August 21st, 2014
In Porter

Lash Love

Porter

The brightly-colored lipstick renaissance was not my thing, and thankfully it seems to be on the wane, but statement lashes are a beauty trend I’d try, especially for evening.  Along with the fab 60’s fashions on the fall runways came dramatic, often clumpy, lashes. I’ve been studying the makeup in this story from the fall issue of Porter and may need a tutorial to achieve the look. I cannot even remember when I last applied mascara to my bottom lashes, this should be fun.

Porter

Photography Terry Tsiolis  Styling by Julia Von Boehm

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Set of two gold-plated rings

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Cotton-Polio wrap midi skirt

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Gold-plated chunky cuff

VANESSA BRUNO

One-shoulder crepe top

DELPOZO

A-line linen mini skirt

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Hammock small leather and raffia tote

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Le Cuffed mid-rise stretch-cotton shorts

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Poplin midi dress

BOTTEGA VENETA

The City Knot shoulder bag

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Belted voile midi dress

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Rockstud Spike quilted-suede bag

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Woven silk trench coat

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  • I predict this high maintenance lash trend passes quickly. Have fun trying it with your daughters, but seriously, don’t take it seriously.

    ToriAugust 21st, 2014  9:15 PM

     
  • Go for It. When I went through my phase of having lash extensions I loved it. I felt like I never needed to wear makeup (save a dash of blush and lip balm) and always looked great. I love the sixties vibe look of statement lashes. Try Benefit – They’re Real Mascara. It is fantastic. I swear by it.
    Kristin
    www.curatorsofstyle.com

    Kristin BungartAugust 21st, 2014  11:20 PM

     
  • love this look – so agree with you on the bold lip. I quite liked it but i’ve been over it for quite a while -it just looks dated now .

    michelleAugust 23rd, 2014  7:45 PM

     

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