In the 1960s, full, dramatic lashes surged in popularity. Women started applying mascara to both top and bottom lashes, and false lashes created a bold, wide-eyed effect. Colored lashes and those in a variety of lengths and thicknesses heightened the drama, even going to extremes with embellishments. Today, we still enjoy a similarly diverse range of options. While false lashes aren’t as common for daily use, they are still a fun way to subtly — or not-so-subtly — enhance one’s look.