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If, like us, you’ve spent the past few months cultivating your brows bushy a la Cara, it’s time to put down the tweezers, stop the brow obsession, and get ready to embrace one of this season’s hottest make-up trends. Get ready for the false lash-look, ladies- the doll-eyed, 60s look is back big time this autumn/winter and we couldn’t be more excited!
What’s more, in this week’s sparkling new issue of Grazia, us beauty ladies bring you the full lowdown on how to get this gorgeous look, as well as revealing all the nifty little products to help you nail the look at home. This is a seriously high-impact, beautiful look, and the secret lies in a textbook application of false lashes…
However, we really do understand that falsies can be beyond tricky to apply. All that glue and fiddling has the potential to leave you feeling more flustered than fabulous… but fear not, fellow friends, as we’ve got something rather exciting for you.
Last week, we caught up with MIC babe and make-up artist Olivia Newman-Young who showed us exactly how to apply our falsies for a winning doll-eyed, fluttery look. Watch and learn, ladies!
Olivia’s Top Products
DHC Liquid Eyeliner Pen, £16
Metamorphosis Lashes in Marilyn, £3
Rimmel London Scandaleyes Lycra Flex mascara, £6.99
Duo Adhesive, £10
Tweezers and scissors
The new issue of Grazia is out now!