Definitions

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  • n. The line of the eyelash.

Etymologies

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lash +‎ line

Examples

  • Apply color to the lids and the lower lashline for a carefree insouciance and use a white liner on the inner rim to create freshness.

    Napoleon Perdis: Aisle Do's: A Guide To Bewitching Bridal Beauty

  • Apply color to the lids and the lower lashline for a carefree insouciance, and use a white liner on the inner rim to create freshness.

    Napoleon Perdis: Aisle Do's: A Guide to Bewitching Bridal Beauty

  • Startlingly blue, they were surrounded by thick, curling lashes, dark at the lashline and gilded at the tips.

    Heaven's Price

  • We're lining the top and bottom lashline so it looks like a fuller lash, rather than a liner.

    SFGate: Don Asmussen: Bad Reporter

  • The upper lashline is a true navy blue, which is a mix of blue eyeliner and blue eye shadow.

    SFGate: Don Asmussen: Bad Reporter

  • On the lower lashline we used black underneath the eye shadow because we wanted to have more depth and richness.

    SFGate: Don Asmussen: Bad Reporter

  • Then the Delft and Natural Fibre Fall Trend Crème Eyeshadow Palette available autumn/winter 2012 was mixed and applied along the lower lashline using a pointed No. 211 liner brush, intensifying the inner lower lashline with Natural Fibre and extending the upper outer lashline.

    NYT > Home Page

  • Use a darker shade on the lid, along with both darker and lighter hues to rim the lashline.

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  • Then comes the black eyeliner, not applied in one straight line but using many short strokes along both the upper and lower lashline, and then several coats of black mascara, letting the layers dry before applying the next one.

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  • Start with a clear and even complexion by using eye shadow into the lashline, keeping the product at the center of the brush.

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