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Lash Extensions

Friday, June 12, 2009

Have you ever wished you had thicker, fuller lashes? Tired of putting on the false lashes? Well…lash extensions could be your answer! For about $90 you can have your first set of individually clued on lashes to your own lashes and in 3-4 weeks (when they have grown out/fallen off) you can get them replaced for around $45. I have been noticing this popular trend among beauty editors alike and have been contemplating the lash application and thought I would open it up to all of you fellow beauty fans to hear your thoughts. Have you done it, would you do it?

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cjk9 wrote:
1) 6/12/2009 9:46:17 AM
I would most definitely do it! I hate my lashes and have tried every product on the market (within reason!) Where do I sign up? Who does it?
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booey wrote:
2) 6/12/2009 9:47:57 AM
i TOTALLY would! I have long lashes but they aren't that thick and they are blond. So I spend a lot of time putting mascara on and I use false lashes lots.
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Libbe wrote:
3) 6/12/2009 9:54:34 AM
I have it and I LOVE it! My eyes really pop out and no mascara can rival the effect. My make-up routine is considerably shorter, too. Tips: if you know someone who has gotten eyelash extensions, do ask whether they were happy or not. No two technicians are alike and this translates onto their lash job. When badly done, it's uncomfortable, can be itchy and tends to unglue itself quickly. When beautifully done, you don't feel them at all except if you are wearing glasses (since the lashes are looong LOL) and they look pretty good until the next maintenance session. One girlfriend said my lashes were indecently long - but she didn't know I had had extensions and didn't suspect a thing. The two who know love it. Others think I have long lashes, use good mascara and have mastered my mascara technique. Between the extensions and having my eyebrows threaded, that part of my face is impeccable. Batting my lashes has never been more fun than now LOL ;-)
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FincheyStrange wrote:
4) 6/12/2009 9:55:36 AM
I can understand why someone would want those; I myself have naturally weak and wimpy lashes. But I personally wouldn't do it. I'd MUCH rather spend the money on one of those lash fortifiers- you know, the kind that condition and nutrify your lashes so they'll grow longer and stronger. Sure, it's NOT instant gratification, but I've had great success (insert picture of Borat!) with those, AND it's nice to know they're my own lashes! Plus, I'm more than a little wary of letting someone else glue stuff to my EYE area. I don't know if I could sit still for that!
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AP wrote:
5) 6/12/2009 10:03:02 AM
I think its a great idea, if something is going to make you feel better about yourself then go ahead, more power to you. I also think its a better alternative (for some) to the new perscription that have been advertised on TV to get thicker fuller lashes, i just don't trust a drug that may or maynot discolor my iris.
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makeupfan210 wrote:
6) 6/12/2009 10:04:00 AM
NO, I would not do much hassle...I rather use a good mascara and accentuate lashes that way......
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Ms. KiWi wrote:
7) 6/12/2009 10:04:47 AM
I've been considering getting lash extensions but everywhere that I've checked has been too pricy. I have not found a place yet where the extensions are under $200. I don't know about anyone else but that seems this point I'm like I'll keep putting my false eyelashes on. Bummer!
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lynn t wrote:
8) 6/12/2009 10:05:12 AM
I would do it in a heart beat
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Annernanner wrote:
9) 6/12/2009 10:05:12 AM
I have heard of the extentions before and it sounded interesting but expensive. I don't think I would have it done as I am happy with my lashes but would recommend it ti a friend.
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dee-licious wrote:
10) 6/12/2009 10:05:55 AM
I'm guessing it wouldn't look as ridiculously fake as press on lashes, but i still wouldn't do it. that's a bit expensive for just lashes. luckily mine are good for now!
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babsy529 wrote:
11) 6/12/2009 10:06:03 AM
since i naturally have short eyelashes i used to think about trying this out. but after seeing a friend who had a lash extension installment go terribly wrong... i've reconsidered. there are so many new mascaras out in the market now and i'd rather try out a new lengthening mascara for $5 and be able to remove it that night than pay $90 for something i may not even like which i will be stuck with for a month!
