Olaplex Has a New Lash Serum For Damaged Lashes—and We Tried It

It’s perfect for damaged lashes due to makeup, chemical treatments, and prolonged extensions.



Anyone who knows anything about hair knows that Olaplex has long led the charge for reversing the effects of hair damage. Its patented bond-building formula has helped many people who struggle with chemical and heat damage to nurse their locks back to life. 

That’s why the brand’s new Lashbond Building Serum makes so much sense (lashes are hair, after all). Incorporating a new patented peptide complex technology called Diglycol Dimaleate, the product aims to support lash retention, as well as the growth cycle starting at the root. The patented formula also contains peptide powerhouses such as hyaluronic acid and biotin for added strength and hydration.


Just like the hairs on our head, the hairs on our eyelids (i.e. lashes) can become damaged too. The formula marks Olaplex’s first-ever growth staple for eyes, and is meant to repair bonds that have been broken from treatments such as lash lifts and tints, as well as continued use of lash extensions that can be damaging to the natural lash. And since the product is vegan, silicone-, paraben-, and sulfate-free, it's safe for even the most sensitive and allergy-prone eyes.

Lashbond is meant to be used twice daily on clean, dry skin for optimal results. According to the brand, you should see results in the overall health of your lashes in as little as two to four weeks. 

But don’t just take their word for it—I got to try the product myself over the course of the past three weeks, and can truly say it has improved the density of my lashes already. As a daily mascara wearer, I have noticed that my lashes started to become weak and less voluminous over time. Since using the lash serum, I have noticed a noticeable amount of regrowth. And who knows—after using it for a few more weeks, I might be able to ditch the mascara altogether.

If you want to experience the lash magic for yourself, you can snag the product for $68 at olaplex.com, sephora.com and ulta.com.

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