Celebrities, models, and beauty queens would normally have false eyelashes in their makeup kits for longer-looking lashes. But for us everyday girls, it's not practical for us to resort to this practice—it's going to be too tedious to stick those strip lashes on every morning, right?


Thankfully, we learned from YouTube guru Marta genius tricks on how to have fuller, fluttery lashes without the use of falsies. She just used a drugstore mascara, and she explained that it's all about the way you apply it.

She starts by curling her lashes, making sure that the roots are lifted. Then, she begins applying mascara on the tightline. This step creates the illusion of thicker lashes. To make sure that the eyelashes get an even coat, she closes her eyes as she wiggles the wand. And for that doll-eyed look, Marta uses a small tweezer to gently separate each strand. Add more coats for more drama!

Watch the whole tutorial (it has 1.2 million views as of writing!) below:

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