As a beauty-obsessed girl, I’ve kept a long list of beauty pegs throughout the years. My list contains including Adele and her smoky eyes, Bianca Gonzalez and her lipstick game, Janine Gutierrez and her brows, and many more. But when it comes to eyelashes, I’ve always loved Audrey Hepburn’s full but very natural-looking fringes.
And so I did research. How did she achieve such gorgeous lashes? Apparently, it was all thanks to a sewing needle.

After applying a few coats of mascara, her makeup artist would take a sewing needle and meticulously separate her eyelashes starting from the roots. Every. Single. Eyelash.


It’s quite terrifying, because one wrong move and you’ll be running straight to the ER. The trick does make a lot of sense though, at it allows you to evenly distribute your mascara and keep your lashes from clumping. (But you could use other things, too. Like, uh, a fan brush?)


What do you think of this makeup hack, girls?


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SCREENCAP: Sabrina/Paramount Pictures (1954)

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