Fans dazzled by Martha Stewart’s butterfly-inspired lashes: “Is Martha 30 still?”


Martha Stewart spreads her wings.

The lifestyle and media mogul is clearly Halloween-ready, as evidenced by her recent post where she shows an intricate butterfly-inspired piece of art – on her eyelashes.

On Friday, Stewart shared an image of her wearing clip-art wings around her lashes that take the shape of a butterfly. Of course, the whole thing is perfectly glued and masterfully put in place.

“With a flutter of chiffon wings, a dazzling apparition emerges from the shadows to seek its place in the spotlight,” the post read. “The feathered lashes and whimsical clip-art wings around the eyes add dimension and style to Martha’s makeup.”

The stunning display received a lot of engagement from fans, many of whom continue to revel in Stewart’s standards, which, let’s face it, are higher than most.

“Martha is cracking me up, always posting very unusual stuff,” wrote one fan while another added, “Her skin is flawless.”

“Is Martha 30 new?” One commentator asked, admiring the 80-year-old’s youthful appearance, while another joked: “I thought it was Gwyneth [Paltrow]. ”

“You are such an icon! Look gorgeous here, “praised another, with someone adding,” You are just gorgeous. The weather does not matter when the beautiful butterfly comes out of its cocoon! Really happy Halloween.

Stewart, who recently announced that she is expanding her business to include CBD products and frozen foods, is no stranger to the spirit of Halloween.

Throughout the month, the Craft Master released numerous iterations of Halloween-inspired decorations and baked goods. She also let her fans have fun by posting photos of her favorite Halloween looks with special tips for fans on how to recreate the iconic costumes.

“Ever since I was a little girl, I’ve loved dressing up for Halloween,” Stewart said in the October 2018 issue of Life. “Every year I look forward to designing my costume – some years the look is elaborate and the set itself is extraordinarily complex, like when I was the GrandMartha fairy or the spellbinding witch. For these outfits, I have it. worked with editors, makeup artists, costume designers and seamstresses to do some pretty ambitious designs. “


Comments are closed.