It's a bummer that most Asians are born with short and straight lashes. This is why we're so dependent on mascaras, and really, thank goodness for falsies.

Now obviously, we can't use falsies every day, so we're constantly on the lookout for new makeup hacks to get a fuller fringe. For today's disovery: YouTube beauty guru Heidi Pritchard shared a mascara trick that will change your life. 

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Apparently, it all depends on how you wiggle and twist the wand. With the right application, you can coat each lash evenly, lift the roots, and make your peepers appear almost doll-like! See how it's done below:

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Excited to try it out? Here are some mascaras you can try:

1. Revlon Volume+Length Magnified Mascara, P650 The SM Store 


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The unique design of the brush ensures each lash hair is coated with the formula.

2. Etude House Lash Perm Curl Fix Mascara, P848, The SM Store


Your lashes will remain curled through everything, thanks to this!

3. Diorshow Mascara, P2,000, SM Makati


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This product lengthens each hair, making it look like you're wearing falsies!

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This story originally appeared on Cosmo.ph.

* Minor edits have been made by the Femalenetwork.com editors.

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