Lashes To Lashes

Whether you're into extensions, lengthening mascaras or lash growth treatments, lashes are hot right now. But jaded consumers that we are, it's easy to see lash growth products as a whole lot of hogwash. Do they work? Are they worth the often steep investment? Before you go out and spend your hard-earned cash, check out our lineup of the most popular brands out there, and what our research has discovered.

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Price: $139.97

What they say: Each vial of LiLash stimulator contains a five-month supply of lengthening activator. Used on a regular basis as part of your beauty regimen, your lashes will transform right before your eyes.

What users say: "This is the product that was recommended to me by my makeup artist for last year's Emmy Awards," says Adryenn Ashley, author of Spotting the Kooks. Adryenn says that, a few weeks into using LiLash, her lashes were the longest they had been in her life, and she now recommends it to all her industry friends.

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Comments on "Do lash growth products work?"

brandys September 12, 2013 | 4:46 PM

I tried olive oil, castor oil, Vaseline, my eyelashes started to look healthier but still kept falling, I was so disappointed! It wasn't until I used fysiko eyelash serum for 6 weeks, my eyelashes finally shedding and started growing...

becky August 01, 2012 | 6:41 AM

can someone send me info on using coconut oil for lash growth

Alison April 20, 2010 | 5:34 PM

Coconut oil? Wow, I knew that had a lot of uses but I'd never heard of that one. I'll have to look into that - thanks for the recommendation!

Jamaica DelMar March 30, 2010 | 12:35 PM

I've used virgin coconut oil on my lashes for the past month or so and it works; for the first time in my life, I have relatively long lashes! Doesn't seem to have any affect on the thickness though.

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