If You Effing Suck At Making Use Of False Lashes, Give These Ardell Ones A Attempt

With regards to make-up, I take into account myself fairly expert. I can conceal and excellent my base, contour my cheeks to the gawds, and nail a rattling good cat eye. However regardless that I have been capable of grasp all the wonder fundamentals, I f*cking suck at placing on pretend lashes.

Regardless of what number of suggestions or demonstrations I get from execs, I can by no means get false lashes proper. I’ve tried holding a mirror beneath my face to fastidiously place strips alongside my lash line. I’ve used quite a lot of instruments like tweezers and lash applicators however practically poked my eyeballs into the abyss. To not point out the numerous variety of cat eyes and shadow bases that I’ve destroyed with lash glue (RIP). So as a substitute, I persist with lifting my fringe with good ol’ mascara.

Nevertheless, a couple of months in the past, fellow POPSUGAR editor Brinton Parker examined magnetic lash accents, and I used to be intrigued. The revolutionary enhancement seemed actually pure and convincing on Brinton, however the lash novice in me could not think about ever having the ability to apply magnetic items efficiently, a lot much less dropping over $50 on a set.

However magnetic lashes simply turned extra accessible for magnificence newbies and consultants due to Ardell. The beloved model is releasing a variety of magnetic, no-glue lashes you can decide up on the drugstore. All the assortment (which you will get January 2018 at CVS, Ceremony Assist, Sally Magnificence, Goal, Ulta, Walgreens, and Walmart for $14) is available in full strips and accents.

Due to my sticky historical past with making use of fake strips, the lash dummy in me wanted to place Ardell’s new enhancements to the take a look at. See how they cracked up forward.

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