Britney's Beauty Blog
November 28, 2011

How To Make False Eyelashes Look Natural

"When you have short, stubby, lame excuses for lashes like me, you yearn for something better. Sure, I could go and get extensions (if they weren't so outrageously expensive). Or I could spend 30 minutes each day applying coat after coat of mascara (if I lived a life of leisure). Or, yes, I could just resign myself to the cold, hard fact that I have stumps for eyelashes. But I'm not one to just roll over and accept my shortcomings -- and that's why I've become somewhat of an expert on false lashes.

I know what you're thinking. "Ew, those totally fake-looking, creepy crawly things Nicki Minaj wears?"

No. That's not what I'm talking about at all."

"The most important thing I've learned in my quest for great lashes is that when it comes to the false ones, getting the right, natural-looking pair is half the battle. And, then, how you apply them makes or breaks the look."

"To illustrate my point and help you achieve the gorgeous, glamorous look we all crave, I've compiled a list of the best lashes I've worked with and talked to pro makeup artists to get the techniques that help make falsies look more believable. Go ahead, try them on for size … it's so much more fun than daydreaming about having longer lashes." From Total Beauty.com
See our advice on how to apply the right falsies for your eyes

How to Make False Eyelashes Look Natural
This is a TotalBeauty.com eye makeup article
We all have our shortcomings. Some women pine for bigger breasts or better hair. Us? All we ask for is longer, fuller lashes. And since mascaras and growth serums can only do so much, we've resorted to using falsies -- and mastered it. Want to get our tips on how to make falsies look real?

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