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If you're looking for a last minute Halloween costume, one quick way to spice up your look easily is to add fake eyelashes. ...
We've picked a variety of drugstore options: NYX, Fright Night, Fantasy Makers, and Ardell Cleopatra lashes. Watch our video to find out how to put on fake eyelashes for Halloween or year-round!
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How to Apply False Eyelashes For Halloween
Annie Tomlin: Hi, it’s Annie from Bellasugar. Now fake lashes are some of the easiest, fastest and cheapest ways for you to create a Halloween costume this year. So I've got a few of my friends from sugar HQ and we’re going to show you some that we found at the drugstore plus a few application tips that you can use year round. These lashes are from Nyx so I think they're super fun what do you think?
Lauren Chambless: I love them, they're great, they're a lot of fun.
Annie Tomlin: How was it putting them on?
Lauren Chambless: It was really easy.
Annie Tomlin: So these are from Fright Night and why did you go for the yellow ones?
Lacey Gattis: Because my eyes are blue and it makes them look great and big, see it’s true.
Annie Tomlin: So now we’re going to put these crazy lashes on Britt here. take your fake eyelash and your eyelash glue and I like to use a toothpick or something else that’s small enough to dab just a little bit of the glue on the edges and wave it around in the air so it gets little tacky and dries a bit. pick up the lash with the tweezers then gently place it right above your actual lash line going from the outer corner to the inner corner and pressing very gently with your fingertips. Hold it there for a few seconds and you're good to go. You can always take some liquid liner, black liner and just go right over where the fake lash meets the real lash line. What do you think?
Britt Stephens: I love it.
Annie Tomlin: Yeah?
Britt Stephens: Everyday look for sure.
Annie Tomlin: And I'm going as Cleopatra except maybe I need a different costume because I don’t think she were fat. For all of these head to your local drugstore, tons of companies come out with this crazy fake lashes for Halloween, they're also cheap these are all under $6.00 and we love them. hope you do too and we’ll see you next time on Bellasugar TV stay beautiful.