Noun(1) any of the short curved hairs that grow from the edges of the eyelids
(1) A few strands of hair caught on his eyelash and he flicked his head quickly to get them out of the way.(2) An eyelash takes six weeks to grow back.(3) When you lose your eyelashes , you look very weird.(4) Slowly she raised a thin hand to her face and swiped at the rain that clung to her hair and eyelashes .(5) Before curling your eyelashes , heat the curler with a hair dryer for a few seconds.(6) Dew had settled on her hair and eyelashes by the time she found a good place to practice.(7) There is no evidence of any talent - her performance is a collection of blank looks and batted eyelashes .(8) In ancient Egypt, Priests plucked every hair from their bodies, including their eyebrows and eyelashes .(9) His eyelashes fluttered, and his eyes opened.(10) A few teardrops clung to her eyelashes and her hair had fallen into her face and stuck to her cheeks.(11) His skin was as pale as ever, and dew was shining in his hair and on his eyelashes .(12) Everything about her is long - from her legs to her eyelashes to the dark hair that cascades over her shoulders.(13) Her eyelashes gracefully curved over her eyes and they were even longer than his.(14) Her eyelashes are almost as light as her hair, and I can see a sprinkling of tiny freckles on her nose and cheeks.(15) She was a spinning dynamo of sequins, hair and eyelashes .(16) Cosmetic eye surgery may also improve your sight if saggy skin in the upper lids hangs over the eyelashes to obstruct vision.
(1) eyelash curler :: kirpik Bigudi
1. lash ::
2. cilium ::
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