Mommy in Heels: My Lash Routine

Hey everyone! Hope you all had a great weekend!

One of the most common questions I get (besides “has anyone ever told your husband he looks like Aaron Rodgers?) is what I use/wear on my lashes or if they are extensions! There are only two products that I swear by for my lashes, and can’t live without! Just two! Let’s begin, shall we?!

I did have lash extensions a couple of years ago for a few years and I loved them, but the upkeep was just too much time and money. It got to the point where it was hard to find a couple of hours for a refill every 2-3 weeks, plus it was around $70+ each time. It started to add up!

Once I decided to get my lash extensions removed I started using a lash serum (my real lashes were super short at the time), NeuLash. It worked and definitely got my lashes growing. A few months after I was using NeuLash, Rodan + Fields came out with their own lash serum called Lash Boost. I have been using that exclusively for the last couple of years and swear by it!

At first I was using it every night before bed, but now that I am happy with the length and fullness, I only use it about 2-3 nights per week just for upkeep! While the lash serum is expensive, over time, it is less expensive than getting a lash refill every few weeks!

The left is prior to lash extensions and prior to Lash Boost, using Cover Girl Lash Blast. The right is post Lash Boost, same mascara!

The other is so simple, and so inexpensive-Cover Girl Lash Blast (orange tube). I have been using it since Ella was born-she will be eleven in April! I have tried other mascaras here and there, both drug store and department store, and I always go back to Lash Blast! I have found that it is the only thing that wears the best on my lashes!

While they have come out with other Lash Blast, it’s always the original, orange tube that I find myself reaching for!

There you have it-two products that I swear by, love and truly recommend!!


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