Who Else Wants Long, Lush Lashes?

Kourtney Kardashian

Ok, so I was recently watching the Today Show {small disclaimer - I was only watching it because I was on the elliptical the other morning at the gym} and saw how gorgeous Kourteny Kardashian's lashes were looking and I decided that was it - I was officially on a quest to find out how to get both you and me those long, lush lashes without falsies. Here's what I came up with:

Applying Latisse
Step 1:
Condition, condition, condition.

Celebs like the Kardashians and Brooke Shields are all about the lash growing treatment Latisse. However, I don't want to get stuck buying this miracle mascara product forever and ever so my esthetician friend said that I could massage a bit of my eye cream into lashes for a similar result. Just make sure that it is sans any ingredients like retinol that won't be good if they get in your eye - know what I mean.

Gentle please!
Step 2:
Proper Eye Care is Essential!

Remove mascara every single night using an oil-free makeup remover - I like the Sephora brand. Be sure not to rub or pull on lashes since this will cause damage and may even make some fall out - YIKES!

My fave mascara!
Step 3:
The Mascara Makes It Look Lovely

A good mascara really makes or breaks your look, but before you go glopping that stuff on - line your inner lash line with eye liner to create a thicker, lusher lash base. Then apply a few coats of your favorite glossy black mascara - my current fave is Lancome's Hypnose Doll Lashes - supposedly Kim K wore it on her wedding day.

Voila! Your lashes look better than ever! Do you have any tricks? Any fave mascara brands?

5 comments:

  1. Hey, good tips.
    Just one more from Ayurveda, massage lashes n brows with castor oil to make them grow thicker. It takes a looong time though. N gotta use a tiny drop for lashes as castor oils is quiet thick.

    Just followed u, btw.
    -Anu
    http://beautysecrets-reviewed.com/

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  2. i used latisse for a while and it tooootally works! but they go back to normal a few months after you stop using it.

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  3. Emily -

    I heard that too. That's why I have an aversion to it. Thanks for sharing!

    xo Kristle

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