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Stars bat their eyes with falsies, but not all flut­ters are #On­fleek

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The dos and don’ts of false eye­lashes.

Full lashes are noth­ing new, but lately Hol­ly­wood is blink­ing up the drama with ones that are fluffier than ever be­fore. “Thick, feath­ery lashes are a sim­ple way to cre­ate a fab­u­lous fo­cal point for the en­tire face,” says makeup artist Fawn Monique, who’s worked with Hai­ley Bald­win and Kylie Jen­ner. “Plus, falsies add di­men­sion and shape to the lash line, mak­ing eyes pop with­out the need for tons of eye makeup.” The key to en­sur­ing the fuller add-ons skew more yasss queen than drag queen? Monique rec­om­mends ex­per­i­ment­ing with in­di­vid­ual falsies ( like Ardell In­di­vid­u­als in Short, $4, and Medium, $5, ulta.com) in­stead of one long band. “Plac­ing sin­gle lashes on top of one another, start­ing shorter near the in­ner eye and grad­u­ally length­en­ing as you move out, cre­ates a lay­ered ef­fect that makes for a nat­u­ral-look­ing yet vo­lu­mi­nous lash line.” For more tech­niques to lus­cious lashes, take cues from these eye-catch­ing celebs.

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