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E! News Girls Lash Out

Lauren Salapatek | July 10, 2011 | 11:27 PM

It’s their job to comment on celebrities day after day, so it’s important for the girls on E! News to always look their best. Ever wonder how the girls get camera ready? E! News Make-up Department Head Kat Connelly uses Ardell Lashes on Giuliana Rancic, Ashlan Gorse, Catt Sadler and Kristin Dos Santos to complete their on-air looks.

For Giuliana Rancic, the main anchor of E! News, she uses Ardell #122 to give a full, lush lash look. For E! Correspondent Ashlan Gorse, she uses #125 for a flirty and fun look. Emmy winning journalist Catt Sadler, Connelly also goes with #122 on set because there are a lot of shots that are taken at a distance and the camera really picks up on them. Resident TV insider Kristin Dos Santos wears Ardell Scanties with DuraLash Naturals in medium for sit down interviews and set visits because they look very natural for those types of shoots.

A seller of faux lashes, adhesives and eyelash conditioners, Ardell offers many styles in strips and individual lashes with a full line of accessories including adhesives, combs, curlers and tweezers. Ardell individual lashes use a patented knot-free technology. To learn more, visit

E! News Girls Lash Out

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