The 10 Best Eyelash Growth Serums On the Market
Achieving longer, fuller lashes without extensions or falsies may seem too goo to be true, but if you want lengthier lashes that are the real deal, it is possible with a lash growth serums. These products are packed with conditioning peptides and fatty acids to stimulate and promote growth. The best part: they're pretty simple to apply, too.
Here; we've rounded up the best serums that will help you get the long lashes of your dreams.
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BUY IT: $55; nordstrom.com
Your dreams of rocking mascara ad lashes can finally come true-without the use of falsies or extensions. Revitalash Advanced is officially the Rolls Royce of lash conditioners. Not only does the serum grow ultra-lush length as it promises, but nourishing ingredients like green tea, ginseng, and biotin also shield your lashes from external irritants to keep them from breaking.
Rimmel London Lash Accelerator Serum
BUY IT: $14; amazon.com
Now here's what we call a cheap trick. Rimmel's lash-boosting serum is one of the best versions we've found under $10, and is lightweight enough to wear under makeup.
Vichy LiftActif Serum 10
BUY IT: $31.99; amazon.com
Consider Vichy's innovative serum to be an eye cream with a day job. The potent blend of hyaluronic acid and ceramides boast serious anti-aging benefits for your peepers, diminishing crow's feet and fine lines, as natural plant sugars give your lashes a boost, and restore the moisture they may have lost to excess eye makeup.
Peter Thomas Roth Lashes to Die For Turbo
BUY IT: $85; sephora.com
While some products may fail to live up to their given names, Peter Thomas Roth's Lashes to Die For Turbo is one that actually delivers, thanks to its ability to grow skyscraper length in record time. The potent formula uses a blend of nourishing peptides that won't irritate even the most sensitive skin types, and in just four weeks, all of your friends will be wondering whether your lashes are the real deal, or Kardashian-esque extensions.
Givenchy Mister Lash Booster
Givenchy's polymer-rich formula actually doubles as clear mascara, delivering a shiny, defined finish that works to extend your length with each use. The user friendly comb applicator also makes using the serum on sparse brows a breeze.
Talika Lipocils Conditioning Gel
BUY IT: $57; amazon.com
While apple and soy sound more like ingredients found in the latest must-try juice cleanse, Talika has tapped into their nourishing aspects to serve up what we're dubbing green juice for your lashes. All-natural elements like nettle, horse chestnut, and witch hazel stimulate eyelash growth as the soy lecithin travels into each hair follicle to deliver the active ingredients.
BUY IT: $75; dermstore.com
We already knew that Flinstones Vitamins packed major benefits for our bones, and the addition of vitamin B5 in Rodial's serum works in the same way to strengthen each individual lash from the inside out, as the brand's blend of peptides and wheat proteins help you achieve your maximum length.
No.7 Fanomenal Lash Serum
BUY IT: $9.99; target.com
If you're a lash serum rookie, No.7's version serves as a great starting point into the world of lengtheners and conditioners. After a few nights of use, you'll notice longer, darker lashes, with full results after eight weeks. Plus, thanks to the wallet-friendly price point, you can afford to stock up.
Lashfood Phyto-Medic Eyelash Conditioner
BUY IT: $78; sephora.com
Nixing gluten from your diet? Your lash serum can follow suit! While many serums use a blend of wheat proteins to get your grow on, Lashfood's natural version leaves gluten, as well as parabens and synthetic fragrances, out of the mix to stay in-line with your healthy lifestyle.
Diorshow Maximizer Lash Plumping Serum
BUY IT: $29.50; sephora.com
We've often swept on a few coats of Diorshow mascara and wished the effect wouldn't wash away with our makeup, but the brand's innovative serum has made our dreams a reality. Swipe a layer on before applying mascara as a primer, or use at night to let the soy proteins work their magic.