Unfortunately for me (Jem, Blog Editor) I was never blessed with long or luscious lashes, therefore have spent many years trying to falsify the look – applying obnoxiously dramatic false lashes, having LVL treatments, and trying every mascara that promised to give my lashes a completely new look. Why is it that your face looks 100% better when boasting longer lashes?

Simply growing your lashes out is the safest and most natural route, so I decided to make the conscious effort to leave my lashes alone. That meant no mascara, no falsies and no chemical treatments – I was to use only one product: Killer Lashes’ Lash Xtreme Advanced, a natural lash conditioner, which luckily for you lovely ladies, features in our new Movie Night Box. This wonder serum utilises a powerful peptide ingredient alongside grape stem cell extract to stimulate the cellular foundations from which the lashes grow naturally. Myristoyl Pentapeptide-17 is a safe, botanically derived peptide that influences the keratin genes, responsible for the length and size of your lashes. By acting on these genes, Myristoyl Pentapeptide-17 works to stimulate hair growth directly at the lash follicle.

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Simply use in the evening before sleep by applying to the base of clean upper and lower eyelids (the same motion to applying eyeliner). Over the next few weeks you’ll welcome longer, healthier, sensual looking lashes.

NOTICEABLE BENEFITS

– Enhances your lash profile
– Helps lengthen, widen and strengthen each individual lash
– Promotes healthy eyelid cells

EXCLUSIVE OFFER

Did you get your hands on Killer Lashes’ serum in your Movie Night Box? We have an extra special treat just for you. Head on over to Killer Lashes and get your next Lash Xtreme Advanced serum for just £9.99 (RRP: £34.99). Stock is limited, so don’t miss out! Shop now with code LIB to take advantage of this exclusive offer and get those fabulous lashes holiday ready! Code expires on 1 October 2018.

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