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 The False Eyelash Look

32 Makeup Tips That Nobody Told You About -- because false lashes are a pain!







False lashes can be a pain, not to mention time consuming! Here are a few ways to get the look without the hassle:
1. After curling your lashes, apply a thin layer of powder before applying your mascara. I just sweep a small blending brush across my compact and apply it to the top and bottom of my eyelashes. I’ve also heard that some people use baby powder, although I think they both have virtually the same effect; creating a base that makes them appear much fuller.
2. Apply two coats of mascara to the bottom and TOP side of your lashes, but wait 3-5 minutes in between each coat, otherwise they tend to get clumpy (not cute).
3. When applying your mascara, you don’t want to just move your mascara wand from the base of your lashes up. Make sure you are moving the mascara wand back and forth while going up. The left and right motion will make sure every lash is covered entirely, all the way to the tip.
4. Almost done! Now, check your lashes for any gaps. Use the tip of your wand to apply another coat of mascara to individual lashes where they look sparse. Even better, use a fine tipped liquid eyeliner to fine tune and fill in any gaps.


Avon True Color SuperExtend Nourishing Mascara

$8.00 SALE $5.99
  • Black
  • Brown Black
  • Navy



  • TO USE
• Sweep on from root to tip to detangle lashes and create 
instant length and definition
• The Flexi-Brush gently coats each lash with a fortifying formula without tugging or pulling
Avon True Color SuperExtend Nourishing Mascara...Lashes look longer, feel healthier and conditioned. Won’t clump, smudge or flake off. Flexi-Brush gently coats each lash with a fortifying formula, without tugging or pulling.

BENEFITS
• Lashes look longer, and feel healthier and conditioned
• Nourishing formula protects and fortifies lashes
• Won't clump, smudge, or flake off
• Removes easily for less lash breakage
• Enriched with Argan Oil, Coconut Oil, and Vitamin E
• Hypoallergenic
• Ophthalmologist tested
• Suitable for sensitive eyes and contact lens wearers 
• Flexi-Brush

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