How To Achieve The Lash Trend That’s Taking Over Instagram 

This season, bottom lashes are having a moment via the resurgence of Twiggy’s iconic peepers at Chanel and Jeremy Scott’s Fall 2017 show. It delivered a doe-eyed, retro-inspired beauty on the catwalk. Instead of skipping it, lashes were emphasized to create a statement. And more often than not, makeup artists didn’t only settle for mascara–they went as far as glueing individual false lashes. 

Jeremy Scott Fall 2017

Over on Instagram, local makeup artists and celebrities were quick to get the beauty memo. Here, Kylie Verzosa and Elisse Joson gave the dainty trend a test-drive. 

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Peaches and pinks 🍑💞 @elissejosonn #makeupbyQUA #hairbyrp @renzpangilinan #elissejoson #asapseptacular

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However, for French girls, and even stars like Julia Barretto, it’s all about an extended swipe of mascara brushed along their lower lashes for an eye-opening, doll-like effect. 

@juliabarretto Makeup by @lalaflores16 Hair by @santiagoraymond ❤️

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According to MAC Cosmetics, here’s one way to do it: “Over at MSGM, the lashes were curled and applied with False Lash Maximizer (lash primer) through both upper and lower lashes for a boost of volume, length and curl. Flares of 30 Lash (individual falsies) were imperceptibly applied under lashes to create a fuller look to the lash line as needed. In Extreme Dimension 3D Black Lash in 3D Black (mascara) was generously applied through the upper and lower lashes to amplify and define”. 

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