By Alina Kelly
If you are on the hunt for a serum to help lengthen your lashes and brows, then Milk Makeup’s Kush Growhouse Lash and Brow Serum is the product for you. Formulated with hemp-derived cannabis seed extract, plant peptides, and quinoa, this serum helps create thickness in the lashes and brows and conditions and hydrates them at the same time.
Milk Makeup was founded in 2016, and I have been a fan of their skincare products ever since. I am not very big on makeup; however, I do use Milk Makeup’s Kush Waterproof Mascara. I also use a myriad of their skincare products, ranging from their Cooling Water Stick to their Matcha Toner. Since I have been using and enjoying Milk Makeup products for such a long time, I was very excited to try their Kush Growhouse Lash and Brow Serum.
After seeing many good reviews on social media, I decided to purchase the serum for myself. While the serum has done wonders for my eyelashes, it is important to take some caution when using the product. When I first used the serum, I got a small stye on my lashline, which is something a few other product users have experienced as well. However, the stye went away in 1-2 days, and it wasn’t bothersome because it was blocked from touching my eye by my contact lens. While this is something that may deter people from purchasing the product, I truly feel that the results on my eyelashes are worth risking a potential stye.
It is recommended to use the product every morning and night for best results; however, I use it once or twice a week, and I have still seen amazing results. I prefer to use it less often to minimize the risk of getting a stye, but I have been using this product since March and have only gotten a stye twice.
My eyelashes point straight out and a little downwards, so it is difficult to see my results without using an eyelash curler. Once I curl my eyelashes, it is evident that my eyelashes have lengthened and become fuller. They are also much healthier looking, and I don’t even need mascara to hold the curl from the eyelash curler anymore. I’ve even been asked what mascara I'm using when, in fact, I’m not wearing any at all. Overall, I think the results I’ve seen with such limited use outweigh the chance of getting a small stye that quickly goes away.
I have never used this serum on my eyebrows because I am already happy with my natural eyebrows, but I have seen countless reviews about the positive results on eyebrows as well.
The serum costs $48, which is a little pricey, but I feel that the results are worth the high price tag. Customers also receive a lot of product for their money, and it lasts a long time.
Milk Makeup is also cruelty-free, paraben-free and 100% vegan, which is another plus for the brand.
If you are looking for a product to enhance and lengthen your eyelashes, I would definitely recommend this serum, and I'm sure the other 28.6K people who added it to their loves on Sephora would agree with me.