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mangos wrote:
12) 6/12/2009 10:10:55 AM
i haven't done it and i probably won't try it. $90 is a lot for something that will only last for 3-4 weeks. for some special occasions i may use fake lashes which works fine, but for everyday use, a little mascara is enough.
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AmandaAustin wrote:
13) 6/12/2009 10:14:20 AM
I hardly think that longer eyelashes are worth $90! I use the false eyelashes (from E.L.F. of course) and they always do the trick if I want something bold. My lashes are super short but mascara or fake eyelashes work for me, so I wouldn't do this. It may be pretty at first, but once they grow or fall out, wouldn't it leave gaps in your lashes?
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Juli wrote:
14) 6/12/2009 10:14:52 AM
Good to know, I may be needing this in a few years
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jennp wrote:
15) 6/12/2009 10:19:15 AM
i would love to do it but 90 dollars is expensive!
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skins813 wrote:
16) 6/12/2009 10:19:24 AM
I had lash extensions applied once when I lived in St. Louis a couple of years ago. It was wonderful waking up with long, beautiful lashes and not having to apply mascara. However, mine started falling off in less than a week, so I couldn't see going back and spending even more money and time (a couple of hours) for a touch-up. If you are contemplating getting lash extensions, make sure you go in without mascara. I had mascara on and removed it with soap and water at the salon, and I suspect this is what caused the extensions to start falling off so quickly.
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Inarosie wrote:
17) 6/12/2009 10:22:05 AM
I actually like the idea. There are several salons in my area that do them for much less than $90. My only concern is how safe the lashes and the procedure are. I would hate to get an eye infection from this.
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midnightdragon02 wrote:
18) 6/12/2009 10:23:14 AM
nice idea but a Little to costly for me
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Kymbers wrote:
19) 6/12/2009 10:25:21 AM
I must say that I was a little ahead of my time with the individual lashes. I first started wearing them in 1978 (does that really date me? In any event, with all the buzz about lash "extensions" these days, I decided to re-visit my Short Black Flare days, which I apply myself with a waterproof glue. I love them all over again, and they look so natural no one seems to take a double look! So, I say go for it. Why keep spending money on mascara that's suppose to give you full, lush sexy lashes? The models and actresses in the commercials are wearing false lashes or extensions- Don't be fooled. Not to mention they never you looking like you have racoon eyes!
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Becky M wrote:
20) 6/12/2009 10:26:38 AM
I have really long eyelashes as it is, so I never thought about extensions. It seems like the kind of thing you should do if you don't have eyelashes or if they are really really fair/small. Otherwise, the cost of doing it could probably add up quickly.
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hellokitty wrote:
21) 6/12/2009 10:30:08 AM
good option to have, but i wont be using it anytime soon. maybe if the price came down a little and if the lashes lasted longer than a month.
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mins_3 wrote:
22) 6/12/2009 11:20:23 AM
no not at all i have got beautiful eye lash and i am fullysatisfied with them
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AnniefromGA wrote:
23) 6/12/2009 10:30:10 AM
When I first got my extensions done, there were two types I had to choose from: flares of 3-5 strands knotted together and individual lashes. I've tried the individual lash extensions which I ABSOLUTELY LOVE! It gave my eyes a very "natural" appearance of thick and full lashes. Definitely worth the money. However, these things take time to get used to. I wouldn't suggest putting on mascara with them (you shouldn't need to anyway) or use any oil-based product near them since it will cause the eyelash glue to break down (what they use to attach the lashes in the first place). Other than that---when your natural lashes fall out, so do the extensions. Really simple!
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Amy1979 wrote:
24) 6/12/2009 10:33:14 AM
I don't think I would pay 45 dollars for that.Why not try the great mascara that is out on the store shelves?They have so much to offer sparkle,different shades,waterproof and thickening.Have fun experimenting.
