Until recently, I was never really into eye makeup. That is, until I tried Fusion Beauty’s StimuLashFusion night conditioning lash enhancer. I was immediately hooked, and just like that I was determined to have the longest and prettiest lashes in all the land. The switch has been flipped! Suddenly I would kill for a pony’s eyelashes, is what I’m saying. Luckily, I don’t have to! With the right set of beauty products and tools you can have lashes that rival those of pricey extensions or falsies. Here’s a list of my five go-to lash products that give my eyes the ultimate va va voom! 1. Fusion Beauty StumLashFusion Fusion Beauty StimuLashFusion, $99 This enhancer is packed full of peptides and vitamins that provide intensive conditioning and nourishing benefits that dramatically extend lashes. To see the full results it takes about six weeks, and it’s well worth the wait. I use it every night before bed, applying the clear serum to my lash line just as I would an eyeliner. I also put it on my eyebrows to promote growth, since mine are quite sparse. (It takes a lot of love to make them the face-framing beauts that they’ve become, thanks to Spruce & Bond’s Blueprint tinting and shaping services!) I can honestly say that after a few weeks, I noticed my lashes were looking longer and much healthier. I started getting compliments on them even when I didn’t have a stitch of eye makeup on. The serum costs $99, but like all serums, a tiny itty bit goes a long way — so just one tube will last you a very long time. 2. Shu Uemura Eyelash Curler Shu Uemura Eyelash Curler, $20 This eyelash curler is an iconic beauty classic. Its silicone pad and “mushroom” shape creates a protective stay-put edge and enhances lashes by giving them a major lift and curl. (Spa Week Senior Writer Beth has been using this on her downward-tilted lashes for years, and says no other curler compares.) 3. Too Faced 3-Way Lash Lining Tool Too Faced 3-Way Lash Lining Tool, $22 This genius little lash lining tool is equipped with a lash-emphasizing dot tool, tight liner, and a traditional liner. The dot tool is my personal favorite function! To make my lashes look super defined and thick I gently dot upwards underneath my lashes and between the roots. The reason it works so well is because it has three tiny tips that allow for precisions and depth that no other liner can touch. Check out the Too Faced video to see the three different ways to use it here. 4. Benefit Roller Lash Benefit Roller Lash, $24 Benefit Roller Lash is hands down the best mascara I’ve ever used. The results are super dramatic, making my upper lashes look as long and lifted as falsies and my bottom lashes looking babydoll beautiful. The reason it works so well? The Hook ‘n’ Roll brush carefully coats every single lash with formula that contains Provitamin B5 and Serin as you wiggle the brush from the bottom of the lashline up. This water-conditoning mascara holds for 12 hours and it’s basically my ride-or-die go-to for the rest of my life. 5. Sephora Collection Lift-Off Lash Comb Sephora Collection Lift-Off Lash Comb, $10 This nifty lash comb by Sephora is one of the best tools I’ve found when it comes to separating my lashes. I use it throughout the process of getting mine to look lifted, long, and gorgeous. Use it before curling, throughout applying liner to get rid of any clumps, and after putting on mascara and your peepers will be so pretty you might not even recognize them! You can even use to groom your brows, and because it folds up it’s super easy to stash in your purse for a quick touch-up. Do you have a favorite lash-extending product? Tell us about it in the comments below! Start a Conversation Cancel a Conversation Connect with Enter your WordPress.com blog URL http://.wordpress.com Proceed Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.