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How To Make False Eyelashes Look REAL (And How To Apply Them)

Eyelash extensions have become a trend that continues to stay relevant in this beauty-obsessed world. I've never had them, but apparently, the maintenance can be compared to getting your nails done--getting tips put on, paying a large amount of money for the initial service, then returning every two weeks to get them filled or opt to let them grow out or fall off.

I considered getting them, but after hearing horror stories about people's real eyelashes falling out, I backed away slowly.

False eyelashes have always been my go-to, it just isn't the best compliment when someone asks you right away, "are those fake eyelashes?" It's like, UGH, yes they're fake, but I'm supposed to apply them so well that you don't even know.

You don't need MAC falsies for $30, but you also do not want to get a pair for 99 cents. Quality is key-- Not luxury, not a bargain, but decent quality. I know it's intimidating staring down all the options, I mean, just look at all of them: