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    Occasionally I can get one eye done. No chance of getting the second to match though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mel1973 View Post
    I'm with you two. Although, I've never actually tried to put on false lashes. I'm not gluing shit to my eyes!
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    Words I've never seen in the same post before.

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    This should be marked "Don't try this at home". You need someone else to do this-a pro who will not blind you.
    My solon has this stuff called Lavish Lashes, cost is $175. Fillers $55. Now, to some that might be steep, but let us consider time, frustration and having to go to work with 2 long eyelashes and glue showing here & there. Pay the money for a pro and get it over with. Beats the hell out an ER visit!
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    My local salon does falsies for about $20 and they last upwards of two weeks. I've been meaning to try them out. I've had no luck with doing them myself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by McJag View Post
    My solon has this stuff called Lavish Lashes, cost is $175. Fillers $55. Now, to some that might be steep, but let us consider time, frustration and having to go to work with 2 long eyelashes and glue showing here & there.
    i've been doing a version of this for a couple months now and i love it.

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    aren't you afraid it will damage your lashes? i'd be too scared of the extensions weighing down my lashes and making them fall off or something.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sputnik View Post
    aren't you afraid it will damage your lashes? i'd be too scared of the extensions weighing down my lashes and making them fall off or something.
    I have the same concerns as Sputnik.

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    My sister got these done for her wedding and she did say they warned her that in the long term they might make her natural eyelashes fall out more or not grow in as strong. It sounded just like regular hair extensions. I wouldn't get them consistently over a long period of time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sputnik View Post
    aren't you afraid it will damage your lashes? i'd be too scared of the extensions weighing down my lashes and making them fall off or something.
    they are extremely light and thin because my normal lashes are very thin. you can get really thick, heavy ones. they glue them on part way down the length of the lash so as long as they aren't too heavy for your lashes, i don't really see how it could damage them. i won't do it forever but i really like how it looks so i'm going to keep doing it for the forseeable future. as my eyebrow waxer said - those are the eyelashes you should have for your eyes! mine are too thin, sparse, short and straight. these open up my face.

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