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If I was younger and this was fashionable (and I liked it) I would do something like this only on a much smaller scale (or maybe at 20 I'd go all out lol).  I would consider it now (one or two small jewels) if I was going to an appropriate event like a concert.

 

I wore false lashes with jewels on them to my grandson's 16th bd party.  I loved the look but the lashes themselves were painful.  I ripped them off as soon as I left the party.

 

I don't care for the look on Andie but I like it on the younger ladies.

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@monicakm wrote:

If I was younger and this was fashionable (and I liked it) I would do something like this only on a much smaller scale (or maybe at 20 I'd go all out lol).  I would consider it now (one or two small jewels) if I was going to an appropriate event like a concert.

 

I wore false lashes with jewels on them to my grandson's 16th bd party.  I loved the look but the lashes themselves were painful.  I ripped them off as soon as I left the party.

 

I don't care for the look on Andie but I like it on the younger ladies.


@monicakm - I agree with you.  Its fine on the younger women and I can even see it on someone who is doing skating or dancing professionally as that seems to fit the the ocassion. 

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Jewels or not, Andie McDowell always was, and always will be, a beautiful woman.