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luvskincare wrote:
25) 6/12/2009 10:34:01 AM
I have never worn false eyelashes. I don't see myself paying $90 for lash extensions. I do just fine with 3 coats of mascara. Thanks for asking! Norma
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AndiW wrote:
26) 6/12/2009 10:35:43 AM
Lash Extensions? Sounds like they hurt. Personally, I think 90$ is a bit steep for eyelashes but if I had the money, I would try this out! I do love longer lashes :D
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Lauren Victoria wrote:
27) 6/12/2009 10:35:56 AM
No, I don't think I would do it personally. Occasionally, you can brighten up your eyes with mascara or false lashes for special events, but keeping it natural is best!
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Sugarlumps wrote:
28) 6/12/2009 10:36:01 AM
i would love to try these!
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verybella wrote:
29) 6/12/2009 10:37:46 AM
I think thats a little pricey for what you get, and it takes a long time for them to be put on. Unless I had really awful short bare lashes, I think I would just stick to mascara!
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Lash Extensions wrote:
30) 6/12/2009 10:41:11 AM
I have had lash extensions for almost 2 years. My first visit cost me $100, and for every touch up, (every 3 weeks), it cost me $30. I love the way it brightens up my eyes and make my eyes look so much bigger. I'd have to admit, the first time I had it on, it felt like little butterflies on my eyelids, but it took me a very short period of time to adjust to it. There's no pain having it put on because it's basically just attaching tiny bits of hair to your eyelash line with glue. I've gotten so many compliments since I've had then on, and everyone says it looks very natural. I love it and I will continue to have them done forever!
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Neah wrote:
31) 6/12/2009 10:42:06 AM
It seems like a lot for eyelashes. I fortunately have a nice set of eyelashes, so I wouldn't get it.
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Misia wrote:
32) 6/12/2009 10:42:19 AM
I love e.l.fs mineral, i used to use bare essential but this does the same exact thing! it works just as well, for a lot cheaper you can get the same result, the blsh is especially amazing !! :)
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cuppycakes wrote:
33) 6/12/2009 10:46:27 AM
Lash extentions lasting 3 to 4 weeks for 90 dollars? How about no, I think that anything costing that much for eyelashes is absurd. I am an avid eyelash user and I find that every so often with the use of my falsies (which I lovee) I loose one or 2 lashes who's to say that for 90 dollars the same thing wouldn't happen? Which I feel would negate the reason for me to use them in the 1st place! Aughh lol I think the best way to go is using elf's wonderful lash kits for a more dramatic look and elf's individuals for a more controlled natural look. So kick the habit of spending hundreds of dollars on expensive lash extentions and say yes to ELFS LASHES!
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cherzmasta wrote:
34) 6/12/2009 10:48:07 AM
I don't think I would do this. I'd rather stick to false lashes (cough,cough from ELF works just as great).
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chrissiekay wrote:
35) 6/12/2009 10:49:17 AM
I think it'd be pretty cool to get lash extensions, but I don't think I'd want to spend that much just on my eyelashes!
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Neyaney wrote:
36) 6/12/2009 10:54:55 AM
Spend the extra $30 and get latisse or get glue on falsies, or a better mascara. extensions cost more over time anyways and risk your real eyelashes coming out in clumps an NOT growing back. I've been told I avoid eyelash extensions by many friends who have done it before.
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jackyr wrote:
37) 6/12/2009 10:57:14 AM
I had them done by a top make-up person in West Hollywood and they looked wonderful. They felt a little heavy and that took some getting used to but it was great to get up, put on a little powder and lipstick and have my eyes look fabulous. When they began falling off/out, however, it began to look a little strange to have random long eyelashes. I went to local person (Chicago) who was not as skilled and it took twice as long for the refills - I'm talking like 3 hours. Be sure you go to someone with lots of experience - they'll stay on longer, look better and you won't get squirrely lying down for such a long time!
