Whether you're just getting a romance started or still keeping things hot, drawing your date's eyes in with yours seems like a winning strategy. Especially if you're going to be spending time at a table for two this weekend.

Whether you're just getting a romance started or still keeping things hot, drawing your date's eyes in with yours seems like a winning strategy. Especially if you're going to be spending time at a table for two this weekend.

The ladies at Sephora's Polaris location have some last-minute ideas for you.

If you had started planning, oh, a month ago, you might have wanted to invest in Peter Thomas Roth's Lashes To Die For, a nighttime lengthening and conditioning solution that one Sephora employee swears is worth every penny of its $150 price tag.

But for quick fixes you can make in the next few hours, beeline there for specialty eyelash curlers, brushes and fake lashes that range from romantic to dramatic.

And, of course, mascara itself. Take a look at these choices, suggested by Melissa Music, a certified makeup artist for Sephora.

First step

This white, creamy primer creates a base that mascara builds on. Unlike other primers, it doesn't glob, and you can apply the mascara layer immediately.

"It actually has conditioners in it that help strengthen, so it's like a double-duty primer," Music said. "A lot of people even use it at nighttime."

Lancome Cils Booster XL, $22

For everyone

This no-tar formula is great for sensitive eyes, but anyone would love that its stiff brush separates lashes while bringing length, volume and curl.

"It's undiscovered," Music said. "All of us who work here are obsessed with it."

Tarte Lights, Camera, Lashes, $18

For serious eye-batters

The number-one selling mascara at Sephora reached that level thanks to its volumizing and lengthening power.

"It's great for the girl that wants the bling-bling lash," Music said. "One coat they look great. Two coats it's awesome."

Dior Diorshow, $24

For showstoppers

This vibrating mascara does the wiggling for you, applying mascara at 7,000 oscillations per minute. We're not sure what that means, but it does give off quite a buzz!

"It's very dramatic - very, very lengthening," Music said. "Not for every girl; only for the lash diva."

Lancome Oscillation, $35