Women's Health Australia - - BEAUTY & STYLE -

Move those fake lashes from your spe­cial-oc­ca­sion kit to your ev­ery­day beauty bag. Rea­son? They’re now the new norm. “It’s not sur­pris­ing to see some­one wear­ing falsies and jeans,” says Dior brand am­bas­sador and celebrity make-up artist Daniel Martin.

TRY IT: Go for a set of doll-like false lashes. Cut the ends of a medi­um­length strip so it fits your eye width, dot on the glue and lay it across your nat­u­ral lash line. Or you can fake fakes, says Martin. Curl your lashes, wig­gle a vo­lu­mis­ing mas­cara wand across the base of your lashes to build thick­ness, and then put lash primer “just on the tips of your lashes, wait a minute, and ap­ply mas­cara again only where the primer is”, he says. And since there’s some­thing fiercely fem­i­nine about wide-eyed lashes, turn things up a notch with rosy, just-jogged-5km cheeks and berry lips. #win­ning

Try Lancôme Grandiôse Mas­cara, $58 – the swan-neck wand de­sign is en­gi­neered to reach every lash Try YSL Mas­cara Vinyl Cou­ture, which comes in eight vi­brant shades, $57 each

L’oréal Paris Miss Baby Roll Mas­cara in Indigo, $21.95 Lancôme Big Color Lash Top Coat in Fab­u­lous Gold, $35

blinc Mas­cara in Dark Green, $35.95

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