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Pittsburgh Lady wrote:
38) 6/12/2009 11:00:29 AM
I have never tried lash extensions, but I'm worried about how safe they are for your eyes. What are they made out of, and how do they stay in place? I would definitely need more information before I considered it. Elf mascara is enough for me!
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low wrote:
39) 6/12/2009 11:03:15 AM
I really dunno if i would do it. i mean i love fake eye lashes but thats really expensive for them to come out later on. i think i would rather just buy them myself and put them so that its cheaper and plus atleast if i dont like the way they look i can take them off and not be stuck with them.
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lelalu wrote:
40) 6/12/2009 11:03:45 AM
i think that it is a cool idea...but wayyyyy to expensive for anyone who doesnt have the luxuries that beauty editorsr have...especially teens but. i no some of mi freinds will get that done for their queinceneira's or quince's so yeah bit pricey for most but looks positively fab when done properly
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DiggyLa wrote:
41) 6/12/2009 11:04:19 AM
I've always wanted long luscious lashes, but I'm a little hesitant about getting extensions. Last time I saw my older sister she had some and they really made her green eyes POP! But, you could definitely tell they were artificial, which may not be so appropriate for everyday wear. Maybe if I could find a more natural installation I would consider it, but the price is still a little steep for me. So, for right now I'll just stick with my stumpy lashes and work my super awesome mascara overtime :)
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MissChell wrote:
42) 6/12/2009 11:06:30 AM
Idk if I'd do lash extensions...false lashes are really the way to go for me. The risk for an eye infection might not be worth it.
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LindaO wrote:
43) 6/12/2009 11:06:40 AM
I would love to try the lash extensions, but unfortuntely I can't afford it with the hubby being laid off for the past 6 months.
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alt wrote:
44) 6/12/2009 11:08:46 AM
I'm glad my lashes are already long and that I don't need to do this! :)
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khromepixie wrote:
45) 6/12/2009 11:11:34 AM
I can't wear mascara, no matter what brand or formula, so I would LOVE to do something like that, but the cost is prohibitive for something that would be a "ME" thing...I can't even seem to put on fake eyelashes right!!! Well...maybe...someday...
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Nati wrote:
46) 6/12/2009 11:16:58 AM
Although I am very comfortable with my eyelashes, I think it would be really cool to have extensions ;) But that would be depending on the extent of how the apply them. In addition, for 3-4wks, I'm not sure if it would be work the $90 dollars considering the deal ELF gives for the self-applied ones...
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chantal_marroquin2 wrote:
47) 6/12/2009 11:19:50 AM
i would love getting this done. i have long lashes but they arent very thick ive tried lots of different mascaras but they just make my lashes look clumpy so i end up using fake lashes all the time .i think i would love this
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MedStudentChic wrote:
48) 6/12/2009 11:22:33 AM
That sounds like an interesting idea. I'd definitely give it a try, although I wonder what the application process is like. I know they do have eyelash growth creams, which sound awfully expensive and I'd be hestitant to give those a try without more research done to show their efficacy and their safety but this seems somewhat harmless. And it beats having to apply fake lashes everyday. I'd give it a try!
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Skin Diva wrote:
49) 6/12/2009 11:23:52 AM
I am an esthetician and have seen eyelash extensions done and have also tried them myself. They are WAY overrated! And they are usually over $100 for the initial application and often $75 every TWO WEEKS for maintenance! And they fall out all the time. Not worth it! I say if someone has thin and frail lashes that they either use strip fake lashes or try using the new prescription product Latisee.
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kelly4159 wrote:
50) 6/12/2009 11:27:37 AM
i would if it wasn't so expensive! or maybe if it was permanent
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monkeyheartC wrote:
51) 6/12/2009 11:28:03 AM
No...I doubt I'd try them. They sound like too much of a hassle and besides, I'd be too uncomfortable having someone glue stuff on my eyes even if they're a professional. I have long lashes anyway but they aren't very dark; for me the right mascara is enough to make my eyes pop.
