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Along with her many other business ventures, entrepreneur Kimora Lee Simmons recently released her new Shinto Clinical product line which aims to provide the consumer with a range of beauty products for all evolving women, no matter your ethnicity. Within this product line is the introduction of LASH, an eyelash growth enhancer which promises to increase the length, condition and darkness of your lashes in a matter of weeks, rivaling the numerous other eyelash growth serums available on the market today. Want to know what makes this product so special? Or if it even works? Then read on and check out our review of LASH Shinto Clinical by Kimora Lee Simmons.
What is Shinto Clinical LASH?
Shinto Clinical LASH is an eyelash growth enhancer which aims to increase the length, thickness and darkness of your lashes up to 80% of their original condition in just 4 weeks. It prides itself on containing a revoluntionary blend of natural proteins, vitamins and nutrients including glycerin, pumpkin seed extract, cucumber fruit extract and white tea, creating the ideal environment for your lashes to be reconditioned and grow. Like many other eyelash growth serums it has been clinically proven as well as being prostaglandin free, totally safe for your eyes and available without a the need for a prescription.
The Mäker Process
We design and make everything ourselves.
The design inspiration can come from an observation of what's missing from a client's current collection or a simple UI problem.
We'll make small scale models to test out an idea and then build out a full-size prototype to look at the scale and proportion.
We work through several rounds of production samples to refine and tweak - until we get to the final product.
Commonly asked tidbits.
How would you describe your design aesthetic?
Modern with a spirit of ingenuity and a tint of ridiculousness.
Where is your factory?
Everything we design and sell is made right in our studio in NYC. From concept to execution - nothing is outsourced.
How to you work with clients?
We favor the immediacy of drawing and the tactility of a prototype over modeling on computers. And our clients benefit from the visceral reaction of seeing a small scale model or full size prototype.