Up until now, we thought dramatic falsies made for the boldest makeup move. But who knew that few years down the line there’d be a riskier, edgier trend giving the regular false lashes a run for its money? Yes, we’re talking about colourful falsies!

The trend needs no definition. Just when we got used to celebrities and runway models making a statement in falsies, we got introduced to yet another dramatic trend—coloured falsies! This trend is a sure-shot treat for makeup maximalists. If you’re looking to take your eye makeup game to a whole new level, then you must definitely give coloured falsies a shot. Think orange, pink, blue, green—2020 is certainly proving to be game-changing!

Love including vibrant colours in your makeup routine? Here’s a cool and quirky way to do so.

 

Pink pout? Nah! Pink lashes? YAAS!

Pink pout? Nah! Pink lashes? YAAS!

Let’s admit it! Pink adds just the right amount of rosy glow to your makeup. But for a change, we are not telling you to wear pink on your cheeks or lips. Not even on your lids. Instead, we’re asking you to wear pink falsies to add some drama to your makeup game, girl. You’re sure to stand out!

 

Red on red

Red on red

Love OTT makeup? Then, here’s a look you need to bookmark right away! On a minimal base, wear red falsies and finish off your glamorous look with a swipe of a deep red lipstick. The red on red combination will scream LOVE! Dare to try?

 

Owning orange

Owning orange

Who would’ve thought that coral hues can also be used on your lashes? The colourful falsies trend brings your OTT makeup dreams to reality. Get your hands on orange falsies and team it with an orangish-red lipstick and a minimal, matte base.

 

Powerful purple

Powerful purple

Makeup lovers, make way for purple falsies! This beauty trend is going to make you fall in love with pop colours, we promise. Team purple falsies with a bright pink eyeshadow and tie your vibrant look together with a purple lipstick. And, you’re all set to make a stunning beauty statement!

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