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saraa wrote:
52) 6/12/2009 11:29:17 AM
Oh my God!! I would definitely do that. Who does it? Ummm but $90 dollars? it's little too much for me right now. I rather stick too elf eye lashes for now and wait until the price come down little bit!!!
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ksllucas wrote:
53) 6/12/2009 11:31:51 AM
I have not seen eye lash extensions anywhere for under $200 so be careful when selecting your technician, it kind of like going to anyone for permanet makeup,so be careful and do your homework
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dkfljajdal wrote:
54) 6/12/2009 11:32:41 AM
i would be scared to try this! lol i dont know that's just my opinion
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bryana wrote:
55) 6/12/2009 11:34:38 AM
hmmm... seems like a lot of money to dish out every month- but I would love to see before and after pics to see if it is worth it.
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clover wrote:
56) 6/12/2009 11:35:43 AM
I wish I could afford to have this done. Would save an awful lot of time in the mornings.
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vintagechic21 wrote:
57) 6/12/2009 11:36:03 AM
this seems like a good idea! yah its a little expensive, but ive seen it before and it looks very natural.
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kjkj845 wrote:
58) 6/12/2009 11:36:06 AM
Well i think it could be very uncomfortable with lash extwentions. I cant do anything with m y eye without freaking out. But I know my mom swears by it! She does look great with them. I might be thing of doing it!
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amelianing wrote:
59) 6/12/2009 11:37:15 AM
I do have thin eyelashes so I would love to get a fuller, longer lashes. I would try it if it works for sensitive eyes. Sometimes some eye shadows hurt my eyes.
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Nimra wrote:
60) 6/12/2009 11:39:32 AM
I've never done it, but I've thought about it. Unfortunately I barely have any lashes of my own, but for some reason, getting lash extensions makes me feel a little too fake. This might be something I'd want to do for a very special occasion, but I don't think I would want to feel so fake daily. I'd probably just stick to false glue on lashes even for special occasions.
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CarolineCindy wrote:
61) 6/12/2009 11:43:38 AM
I have wanted longer lashes, but I could never afford those super expensive treatments they have to get them. I think my lashes are great as they are now, and if I wanted longer lashes,I can just wear fake ones.
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CaneLita wrote:
62) 6/12/2009 11:43:57 AM
I have definitely wished for longer and fuller lashes! I've been scared to put any fake ones on because of what it might do to my real lashes. I also didn't want to look "fake" by wearing them. But I also think it would be fun/cute to use fake lashes once in a while (not all the time) as long as the the fake lashes don't rip out any real ones. I think I'm going to have to try some from e.l.f.!
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beautyblog17 wrote:
63) 6/12/2009 11:46:39 AM
Have you ever wished you had thicker, fuller lashes? Who Doesnt! ...this would be interesting to try
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PrettyBrownEyes wrote:
64) 6/12/2009 11:47:03 AM
I would do it in a heartbeat!! This is so chic. It's one of those beauty tips that you use to make you look great without being conspicuous. People will look at you and wonder, "...what's different?"
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poochie wrote:
65) 6/12/2009 12:02:16 PM
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ShoppingFrugal wrote:
66) 6/12/2009 12:04:50 PM
I love it! I have really long lashes but they are thin and light.
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edb3of9 wrote:
67) 6/12/2009 12:08:03 PM
This seems like something I would be interested in. My false lashes usually last only about 7-10 days and any oils I put on my face or even when Im removing makeup they seem to come off. Where do I sign up?
