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Lash Out! The Best Mascaras

We tested 'em: six super mascaras, guaranteed to lengthen, plump, curl, and separate to give you fabulous lashes.

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Editor's Pick: The Best Mascara for Curling Lashes

The spiral-shaped brush of Dior Diorshow Iconic ($27, sephora.com) crimps your fringe just like a lash curler.

Tester says: "This creates a dramatic bend, and the texture lets you layer." -- Leah Wyar, 30

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The Best Mascara for Lengthening and Strengthening Lashes

Polymers in Maybelline New York Lash Stiletto ($8.95, drugstores) stretch hairs, while vitamin E hydrates and adds gloss.

Tester says: "One coat pulled my lashes close to my brows." -- Ayren Jackson-Cannady, 28

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The Best Eco-Friendly Mascara

Rice proteins in Physicians Formula Organic Wear ($9.95, drugstores) thicken lashes, and the tube is totally recyclable.

Tester says: "It didn't irritate my sensitive eyes even after all-day wear." -- Naomi Fink, 27

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The Best Sweat-Proof Mascara

Cocoon lashes in a no-budge tinted top coat by using L'Oreal Paris Double Extend Beauty Tubes ($10.95, drugstores).

Tester says: "It stayed put through a serious sweat session." -- Michelle Postorino, 20

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The Best Conditioning Mascara

Elizabeth Arden Ceramide Lash Extending Treatment ($20, elizabetharden.com) nourishes like a hair mask for lashes.

Tester says: "After a week of wear, my lashes were softer." -- Carrie Stern Kleiner, 30

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The Best Mascara for All-Over Coverage

The mini brush of Tarte Bottoms Up ($14, tartecosmetics.com) coats the tiniest of lashes on the bottoms and corners.

Tester says: "It lightly tints lower lashes and does not smudge." -- Marcy Lovitch, 40

Originally published in FITNESS magazine, March 2009.

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Originally published in FITNESS magazine, March 2009.
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