- I've used the product for two years.
- The product is pricey.
- Even if you use as recommended, it still lasts a while.
Long lashes are something I’ve always been after. I feel like I’ve tried almost everything from eyelash extensions to lash lifts and tint, even to lash serums and of course, how could I ever forget the traditional falsies that you can get at your local drug store?
Anyway, when it came to this particular review, I wanted to wait a while. I’ve been using the Peter Thomas Roth Lashes To Die For Turbo Nighttime serum for over two years now. And if you’re questioning just why I waited two whole years to write this review, it’s because I wanted to try using the product for long extended periods and then going periods without it and then I also wanted to test out other alternatives.
I tried out lash extensions and while the idea of it seemed great initially, I quickly found out it wasn’t the best solution for me. Not only did my eyes react to the glue that was used but my allergies got the best of me when I these lashes installed. So that was essentially that.
I also tried various other serums before turning to PTR’s Lashes To Die For Turbo Nighttime serum. I tried almost every drug store alternative as well as the higher end products like Revitalash’s serum, but nothing gave me the results Peter Thomas Roth did.
So, how do I feel about the PTR Lashes To Die For Turbo Nighttime serum? At this point, I think it’s obvious. I absolutely love it. The product retails for $85.00, and while it may seem expensive, it’s worth the splurge. Trust me. The product lasts forever, and the results are truly satisfying.
The brand suggests using it at night but I actually used it during the day. The reason I did and still do this is because I work from home most days and don’t really ever apply eye makeup.
Before using the serum, I always make sure I have a clean face. When my face is ready to go, I make sure to apply the serum to both my top lash line and bottom.
The results I’ve seen with the PTR Lashes To Die For Turbo Nighttime serum have been nothing but satisfying for me. I truly see the results when I apply mascara but even alone, without makeup, I can see how long and luscious my lashes have become.
I have to admit though, I did get a lash lift and tint about a month ago to enhance the overall look. I think I saw a slight difference? But nothing too monumental.
The serum alone is enough for me unless I am going to very extreme and dramatic look, which, unfortunately, PTR Lashes To Die For Turbo Nighttime cannot provide.
If you are just looking to enhance what you already have, I definitely recommend giving the PTR Lashes To Die For Turbo serum a try.
Place to shop the PTR Lashes To Die For Turbo Nighttime serum:
- Sephora – Shop Now
- Ulta – Shop Now
- Revolve Clothing – Shop Now
- Macy’s – Shop Now
- Dermstore – Shop Now
- Nordstrom – Shop Now
Disclaimer: The PTR Lashes To Die For Turbo Nighttime serum provides natural looking lashes. If you’re looking for a very dramatic look, it’s best to opt for lash extensions or falsies that you can get at your local drug store.
I've used this product for 2 years and I absolutely love it. The product retails for $85.00, and while it may seem expensive, it’s worth the splurge. Trust me. The product lasts forever, and the results are truly satisfying. - Romana Hai
I don’t know how this works but it works! Every time I look in the mirror I’m amazed with the results. For the first time in my life I have thick long lashes. My lashes were hardly visible before using this and today my daughter thought I was wearing falsies, but they’re all mine! - Sephora Review
Romana Hai started blogging full-time in 2013 . Fashion Ambitions is more than a blog and more-or-less acts as a portfolio containing brands/collaborations and achievements. Although Romana was born and raised in New York, she currently resides in the Financial District of Boston, MA. Romana attended Penn State University and graduated in 2010 with two degrees: Economics from the Smeal College of Business and Telecommunications from the College of Communications. You can reach Romana at firstname.lastname@example.org.