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Baby Steps To Beauty: Fake Eyelashes

Baby Steps To Beauty: Just Try It! Fake Lashes

It’s no secret that I am a minimalist when it comes to beauty. My approach to beauty blogging here at Babble is to share products and tips for the beauty novice – things that are simple, natural, preferably inexpensive, and definitely easy for anyone to do.

This is why I’ve decided to start a new series called “Baby Steps To Beauty” where I’ll be chronicling simple ways to up your beauty game. Beauty should be fun – not overwhelming and I want to share tips that are attainable for every woman.

Today’s baby step to beauty is fake eyelashes.

I love me some false lashes, but they’re kind of intimidating and up until now I’d only deemed them appropriate for weddings, prom and up in “da club”. But, this is just not the case!

Over the weekend I had the chance to get glammed up for the Radio Disney Music Awards, so obviously I wanted to wear some falsies, but I didn’t want anything too crazy.

Then I found the most perfect natural lashes for a whopping $3.99 at Ulta and they are so amazing that I want to wear them every single day for the rest of my life. Thank you Ardell for making such fantastic natural looking lashes. The 110 lashes in demi black are where it’s at – so much better than most of the lashes I’ve worn before and only 1/4 of the price to boot!

Despite my usually straightforward beauty routine, I’m going to try to work these babies in more regularly for date nights and such, since my husband adores when I get all glam and these just made me feel pretty.

What are your thoughts on fake lashes? Would you add them to your beauty repertoire? Do you have any favorite brands?

 

Lauren Hartmann is the founder of The Little Things We Do, a blog about life and adventures in Portland Oregon. Follow her on TwitterFacebookPinterest and Instagram or catch up on all of her posts here on Babble. More from Lauren:

 

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