth product like Latisse that might discolor eyelids or her blue irises, she tried a peptide-infused mascara. Within a few weeks of using Chantecaille Faux Cils (the formula contains rose water for hydration and Sympeptide17 for growth) she swore her lashes had grown back noticeably (though not to their original length). I got this immediately to try for myself as my own lashes have suffered through much abuse. I have not seen a difference in my own lashes after a week of diligent use, but I’ll post an update soon (Chantecaille says that after 14 days, you’ll see 25% growth).
The one thing that might make you double take is the cost. There’s no denying that $70 is a high price for mascara, but considering the cost of lash growth serums and Latisse ($195 for a month’s supply), it’s actually a steal as it lasts a few months. You never know how long a daily serum application will remain on your lids after applying eye make up but mascara stays on all day, this is a perfect a two-for-one! What about you? What’s the most you would spend on magic lash-enhancing mascara? Chantecaille Faux Cils Longest Lash mascara at Chantecaille for $70.