Recent Examples of eyelash from the Web
Legendary makeup artist Pat McGrath, for example, gave us DIY orange eyelashes at last season’s Fenty show and gold eyebrows at Dior.
The crown ruled over this bit of Africa for only 60-some years—the width of an eyelash, really, in the canyon of geologic time—and yet here sits Cholmondeley, his long shadow tracing the veranda.
There is rarely a time or a place or a look that doesn't call for longer and fuller eyelashes.
Gently blow your nose and wipe your eyelids and eyelashes with a clean wet cloth.
The protesters were saying it’s sexist and racist, throwing fake eyelashes, heels, bras into a trashcan.
Gibson said the child’s big brown eyes and long eyelashes will stick with her until police have answers, including knowing his name.
Dalí’s closed eyes, long eyelashes and smooth skin are nearly ladylike, with his telltale mustache looking almost drawn-on.
Valentina, when the cops are called to one of Courtney’s events and demand to see his public-assembly permit, rushes over immediately to try and defuse the situation with authority and batted eyelashes.
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