A classic is a classic for a reason and this is the go-to curler for everyone in the industry, from makeup artist to editors. With it's mushroom-shaped silicon padding and easy-to-control engineering, it applies the ideal amount of pressure for fanned-out perfection.
Shu Uemura Eyelash Curler, $20; shuuemura.com.
Banish clumps by drawing this metal tooth comb through your lashes from root-to-tip. It'll also define for a lengthy, fanned-out effect to boot.
Vincent Longo 'Lash Definer' Eyelash Comb #2, $18; nordstrom.com.
This brush specializes in a root-to-tip application with paint-like strokes that deposit less color (for a more natural look). It's the ultimate way to ensure you don't have clumps in the first place.
e.l.f. Studio Fan Brush, $3; eyeslipsface.com.
In 28 days, a twice-a-day swipe of this conditioning treatment will make your lashes heathier, enhance color, and most importantly, add length. The best part is it's the only drug-free, plant-based formula on the market.
Talika Lipocils Conditioning Gel, $57; dermstore.com.
When it comes to any beauty product, we love anything that works overtime—and this clear formula nourishes, primes, and boosts lashes in one fair swipe. Apply before bed as a treatment and then in the morning, swipe it on and wear on it's own as au naturale mascara (or apply mascara right over it).
Givenchy Beauty Mister Lash Booster, $31; barneys.com.
Semipermanent tinting is definitely something you can get done professionally, but if you're down for a little D.I.Y. action, look to a kit like this, which has an applicator, comb, creamy color, activating gel, and most importantly, under-eye shields. It comes in different shades (black and brown) so you can nail your perfect look.
Godefroy 28 Day Mascara Permanent Eyelash Tint Kit, $24.95; drugstore.com.
This is not for daily use. We repeat: This is not for daily use. Much like abusing hot tools for your hair causes damage, a heated lash curler should be used sparingly for special occasions. Basically, it gives more of an intense curl by pushing the wand gently against your mascara-coated lashes.
Japonesque Heated Mini Eyelash Curler, $16; dermstore.com.
For the ultimate are-they-or-aren't-they-real effect, it's all about the individual lashes. Apply them to the base of your natural lashes with just a dab of lash glue. (We recommend applying a coat of black liner first.)
Benefit Going Solo Lash, $15; benefitcosmetics.com.
If you're like us, the more precision necessary, the more shaky your hands become. (Thanks, body.) With its rubber-coated grips, this applicator will fit perfectly in your hands as you place individual lashes on your lids with ease.
Sephora Collection Bulls Eye Lash Applicator, $12; sephora.com.