Eyelashes and Contentment, Part 2

Eyelash Drama continues……

If you read my recent post on Eyelashes and Contentment, you might be wondering how my lashes are holding up.  So far, so good.  I feel like they are getting fuller and growing.  They are still shorter than they were, but I’m sure it won’t be long until they are where they should be.

I actually checked on a prescription that you can get from your eye doctor.  It is about $125.00 and has had some great reviews.  The side effects are possible dark spots on eyelids and around eye and then if that isn’t enough, could cause discoloration of your pupil, which would be permanent.  That changed my mind really quick…wasn’t worth the risk to me.

I will share some products that I’m using on my eyes.

After cleansing my face, I use an eye make up remover by Mary Kay that I LOVE!  I have plenty in stock because I don’t want to ever run out.  It is the best I’ve ever used.


Gently removes eye makeup, including waterproof mascara, without tugging or pulling the delicate skin in the eye area. Formula does not leave skin feeling greasy.
  • Clinically tested for skin irritancy and allergy.
  • Suitable for contact lens wearers.
  • Suitable for sensitive skin and sensitive eyes.
  • Hypoallergenic, oil-free and ophthalmologist-tested.
I then use an eye cream by Mary Kay, as well.   They have several eye creams and I’m trying them all and this is the one I’m using right now.  
Reawaken tired eyes and give them a lifted look.
  • Targets deep lines, wrinkles and sagging skin.
  • Targets undereye bags, puffiness and dark circles.
  • Targets crepiness and dry skin.
  • Increases skin moisture for 12 hours.
  • Features a unique liquid crystal delivery system that helps enhance effectiveness.
  • Contains the benefits of the Volu-Firm™ Complex.
Mary Kay also has an eye lash serum that I’ve been using for a couple of weeks now.
Mary Kay® Lash & Brow Building Serum™

​Builds thicker-, fuller-looking lashes while improving the look of thin, sparse lashes and brows.  See results in just 30 days.
  • Lashes seem more voluminous.
  • Lashes look maximized
  • Brows look healthier.
  • Helps reduce lash loss during makeup removal.

And finally, I have been using a certain mascara for several months now, They’re Real by Benefit.

That’s my story for now, stay tuned for Part 3 of my eyelash drama coming soon!


One Comment

  1. Hi Beverly,
    Great post!! I am a firm believer of good skin care. Glad you have found what works for you and something for the lashes too.
    Thank you for sharing your favorite products.
    Have a great weekend.

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