For the most part, products on this page work and help with eyelashes. I'm reviewing the products because they are the most popular. To get an idea of which product works and which doesn't, I will look at three common eyelash techniques that can help with eyelashes: The 1) Stretching Stretching is the practice of lengthening the lashes in order to make them appear fuller. Stretching is most often used to make the lashes more defined. The most common way to stretch the lashes is with an elastic band or elastic band in place of the eyelash curler. For example, you might wear an elastic band around your eyelashes for a month, and then remove it, only to re-insert the elastic band and wear it again. This creates a "clump-filler" effect. The second method is by using an adhesive such as a silicone gel or glue or a water-based adhesive such as water-based ointment. The third and best method for stretching is using an eyelash curler. There are three things you must do with a eyelash curler: 1) Ensure that the eyelash is perfectly straight. This is easiest to do by placing your hand around the lower part of your eyelash, pressing firmly and making sure the upper eyelash doesn't fall back.