The Best Clumpy-Mascara Moments Of All Time

Photo: MCV Photo
It's really too bad that no mascara will ever come with the words, "For your clumpiest lashes, ever!" Because, honestly, we'd buy that in a heartbeat. In our minds, clumpy eyelashes aren't something to be avoided — they're to be created, as often as possible.
Of course, we're not the only ones on #TeamClumpyMascara. This look has appeared on many a badass babe throughout history, from Twiggy to Kim Kardashian. So, to honor their legacies, we've rounded up our favorite spidery lashes of all time.
Click through, and let us know who your favorite is.
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Photo: Rex USA.
Barbra Streisand (circa 1969) accentuated her lashes with dark, smoked-out shadow — a retro look that's still on-trend today.
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Photo: Courtesy of Self Service.
This 2012 cover of Self Service magazine breaks a lot of rules, which is why we love it: There are bleached brows where there should be heavy ones to balance that lip, and the mascara clumps, aggressively.
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Photo: Courtesy of Motown.
Diana Ross' extreme spider lashes give us heart palpitations — the good kind. And, paired with a light-blue waterline? Perfection.
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Photo: Woodgate/REX USA.
Model Donyale Luna rocked clumpy lashes in the '60s — with some divergent liner, to boot. This is solid proof that trends always come back.
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Photo: Courtesy of Plexifilm.
Dear Edie Sedgwick: You are flawless. We don't have much else to say.
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Photo: Picture Perfect/REX USA.
Ginnifer Goodwin went with clumpy lower lashes on the red carpet in 2012: an interesting choice, and one that earned a place here because we're still doing double-takes at it.
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Photo: MCV Photo.
At Gucci's 2011 fall Fashion Week show, clumpy lashes paired with glossy, red lips for instant glamour.
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Photo: Rex USA.
Jean Shrimpton is best known for her contribution to the miniskirt trend. But, can we talk about her eyelashes?
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Backstage at Maison Martin Margiela in 1992, Kate Moss stunned in ultra thick lashes and the perfect brick-colored gloss.
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Photo: REX USA.
Kristen Stewart likes to sleep in her eye makeup, so that it always looks smudgy. For her mascara, this means one thing: clumps on clumps (on clumps).
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Photo: Jim Smeal/BEImages.
Stop looking at Kim Kardashian's contour for a second, and you'll notice her expertly clumped lash situation.
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Photo: Courtesy of Vogue.
Marisa Berenson brought uneven, heavily mascara-ed lashes to the cover of Vogue in 1965.
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Photo: MCV Photo.
Makeup artists at Prada's 2014 fall/winter show paired otherwise bare faces with blobbed-on mascara for a striking statement.
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Photo: Rex USA.
Mia Farrow's famous short crop made her chunky eye makeup even more prominent.
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Photo: Courtesy of Paper Magazine.
Rita Ora's Paper cover solidified her as a beauty icon in our minds — thanks, in no small part, to her lashes.
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Photo: Everett/REX USA.
Shelley Duvall's out-to-there spider lashes were icons in their own right.
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Photo: Everett Collection/REX USA.
Okay, we know Lesley Lawson didn't earn the nickname Twiggy because of her lashes — but they were definitely twig-like.
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Photo: MCV Photo.
This look, from Yves Saint Laurent's fall 2014 fashion show, proved that heavy mascara looks on-point with an exaggerated cat-eye and understated makeup elsewhere.
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