Latisse, Revitalash, Lash Boost...All brands you've probably heard of that have been responsible for the increasing market of the lash growth game. I'll admit, at first I was a skeptic.
One of my long-time clients started selling Rodan & Fields and using the Lash Boost on herself. Her lashes were beautiful, so I promptly order some Lash Boost for $135 (which is the auto ship price, yikes) and away I went. Within 8 weeks, I too had longer lashes. At that point I had only used a 1/2 a tube of my serum, but it was time for my auto shipment even though I really wasn't ready for it. Bam! another $135. (side note**my R&F rep was kind enough to postpone the auto shipment, "Thanks SG!")
While at my supply store I came across Babe Lash! For a fraction of the cost of Latisse, Revitalash and Lash Boost I decided to give Babe Lash a whirl. After just a few weeks using Babe Lash I had people asking me where I had my lash extensions done!
Not only does Babe Lash work really well and is much much cheaper than its competitors, it also has a much better applicator, in my opinion. I also prefer the consistency of the Babe Lash serum over the Lash Boost serum. With Lash Boost, the consistency was more gel-like and I felt like it left behind a thin crust between my lashes, which was tricky to scrub off without losing lashes. Babe Lash has a super fine applicator brush and goes on a little more like liquid than a gel.
I'd say Babe Lash is definitely a WINNER and should be tried by all who desire longer lashes! Babe Lash is available for $60 at Elevations Hair Design.
In closing, I will mention that I have no affiliation with Babe as a company, other than the fact that I use and like their products on myself and my clients. These are my before any lash serum, during Lash Boost and current photos using Babe Lash.