I use the word "naturally" loosely, meaning that you can have long eyelashes without falsies or extensions, but you do need the help of a little beauty product called Lilash. Some people, like my sister, are born with gorgeous, long lashes. I, however, was not. So after hearing about LiLash on Natalie Hill's blog I decided to ask for it for Christmas. I was very excited when I got it and started to use it immediately. After a couple of weeks I started to wonder if it was actually working or not because I didn't notice a change on a day-to-day basis, but then BAM, all of a sudden my lashes were really long. Multiple people started asking me if I had fake eyelashes! The last two times I've gone into Sephora the employees immediately comment on my eyelashes and want to know how they are so long! The first day I met my new roommate she asked about my eyelashes and a random girl on the bus asked what kind of mascara I use because she liked my eyelashes. I knew it was really working when other people started to notice and comment.
It is expensive, but I think it's worth it. And in the long run, much less expensive than getting eyelash extensions. I used it daily and sometimes twice daily for about 3 months, then I cut down to just once a week and now I use it about every other week. I use so much less mascara now - just a little touch here and there and I'm good to go.
To use, just apply it like liquid eyeliner along the base of your upper eyelashes. I put it on right before I go to sleep and it's worked just great. There are no side effects.
Here are my lashes before (click to enlarge):
After using Lilash for a few weeks:
Here are my eye lashes at their longest. Crazy long.
Easy, breezy...but not covergirl. After continuing to use the product they were a little TOO long (never thought I'd hear myself say that about my eyelashes), so I cut back and find that using it just occasionally now to maintain them is just right.
You can order it here: http://www.lilash.com/