I recently purchased a pair of false lashes - but have not used them yet. I am a bit worried I will look ridiculous. I am thinking that I will wear them on Mother's Day, as we are going out for a nice brunch. If I like how they look, I will probably wear them for nights out & special occasions only.
I wear them daily and have been for over a year now.
If you know what your doing, they are harmless, but it does take practice and the right adhesive.
I dont feel like myself with out them now...LOL....they come in all sizes and styles and I apply a thin layer of mascara on the lashe after I fix them in place and they look so naturally full, I just love them.
Ive seen other ladies and either they have adhesive stuck everywhere or they look obviously fake, its just not cute. Get a close to natural pair as possible and save the more dramatic paris for nights out. They truly make a difference, I dont even wear eye makeup as much, cause I dont have too.
I would just like to support what ImMe wrote. Stay natural and do not apply too much glue ladies. I have seen significant damage (some of it permanent) when patients use too much adhesive.
here is a pic on my website about Latisse (http://www.tareendermatology.com/latisse/). Mind you, I am not a paid spokesperson. Upon discussing with some of my patients, Latisse actually may be more economical then frequent use of false lashes.
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