How To Make Your Lashes Look Fale

False eyelashes are made to make your eyelashes look longer and full. There are many of us, including me, that love using false eyelashes to make your makeup feel completed but also just to add the 'oomph' to your makeup look. For those that want to have that 'false eyelashes' effect but don't want to use false lashes, keep on reading the ways I liked to achieve this look.

1. Curl your lashes. Curling your lashes before applying on mascara leaves your lashes full and upright. Put your lashes in between and clump about 7-8 times in pulses to ensure your lashes stay up. 

2. (Optional) Use a eyelash primer. I am looking to purchase either the Benefit Eyelash Primer or the Clinique Lash Building Primer. This will help the mascara hold on to your lashes whilst providing a full, lengthening look that I am sure you are all going for.

3. Use a lengthening or full mascara. Mascaras like Benefit Roller Lash, Clinique High Impact, MAC False Lashes and Maybelline Great Lash are examples of such great mascaras that can lengthen your eyelashes especially if you know how to apply it probably.

4. Determine what look you are going for. I like the individual lashes look - do this, I apply one coat of mascara normally from the root to the tip of my top lashes. Then, I apply another coat of mascara, when applying it from the root to the tip,  I coat my lashes with the brushes in a zig-zag way (I hope I explained that well). After this, I turn my downwards and individually coat my lashes. So in total, I coat my lashes 3 times - try and make sure it doesn't dry otherwise you'll have a very hard time.


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