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This Lash Treatment is The Reason People Keep Asking Stephanie if She Has Extensions

Maybe she's born with it, except she's definitely not and it's actually because of this miracle tube of lash conditioner.
RevitaLash Advanced Eyelash Conditioner, $55, available at Nordstrom.

RevitaLash Advanced Eyelash Conditioner, $55, available at Nordstrom.

I'm not a lash-extensions person. I've tried 'em. They were too intense for my teeny eyes and looked artificial and overwhelming. (Something about them made me feel like I was sporting Miss Piggy's heavy fringe? Nah, not my vibe.) I'm a strong believer in lashes that look naturally long and fluttery, which is why I swear by this best mascara ever (fight me on it). But layer that stuff over RevitaLash-treated lashes and you'll reach Lash Nirvana. Let me rewind for a moment: I've always had puny, unimpressive lashes and relatively small eyes. So false lashes (even the individual ones) have never looked great on me, and I've never really had the patience to put them on, anyway. But over the past few weeks, multiple people — my sister, who has seen what my normal eyelashes have looked like for my entire life, included — have asked me if I have lash extensions. Nope! But I've been using RevitaLash, a.k.a. a lash-conditioning miracle.

Just like the proper skin-care regimen can lead to clear, perfect skin and then translate to less time spent on your daily makeup routine, RevitaLash Advanced Eyelash Conditioner makes lashes longer, fuller and (somehow) darker, meaning you can cut your usual mascara/falsies/lash curler routine in half.

After about a month or so of swiping this stuff along my lash line daily, I began to notice true results — not only did my lashes seem to be stronger and less likely to fall out but they appeared to actually be growing longer, fuller and darker (HOW!!?).

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I'm also a die-hard devotee of RevitaLash's brow-enhancing counterpart, the aptly named RevitaBrow, and in fact start to get a little nervous any time my tube of either appears to be running low. You see, the only downside of both of these products is that once you discontinue using them, your brows and lashes return to their original, less impressive state. Well, that and the fact that they're relatively pricey. But considering a set of quality lash extensions (which only last for about a month) can cost hundreds, this product (which you'll be able to get at least three to four months of use out of) is actually a steal.

RevitaLash Advanced Eyelash Conditioner, $55, available at Nordstrom.

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