Recent Examples of eyelash from the Web
In a sea of suits and blazers, Henderson can be spotted wearing T-shirts with sassy slogans, glittery makeup and winged, butterfly eyelashes.
From there, repeat the process with the other eyelash.
In the end, the Mulleavy sisters decided to combine the two looks — daisies scattered across the fingers (in this case, just pinky and ring finger on each hand) and a few real flowers glued onto bottom half of the nail using eyelash glue.
Every woman should wear a (fill-in-the-blank) at least once in her life: A pair of heels and eyelash extensions.
If Kevin Love and Damian Lillard lead their respective conferences in assists this season, nobody will bat an eyelash, dammit.
Lash Lure This 1933 mascara promised to give women that permanently made-up look using aniline dye on eyelashes.
To bring the sultry drama, the beauty influencer added false eyelashes and mascara, and tightlined her upper and lower water line with the same EM Cosmetics Matte Gel Pencil to make sure there was no blank space.
My eyelashes prickled, skin seared as if by a furnace blast.
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First Known Use of eyelash
EYELASH Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of eyelash for English Language Learners
: any one of the hairs that grow along the top of the eyelid
EYELASH Defined for Kids
Definition of eyelash for Students
: one of the hairs that grow along the top of the eyelid
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