The florescent-lit aisles of your neighborhood big-box store are a treasure trove of cheap beauty products — dermatologist-recommended cleansers, cult-classic mascaras, faithful Essie shades, etc. — but falsies? Not so much. Truth be told, drugstore-bought false eyelashes are the next best thing to actual, professional extensions from a salon.
Whether due to money or time or the fact that there's literally a global pandemic going on outside, you might be taking a little hiatus from $200, two-hour lash extension sessions these days. You may have even found yourself wandering the beauty department at Target looking for a $10 pick-me-up to get you through, only to wind up turning around after taking one look at the surprisingly abundant selection.
There are ones that claim to mimic a natural lash and others promising va-va-voom drama. Ones that magnetize to lashes and others that require the old-school glue method. Silk ones, faux mink ones, wispy ones, individuals. It's all too overwhelming for a drugstore falsie beginner, so allow these top sellers to help you choose.
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