Spider Lashes was very popular on the F/W runways this year.
Some of you are probably saying “What the heck, clumpy mascara?”
But to be honest I kinda like this trend. If you have ever got your makeup done by me, I always say that I don’t like eyelashes to be super perfect, in my eyes it doesn’t look natural.
But with this trend I am not completely saying to clump your eyelashes to the point where people are going to actually go buy you a new tube of mascara.
The picture above, I think is perfect.

If you would like to create this look heres how to do it.

1. Prep your eyelashes with a lash primer, this will help you get more length and thickness.

2. Use a volumizing mascara in the darkest black you can find. If you have an older mascara use that one. The more air in the tube the quicker you will achieve the look. If you have a new mascara, you can leave the top open while applying the rest of your makeup.

3. When applying your mascara, start like you normally would by applying it to the base and working your way up. After a couple coats of that, turn your brush perpendicular and coat the top of your lashes for that added thickness.

4. Another way you can get the Spider Lash effect is by applying your mascara like you normally would and then take tweezers and clump your eyelashes yourself.

What are your thoughts about this trend?
If you try it out post your pictures to the
Beauty Obsessed’s Facebook Page!!

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  1. October 10, 2011 at 2:31 AM #

    Excellent article and easy to understand explanation. How do I go about getting permission to post part of the article in my upcoming news letter? Giving proper credit to you the author and link to the site would not be a problem.

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