Does Idol Lash Really Work?

Does Idol Lash Really Work?
3 (60%) 4 votes

Does Idol Lash work?Idol Lash is a cosmetic product that can make just about anyone’s eyelashes longer and fuller. It is said to be the best eyelash enhancer available on the market. The company that created Idol Lash has also produced other effective beauty products since 2002, so it seems like they have the capability to create something that works. You will find many bogus eyelash enhancer products in this industry, so what could possibly be the difference between those products and Idol Lash?

Overview
A priority of many woman is to look attractive, and one problem for most is having dull eyelashes. Our eyes are supposedly the first thing others notice about us, and having full eyelashes can make a woman all the more beautiful. Mascara is great and all, but only gives you temporary results. A woman can spend as much as $300 for eyelash extensions that will probably only last her a good two months if she’s careful enough. Then it’s an additional $75 per touch up. Not everyone can spend that kind of money which makes it quite an unrealistic option.

The Claim
After using Idol Lash every night for at least 2-4 weeks, they claim that you will notice a significant improvement in the length and thickness of your eyelashes. They say that doctors have tested the product and have deemed Idol Lash safe to use for even the most sensitive of eyes. The company even states that Idol Lash can work on eyebrows as well. They also suggest that many celebrities trust this product and have been using it for years. Because of this, it is rated as the number one eyelash enhancer in the cosmetic industry.

The Cost
Idol Lash comes in packages and it’s your choice if you’d like to get a package of six or one tube which lasts for about a month. A box of Idol Lash costs $50, however if you purchase any one of the packages that is being offered on their website, you can save as much as $100.

The Commitment
If you want to see results, it is advised that you apply Idol Lash every night before bedtime for at least 2-4 weeks. The way you use Idol Lash is just like applying any mascara. It only takes about 5 minutes to get enough on each eye, on the top and bottom lashes. You will have to remove any makeup still on your face before applying.

Evaluation
Before we begin discussing the feedback from consumers, it is vital you know that Idol Lash has actually been clinically proven to be safe and effective. Fifteen subjects ranging in age from 24-82 years old were asked to use Idol Lash every night for 2-4 weeks. The study was able to conclude that the density of their eyelashes improved by 82%. Because of the fact that doctors have verified the product and actually recommend it, those interested in purchasing and trying it out are lead to believe that Idol Lash really does work, however the responses from consumers are claiming otherwise.

What People Are Saying
There has been mixed reviews on whether or not Idol Lash is effective. Some people say that they used it for up to a month, and didn’t see any noticeable results. Others say they saw results pretty quickly, and they only got better over time. Sometimes this happens with beauty products, you’ll see a sharp divide between those that like a product and those that don’t. It’s actually a sign that something has the capacity to work, it’s just a matter of whether or not it will work for you and your specific situation.

Making up your own mind is not the worst thing to have to do. You really have no idea what sort of beauty regimen the people in these reviews have, and you don’t know if they’re applying the product as directed. You also don’t know what kind of expectations they had going into this. Most of us have learned to take product claims with a grain of salt, but some people still expect to look like the models depicted in the advertising. Keep a level head, with reasonable expectations, and treat this more like a science experiment instead of the most important buying decision you’ll ever make in your life.

Final Idol Lash Review

With products like this that split users in half, you just have to give it a try. We’re giving the Idol Lash our Thumbs Up rating because if it didn’t work, you wouldn’t see so many actual users saying it worked for them. But keep in mind that it doesn’t work for a lot of people as well, so it may not work for you. This is just one of those products where you won’t know for sure until you use it yourself and see if your eyelashes respond favorably to it. Just be light-hearted about it and don’t put a lot of pressure and stress on the situation. Keep it in perspective, give it a try, and measure the results.

Our Recommendation
Get a smaller-sized package and give it a shot. You don’t have much to lose because even the people that said it didn’t work for them didn’t complain of any negative side effects, so you’re just back at square one if it doesn’t prove effective for you. And if it works it’s easy enough to reorder a fresh supply when you run out and you can check fuller eyelashes off your list of things to get.

Official Website: Idol Lash

What do you think? Does Idol Lash work or not?

Does Idol Lash Really Work?
3 (60%) 4 votes

{ 19 comments… read them below or add one }

lace May 1, 2012 at 8:30 am

I have no idea how it works, but it does. For me It took a little bit longer than expected for the effects to become noticeable but around 4-5 weeks my lashes were becoming longer and thicker. I have been using it for over 3 months and I couldn’t be happier.

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JennyB May 5, 2012 at 3:08 am

Awesome OMG THX Sarah for the great video and review of Idol Lash. A few of my friends were telling me about this and decided to google it and glad I found this review article. Looks like you really can’t lose giving it a try and many seem to say it works. Definitely going to get this!!!

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NJSM2010 May 25, 2012 at 8:48 pm

Yes, Idol Lash is an eyelash growth product, which is really an eyelash enhancer that promotes eyelash growth through all natural ingredients. Women are swearing by the stuff after a few weeks of use…

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Matilde Angess June 6, 2013 at 4:58 pm

Idol Lash is an eyelash growth product, like NJSM2010 said already. You put it around your eyes, just a tiny little bit and after a few week – for me it took 6-8 weeks instead of the 4 weeks they promise – your eyelashes grow bigger and thicker by themselves. This is a really amazing thing, especially for a person like me, who had tiny thin eyelashes her whole life…

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Dr. Mom September 14, 2015 at 11:56 am

Idol Lash is a sham! Mot only does it take advantage of the vulnerable (READ EVERYTHING!! You agree to a $150 “lifetime” supply & they will NOT REFUND ANY OF IT)!!!

