Get lashed

With some se­ri­ously bat­table lashes

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Alexa Chung Lash Wardrobe by Eyeko, avail­able at Net-a-porter Mod­els at Marni sported spi­dery falsies that make-up artist Tom Pecheux had cut up and at­tached hap­haz­ardly to cre­ate a feath­er­like ef­fect Fiery red lashes set peep­ers alight at Ar­mani Mary Ka­trant­zou’s girls wore lash­ings of aqua

You’re in a rut. A claggy and pre­dictable black mas­cara rut. Just like the French mani rut that pre­ceded the ad­vent of nail art, we are all guilty of hav­ing be­come mega mun­dane when it comes to mas­cara. Well, it’s time to lav­ish some love on those lashes. And I pro­pose—hear me out—that next time you whip out your magic lash wand (what, don’t you call it that?), you opt for a pop of colour. Green-eyed gals should go for pur­ple and mauve, while brown-eyed babes look great with green. If you’re blonde, you can’t go wrong with a nat­u­ral-look­ing brown or a pop­ping elec­tric blue. In­tent on black? Then it’s time to re­visit falsies— al­ways worth the fin­gersstuck-to­gether has­sle.

Lancôme by Mir­i­fique Vi­o­let in Mas­cara Colours Grandiôse

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