I've been trying to enhance my light lashes and measly brows for many years. I've tried everything — including schlepping to Vancouver for a microblading treatment. But after my microblading had mostly faded, one of my friends with enviably bushy brows and long lashes visited me — her lashes looking even longer than normal. She credited GrandeLash MD Eyelash Formula serum with the new growth which, at first glance, I'd thought must be extensions. I ordered a tube that day.
Lucky for me (and you) Amazon is offering deep discounts Grande Cosmetics for Prime Day — including GrandeLash MD Eyelash Formula and GrandeBrow Enhancing Serum. But today is the last day for summer's biggest sale, so you'd better 'add to cart' fast if you want these deals!
Long, luxurious lashes is what this serum promises. Nearly 22,000 five-star reviewers swear by it.
Sale aside, I love these serums. I was diligent about applying the lash serum along my top lash line every night, and about two months later, people started to notice. Come the three-month mark, everybody thought I’d gotten extensions, too.
I apply GrandeBrow below the front of my brows near my nose, above the tail of my brows at my outer eye, and use whatever is left in the brush throughout my entire brow, dipping into the tube once in between each brow. My methodical application is intended to create a straighter brow effect, which I think gives my eyes a lifted look. It’s now been two months since I started using GrandeBrow, and I’m seeing plenty of new growth in the areas where I apply it most. Below see my lashes before and after using GrandeLash and GrandeBrow regularly.
While I am still very happy with my microblading experience, it’s nice to have more control over how full my brows are, adding some depth and boldness on days that I want it and keeping my brows a bit more sparse and natural with clear gel most days. I’ve now practically become a Grande spokesperson — I got my mom, my sister, and several of my friends hooked, and they’ve all seen similar growth.
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Best early Prime Day TV deals
Need a new TV? You can get one at an impressive discount right now — and historically, some of the biggest Prime Day deals are on TVs.
At just $300 (down from $560), the Amazon Fire 55-inch Omni Series 4K Smart TV is a whopping 45% off for Prime members. Yes, it's priced even lower now than it was on Black Friday. (Thank you, early Prime Day sales!) Stream movies and your favorite shows to your heart's content while enjoying the clear, vibrant 4K Ultra HD picture and assistance of the ever-attentive Alexa.
"If I could give it six stars, I would," raves a happy shopper. "LOVE the interface. Really works well compared to previous Fire models. Has no problem controlling the rest of my smart home, hears me and understands me better than previous models. I really love that you don't need to activate Alexa with the microphone button anymore...Picture quality is the best I've ever had in a TV...It's perfect for shows and movies.
Best early Prime Day gaming deals:
Luna Controller, $40 (was $70), amazon.com
Best early Prime Day electronics deals
TP-Link AC1200 WiFi Router, $30 (was $35), amazon.com
Beats Studio3 headphones, $228 (was $350), amazon.com
Aqwzh Waterproof Phone Pouch, $15 (was $60), amazon.com
Amazon Fire 7 Tablet, $30 (was $50), amazon.com
Fire 7 Kids Tablet, $50 (was $100), amazon.com
Best early Prime Day kitchen deals
In past years, Amazon has included a lot of sale items in this category for Prime Day. There are so many small appliances designed to make your time in the kitchen easier — and they're on sale.
If you're looking for a blender that’ll get the job done, this 1000-Watt Ninja device is a great option. It can crush ice completely in seconds and get a smooth blend on all your favorite dishes. A sizable 72-ounce pitcher lets you whip up plenty of smoothies at once.
Ninja Mega Kitchen System, $160 (was $200), amazon.com
Ultrean Air Fryer, 4.2 Quart, $60 (was $96), amazon.com
Ninja 4-quart Air Fryer, $95 (was $130), amazon.com
Ninja Foodi 9-In-1, $90 (was $130), amazon.com
Best early Prime Day device deals
Amazon has plenty of devices to help make your life easier — and they're all on sale. These are virtually guaranteed to have their prices slashed for Prime Day.
Amazon Eero 6+ Wifi Router, $90 (was $140), amazon.com
Amazon Halo Band, $45 (was $100), amazon.com
Best early Prime Day home deals
Kick back on your couch and let your robo vac do the work for you. This popular Shark vacuum features a tri-brush system to really sweep up dirt, dust and other gunk lurking on your floors. It runs for 120 minutes before needing a recharge and is easily operated from your phone.
Marsail Gel Memory Foam Pillows, $45 (was $49), amazon.com
Airbition 8-Inch Foldaway Fan, $47 (was $60), amazon.com
Cybex Libelle Stroller, $210 (was $350), amazon.com
Cacala Turkish Beach Towel, $16 (was $25), amazon.com
Avenco Queen Mattress, $420 (was $530), amazon.com
Health and Wellness
Treat your tired feet with this handy massager. It offers three air pressure levels and three different speeds for massage rollers to help you — and your feet — unwind. There's even a heating feature to warm you up. Control all the action with the included remote.
FIT KING Massage Gun, $80 (was $110), amazon.com
Best early Prime Day pet deals
Best early Prime Day sports and outdoor deals
Akaso Standup Paddle Board, $209 (was $300), amazon.com
Lawn and Garden
Best early Prime Day beauty deals
Best early Prime Day fashion deals
Swarovski Attract Choke, $80 (was $120), amazon.com