Lazy Girl Lashes
APRIL 25TH, 2011
If mascara streaks, clumps and runs are making you look more raccoonish than ravishing, it's time to get dipped.
We tested the first-in-Canada LashDip semi-permanent mascara and almost alarmed ourselves at how polished we looked at 5 a.m. on Sunday morning.
The hour-long process involves curling and painting the lashes with three or four layers of a black gel-like product that is 100 per cent hypoallergenic and non-damaging to the natural lash (unlike lash tints or perms).
Lasting up to six weeks, it's perfect for beach holidays, sunny weekends, and summer workouts—when it'll be you who's running, not your mascara. —SB
$125/upper lashes, $45/lower lashes, $45/refresh, exclusively by appointment at Noir Lash Lounge, www.noirlashlounge.com