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Michael Clough's Photography Features Feathery Eye Fringe

 - Jun 29, 2009   Updated: Apr 4 2011
References: michaelcloughphotography & behance.net
The spidery, super-long eyelashes Michael Clough's model rocks in this pictorial make anyone's eyeteeth look sparse in comparison. Talk about fabulash eye fringe!

I can't help but wonder how Michael Clough achieved this excessively long eyelash look. I suspect it involves feathers. Check out some other lashtastic innovations below.

Implications - Eyelashes have always been and continue to be a symbol of femininity and beauty. The eyelash extension movement has hit the mainstream harder than ever before this year, with pieces such as Michael Clough's photography fanning the fire. This does not only signify a woman's desire for longer lashes, but an urge to continue appearing girlish despite the female liberation of this decade.