Product Review: The Crave Collection Embellash Eyelash Conditioner
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Tuesday, July 29, 2014
By Aimee
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The wonderful people over at The Crave were kind enough to send over a press sample of their new Embellash Eyelash Conditioner. I'm not a huge fan of my stumpy lashes so I was really excited to receive this press sample.

The Crave Collection - Embellash $100

Embellash by The Crave Collection is a fortifying conditioner for your lashes. Embellash will enhance your natural lashes for a bold and beautiful look in just 4-6 weeks. The product can be used on both natural lashes and extensions to achieve noticeably stunning results.
Key benefits include:

  • Fortifive: a blend of peptides, amino acids and proteins which work to enhance the appearance and promote the natural health of lashes.
  • DL Panthenol: vitamin B5 conditions lashes and minimizes breakage.
  • Hydrolic Technology: a blend of sugars and moisture locking ingredients including microencapsulated Hyaluronic Acid.
  • Black Sea Rod Oil: inspired by a natural see extract it helps to condition the lashes
  • Oat Seed Extract: an anti-irritant that helps protect and soothe the eye lid.
The Crave Collection - Embellash $100

To use the product just apply a thin on the lash line each day. I usually apply during my nightly routine for the past week, I haven't seen results yet but I'm confident I will. In the week I have used this product I have not had one issue with it. My eyes are extremely sensitive, I can't even wear contacts for more than a day and I am able to use this product with no irritation.

I also appreciate that you can use this product with eyelash extensions on. I have many clients that use eyelash extensions to give them that thick plush look, but each and every one has expressed interest in ditching the extensions if they could obtain the same results with their own lashes. It is then that I point the client to Embellash.

Before Embellash

I have only been using the product for one week and you can see in the before photo my lashes do not even reach my crease. They are pretty stubby.

After 1 week of Embellash

In the after pic you can see the lashes are just starting to get longer, and some wisps are even coming over my crease. I'm very excited to see the results after 6 weeks since I have heard great things regarding this product. It's very popular in the celebrity gifting suites at the awards shows. Has anyone else tried The Crave Collection Embellash Eyelash Conditioner? What did you think?

Make sure to follow me on Instagram to follow the results of this product usage.

Leave a comment:
Liliana - I've been using this product for 8 months and has given me excellent results. Really worth the $ 100 cost
Andrea - I have such short and stubborn lashes! Will definitely be checking this product out :) Funny the other user mentioned Vain Pursuits. I've also heard of them myself but haven't given them a try yet. I've been meaning to read up on more reviews before buying!
Demi - Sounds interesting... Pls do keep up updated with the final results! I might have to check this one out for myself :) Have you also used Vain Pursuits? I've been meaning to check them out after hearing so much abt them lately but would love your opinion on their products first! Thanks :)
Vicki T - I always wondered if these products worked but was afraid to use them because the proximity to my eyes and using an unknown product on them. Thanks for reviewing.
Jenn - I wonder how this product would work for someone like me. I have really short stubby lashes. I tend to tear a lot. I can't even wear eyeliner without having to re-apply within 2 hours. I would definitely try it, if its not a waste. What do you think?
Raynelle - Wow those are real results in just one week. May have to check this product out myself

Esmeralda - Post hits the nail on the head as I myself am a user of this product and have not been able to use anything similar.

Happy Posting!
Carmen - Very interesting post. I have to try this product.

Thanks for the post!

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