How To Apply False Eyelashes (And Make Them Look Real)

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Navigating the sea of options for getting longer lashes—from extensions to products like Latisse—can be overwhelming, not to mention expensive. Fortunately, temporary false eyelashes are one of the best options for adding length and thickness and can be done at home with budget-friendly products bought at your local drugstore. The key for bumping up your look and fooling everyone is to use single cluster lashes—as opposed to full-strip lashes—so you can control the thickness allowing the look to work during the day—even at the office. Watch this video to get fully versed on how to apply false lashes and we guarantee friends and colleagues alike will say, “You look great, what’s different?” Your secret is safe with us.

Photo: Charlotte Tilbury

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