So I decided to go ahead & try it, but it burned my eyelids – & EYES – & have dry eye so badly now I have to put drops in my eyes multiple times everyday!

Fifteen people do NOT make for good research !!!

BEWARE!!!

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Melissa Phommavanh October 20, 2015 at 11:13 pm

Idol lash is a scam!!!! Please do not order from here. There’s was an automatic subscription that took out $156 on my account. I called customer service about returning the unwanted item, she informed me that I would have to pay for shipping on top of that I would have to pay for restocking fee of $10 for my full refund. I agreed to that and shipped it out for my refund. 10/09/15. Called idol lash today(10/20/15) and ask what’s the status of my return, she (Michel Lopez) first said the shipping manager hasn’t process my return. She than ask for a tracking number which I provided, saw that the package was in their possession and offer to “ONLY” refund me back 50% which is only ($74.97) of the money that was taken from my account of ($155.94). I had to pay for shipping plus a restocking fee and they basically took more than what I’ve gotten back for a refund! I’m deliberately so hurt that a company can do such a scam! Please please DO NOT ORDER THIS PRODUCT!

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Doni January 16, 2016 at 2:55 pm

I don’t have a complaint about the product since I’ve only used it one time. I do however have a complaint about customer service. There was a special for a “free” box and all I had to pay was $5.99 for shipping. 2 weeks later my card was charged $85 for auto ship that took me completely by surprise and put my account in overdraft. Customer service said they would cancel future shipments and that they would refund the $85 if I put “return to sender” on the one that’s on the way. So we shall see.

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Donna Castle January 26, 2016 at 1:38 pm

Yes, It did make my lashes look lobger, however, it has caused discoloring around the whole lid, a drop got in my eye and I literally cannot see. I have put drops in it, no help. Tried to find any review on the side effect, nothing. Wish I had not bought it.

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bibi January 29, 2016 at 1:59 am

these companies are Scamers big time, because of the way they charge your card w/ their automatic subscriptions…it does not say anywhere that this is the case. My CC company denied my claim and is making me pay for what I didn’t know I was ordering and don’t want! Buyer beware of these ‘trolling’ cosmetic companies. They are, indeed, on the nefarious side.

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anna February 20, 2016 at 10:05 pm

http://www.motherjones.com/environment/2010/09/clinical-trials-contact-research-organizations

2/3 of clinical trials are now privately run by Contract Research Organizations.(CRO) why dont you educate yourself . your advise is off the mark on a regular basis.

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Viviane Lynch March 3, 2016 at 8:24 pm

Idol lash is a scam and piece of crap. besides, they dare to charge you more than 80.00 for that garbage. I will make sure this will be posted in the whole internet. It is even hard to find out who makes this product.

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J March 27, 2016 at 2:18 am

Beware! I ordered Idol Lash as part of a promotion for 5.99. The next day my card was charged for other subscriptions that I NEVER authorized. I had to file a claim with my bank and order get a new card. Even if the product works I’ll never order from this shady company again.

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E March 31, 2016 at 6:55 am

Same thing happened to me J I could kick myself up the backside 🙁

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E March 31, 2016 at 6:54 am

This is a total scam, whether the product works or not is a different matter! My card has been charged for the £5.95 promotion from Beautypeak and then £69.95 from Idol Lash. It’s my own fault I know for being sucked in but I’ve cancelled the card and will never use on line make up companies in the US again.

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Steelwool April 12, 2016 at 1:16 pm

I wish I had seen this site before I ordered Idol Lash! It was a preview to buy for $4.95…..I ordered to try it and used it once and no more. It does not work…..
Now I get a dunn from a collection agency to pay $85.94! And cant find a way to return it.

DO NOT ORDER THIS – a BIG BIG SCAM!

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Sandra Carr July 1, 2016 at 5:03 am

Steelwool I had the same problem with a different company. I got my bank institution involved and they took care of the problem. I had my money returned back into my checking account within two weeks.

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Jennifer Sutton September 11, 2016 at 2:11 pm

I haven’t used enough to know if it works but I got charged $68 for something. I haven’t received any more product and I’m certainly not paying that for one little bottle. Was only supposed to be $6

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Jhing July 24, 2017 at 3:10 am

The first time I saw idol lash I thought it’s a scam but I gave it a shot. I’ve been using it for about 2weeks and I’m so happy that I tried idol lash because it really works. My lashes is now a little bit longer and darker. I will keep using idol lash until my lashes becomes fuller and longer. Thank you for those people who invented idol lash.

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K March 14, 2018 at 3:21 pm

Idol lash is a scam. Ordered the three pack from their website($90). They sent a completely different product called Lash Energizer. Called the number to return the product. They said Idol Lash is no longer available and the small print and arbitration agreement means you have to accept it. We told them we would have to file a claim with our credit card company to which they said they would refund $60, restocking fee and no refund on shipping, and if we fight it we would get nothing due to the small print and arbitration statement on the website. So Idollash.com is a scam.

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Does Idol Lash Really Work?
3 (60%) 4 votes