Forget false lashes, it's time to go back to basics and load your natural lashes with mascara instead. Mascara formulas are so advanced now that you can go big and bold without ending up with heavy, clumpy lashes. This is a wearable take on a runway look, and the aim is to get well-defined, loaded lashes with an emphasis on the lower lashes for a doll-eyed, '60s inspired look.
Lisa started with a lash primer, Lancome Cils Booster XL ($26) to pump up the lashes, starting at the root and wiggling up to the tips as you would with mascara. Allow this to dry completely, then brush it through.
Next, apply Lancome Monsieur Big Mascara ($25). To really coat each lash, especially in the corners, Lisa suggests holding the brush vertically, rather than horizontally. Allow the first coat to dry completely before going in for the second (Lisa suggests doing the rest of your makeup in between layers of mascara).
Pro tip: To avoid smudges, Lisa suggests starting under the eye first, moving up to the top when you've really loaded up the lower lashes. If you get any clumps during application, her trick is to gently pinch the lash to lift off the clump ("a quick pinch, and you're there!").