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I've always had fairly long eyelashes.

I've worn falsies on two occasions: prom and graduation. I absolutely hated them. To this day, I don't know how women can apply those to their eyes every single day. I'm more of a mascara girl myself, but I always find my mascara running throughout the day leaving me looking like a raccoon before sunset. It's a nightmare. I was going to just go cold turkey and never worry about my eyelashes again until my cousin introduced me to eyelash extensions. You're probably thinking to yourself, "why?" Well, let me explain. Like myself, my cousin has fairly long lashes, but they aren't as full as she would like. The great thing about eyelash extensions in comparison to mascara or falsies that you have to reapply daily is that they last for up to 3 weeks. Yes, three weeks! Talk about amazing. Another perk of getting lash extensions is that you don't need mascara, which means no raccoon eyes by sunset.
Lash extensions are a bit pricey, but you get what you pay for. If you want quality work than you're going to have to pay a bit more than you would for strips of lashes from your beauty supply store. So, after much thought and binge watching of YouTube videos, I have come to the conclusion that I am going to give these extensions that my cousins happens to rave about a try. Groupon and LivingSocial happen to have some amazing deals, so I'm going to take full advantage. Once I get them done, I will report back with another card and update everyone on my experience and how I like them. Be sure to stay tune and don't judge until you try them out for yourself!
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you welcome jordanhailton , I use for my eyebrows too .
It's amazing! @SohaElwan
@jordanhamilton , yes it is
Ooh! I'll have to try that for my eyebrows! They have thinned so much over time that I have to darken them. I haven't come across any 'miracle' brow solutions that work! Thanks, @jordanhamilton & @SohaElwan
You are very welcome! Keep me updated overtime on how you like it :) @TurtleyTurtles