But at £29 a pop would you shell out?
In news that will be jubilant for those of us who can't apply fake eyelashes without putting glue in our eyes, smudging mascara down our face and leaving half the lash hanging off our lids to resemble some kind of spider-panda, Freezeframe are launching brush-on eyelash extensions.
The new product is designed by skincare expert Sonia Amoroso and claims to to add 4mm-8mm of lash length instantly, for thicker and curlier lashes.
Created using a collection of small, synthetic hairs, combined with a dark gel base. The product is applied using a mascara-like wand to the tips of lashes and leaves the tiny lash extensions behind as the gel is brushed on.
The extenstions will available in the UK in Boots and online from February 6 priced at a fairly hefty £29. We'll have a review coming as soon as we can get our hands on some of this stuff.
Do you think you'd shell out for a product like this?
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