Recent Examples of eyelash from the Web
But when globalization destroyed hundreds of thousands of U.S. manufacturing jobs, few elite policymakers batted an eyelash.
Then there are Stewart Uoo’s sculptures, of female torsos made from a vast assortment of materials, including wires, cables, steel, feathers, fake eyelashes.
Aguilera dons Twiggy-esque eyelashes, glossy emerald lipstick and a sultry, sheer red dress drenched in water at different points throughout the series.
The Grown-ish actress and activist's mane moment took its cues from Lil Kim circa 1999, right down to the eyelash-grazing fringe, Kim's glossy lilac exchanged for a matte, multi-tonal iteration.
The eyelash game has been strong the past few years, thanks to celebs like the Kardashians, who popularized extra long, luscious lashes.
Alternate uses: Dip the ends in mascara and paint your lashes for a no-makeup look, hide eyelash glue with gel liner, and de-clump eyelashes.
O’Day played an out-of-work singer on the show with big eyelashes and even bigger dreams ...
Makeup artist Paloma Garcia just shared an incredible falsie hack that will make your $1 false eyelashes look like $20 high-end ones.
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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
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