eyelashes are notoriously awkward to apply, but with some practice and the
right products, it can create a dramatic and beautiful eye look. These 5 stars
all love false eyelashes and have shared their tips and secrets for getting the
look just right. Some believe it’s simply a case of practice makes perfect when
it comes to the application process. Others think it’s all about teaming the
lashes with the right makeup or just love how a few individual false lashes can
make a big difference to their final makeup look.
1. Eva Longoria
her false lashes with a smoky eye and simple lip: "My signature red carpet
look is a smoky eye with lashes and a nude lip. I always wear false eyelashes
on the red carpet - that's been my beauty look since my pageant days."
2. Katy Perry
false lashes add an element of glamour to even a casual look: “My lashes are
one of my top beauty secrets. Not all of us are blessed with really super-long
and full, natural lashes, so false lashes can be our secret weapon to get a
fresh new look. They can make your day look a little more bright and bring out
the glamour in the night.”
3. Lucy Hale
learnt to apply her own by practicing all of the time on set: "People are
always like, 'Wow, you have great eyelashes!' and I'm like, 'They're not mine!'
With 'Pretty Little Liars' it's always glam 24/7, and so we're always wearing
fake eyelashes. I know how to apply [them] perfectly!"
4. Sam Faiers
Sam has her
own false eyelash range and has developed a nourishing glue: "I've never
been able to use eyelash glue because I have no eyelashes after pulling them
all out. So the glue would go straight into the follicles and rip my skin. My
eyelash range uses latex glue, full of vitamins so they're kind to eyes."
5. Sienna Miller
thinks individual false lashes give a more natural look: "I once made the
mistake of going for a whole row of false eyelashes, which was just wrong as it
gave me a sad, puppy-eyed look. But a couple of individual lashes in the middle
of the lashline can look amazing and really open up your eyes."