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Photoshop catastrophes: The year in review

Brisk's eyelashes were enhanced in post-production so much that the ad became misleading, the watchdog order said. CoverGirl also discontinued its claim that the product made users' lashes two times fuller than hatless lashes and was 20 percent lighter

Post cereals brand prepares to go it alone

The spinoff "will evince to be a value-destroying investment for Ralcorp's shareholders" because of Prop's trailing position behind its cereal-making rivals, Chicago-based Morningstar Inc. analyst Erin Knout said in a September report by Bloomberg News.

Taylor Swift's Banned Cover Girl Ad

Taylor Swift's Banned Cover Girl Ad This depiction is accompanied by a disclosure that the model's eyelashes had been enhanced column production," Levine added further. The Photoshopping ban is now being taken severely and it is good and fair enough because consumers deserve to get the same

NAD inquiry leads to mascara ad yank

The NAD said it was “distinctively troubled” by the photograph, “which serves clearly to rally (ie, let consumers see for themselves) the length and volume they can achieve when they apply the advertised mascara to their eyelashes.

Eyes Wide Open: False Eyelashes

Lash aficionados attribute the fascination with eyelash enhancement to beauty bloggers’ social media makeup tutorials and to the influence of celebrities such as Jennifer Lopez, Beyoncé, Katy Perry and the Kardashians, who sport fringes that inspire emulation.

Jaimz Dillman of Orlando loves her inexpensive false eyelashes. A florist by day and actor by night, Dillman carries a tube of adhesive in her purse and eyelashes in her credit card case because “you never know when you’re going to need drama.”

“They’ve become more mainstream than they used to be,” she says. “It’s a new beauty standard that’s becoming acceptable. People like a little bit of glamour.”

False eyelash strips are available at drugstores, supermarkets and online. They can cost anywhere from $6 to $20, come in a variety of styles, lengths and thicknesses and can be trimmed to look more natural. They don’t require the commitment of extensions,  but should be either thrown away or cleaned after each use with alcohol or warm water and soap. Otherwise, wearers risk the possibility of infections such as pink eye.