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For all of you who still associate false lashes with showgirls and drag queens, we promise times have changed. And if you don't believe us, at least take makeup artist Pat McGrath's word for it—"it's a glamorous, luxurious look," she told us backstage at the Versace and Dior runway shows. Best of all—you can now get all that lushness for three bucks, thanks to the Cosmetics Hollywood Lashes kit (it includes the glue, a little stand for the lashes, and an applicator). Seriously, we're dying for this thing—with the tips below, our lashes never looked more gorgeous.
- Start with a tiny drop of lash glue on the back of your hand—the trick to getting lashes to stick is to dip the base in glue and leave it there for a few seconds, so the glue has a chance to get tacky.
- Next, place the lash as close to the baseline of your own lashes as possible, working from the center out. Hold it there for a few seconds so it has a chance to stick.
- When you have finished both eyes, don't touch them for about five minutes. Only when the glue's totally dry can apply your mascara. Just beware of formulas that thickens lashes—they can clump on fakes.