lash to

lash someone or something to something

to tie someone or something to something. The boys lashed one of their number to a tree and danced around him like savages. Abe lashed the cask to the deck. Frank lashed himself to the mast.
See also: lash
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This is a full face look: you need flawless base, strong brows and lashes of lash to carry off such a statement eye.
Simply apply to outer edge of the lash to finish off any glam look.
By carefully applying one synthetic lash to one perfectly isolated natural lash, you could give your clients some added length, curl, and a bit of thickness to the lashes.
Make-up artist Jemma Kidd says: "My top tip for easy application is, rather than trying to get the angle right by gluing only the base of the false lashes, add glue further along the length of the false lashes and press them onto the natural lash to get them lying flat.
Make-up artist Jemma Kidd says: "My top tip for easy application is, rathe than trying to get the angle right by gluing only the base of the false lashes, add glue further along the length of the false lashes and press them onto the natural lash to get them lying flat.
The product's exclusive Grip and Extend brush firmly grasps each lash to coat from every angle, easily separating, elongating and sliding on more length with each stroke.
The product's exclusive Grip & Extend brush firmly grasps each lash to coat from every angle, easily separating, elongating and sliding on length with each stroke, the spokeswoman points out.
To draw, you assume a firing grip and push down -- that would be the direction of your toes -- which allows the LASH to push your slide back.
The technology attached to the item resulted in a patented, shaped-to-the-lash applicator that hugs each lash to separate at the root, elongating, accentuating and coating each lash, while even spacing between bristles allows for precise lash separation.