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A No-Fail Way To Get Longer Lashes TONIGHT

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    False eyelashes. Growth serums. Lash extensions. We will try just about anything to make our real lashes have that they-look-so-long-they-must-be-fake flutter. But, between draining the bank account and risking our eye color changing (yikes), we figured there’s got to be a better way to get Kardashian-worthy fringe.

    “There are some simple tricks I use over and over again to fake long, lush lashes,” says celeb makeup artist Nick Barose, who counts Lupita Nyong'o among one of his clients. “They are great tips to know because they are quick and make the eyes pop without having to wear a lot of shadow or makeup.”

    Anything we can do to avoid tearing glued lashes from our lids at night and we’re in! Using products we all already have in our cosmetic bags, Barose and makeup artist Rebecca Perkins of Rouge New York Makeup Salon share their top-secret tips to creating a seriously lashed-out look. Right this way...


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