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ChoQ. of D. wrote:
68) 6/12/2009 12:09:38 PM
Lash extensions? I was lucky enough to be born with normal eye lashes, i guess you can say. So i've never really bothered with the fakes. But for people who want the fuller and thicker lashes, I can see them wanting this. Having only put on fake lashes only a few times, for stage productions, I don't really know the hassle of it too much; I can see the weariness of it though. I think for those who really do feel self-conscience about their lashes this is a great way to keep them feeling better. It does seem a bit pricey though, i don't know if i would want to be spending that much money on eyelashes. But if it's something that you really want, i'd say go for it!
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vickysnotsosecret wrote:
69) 6/12/2009 12:12:27 PM
I could definitely use some longer lashes but I don't know if I could drop $90 on extensions!
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LS wrote:
70) 6/12/2009 12:17:06 PM
I have not done it, but I may try it. I have also thought about trying Latisse, but don't know anyone who has tried it so I am not sure how true the results are. I would love longer, thicker lashes!
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Bernice Cashman wrote:
71) 6/12/2009 12:21:09 PM
I would love lash extensions! As I get older I'm noticing how lashes are not as long as they used to be nor as full! I would love to try lash extensions! Please keep me posted regarding them! Thanks so much!
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Launa wrote:
72) 6/12/2009 12:22:49 PM
I was thinking about doing this so I would not have to wear mascara. I will try it. I know it popular now and it saves you time because once there on you will not have to do anything.
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Lynyrd wrote:
73) 6/12/2009 12:25:27 PM
I think $90 for something that is going to fall out quickly and have to be replaced is not a good idea. I have very blonde lashes and prefer to just use mascara. I don't think eyelashes are that important, but to each his own!
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Kanmani wrote:
74) 6/12/2009 12:25:43 PM
Wow! Its an amazing opportunity. Thanks a lot for the information. I'm not happy with the result of using false lashes. Its an awesome idea. I'd be happy to learn more about the procedure. Its affordable.
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Anomaly wrote:
75) 6/12/2009 12:31:34 PM
Seems like you might have meant "glued" not "clued", yes? Pretty expensive when compared to mascara, but no raccoon eyes might be worth it.
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elflovers wrote:
76) 6/12/2009 12:32:43 PM
Great and afforable products! I love e.l.f.!
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Shortay05chick wrote:
77) 6/12/2009 12:34:55 PM
i ordered mine already and I got to say these are very spiffy!! they make my lashes look thicker... its great. I highly recommend. I am about to order my second set!
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sicotte wrote:
78) 6/12/2009 12:36:18 PM
I love this place
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joyC25 wrote:
79) 6/12/2009 12:37:31 PM
I've always wondered about them but found them weird with the permanent glue? but now this post is really tempting me to try them cause I could never get falsies to work for me~~
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rich19 wrote:
80) 6/12/2009 12:27:36 PM
whoa !!!!! $90 ... way tooo much.. n lik aftr 3 4 weeks get it done again fr $45... just by the thought of it.. i feel a hole burning in my pocket... i would'nt do it... i mean if one really has to get those extensions.. y not just buy d lashes frm elf .. its much more cheaper.. i have never used it.. but heard a lot of good stuff from friends about them lashes being really good.... i would soo never do it.. atleast not for $90... !!!
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Lilwow619 wrote:
81) 6/12/2009 12:28:47 PM
I completely understand how you feel, maybe even more because I am older (almost 50). With age eyelashes, eyebrows even hair get thin!!! I no longer have the nice dark thick lashes I used to and I have also been thinking about getting lash extensions. I read about the new eyelash length/thickener Latisse but, it's a bit expensive for me. So, I am now trying a similar type of product but, I think it's more of a eyelash conditioner. I have 3 more weeks before I am supposed to notice the difference, it said, about 5 weeks and when I do, I will let you know. If this doesnt work for me I will be getting the lash extensions. So, I think you should get them because putting on the false lashes all the time can really get to be a pain and it takes a while to put them on correctly or they don't look natural. So, go for it!!! P.S. If you do please let us know how it goes, ok? Thanx...
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greeneyes626 wrote:
82) 6/12/2009 12:41:06 PM
I think it's a great idea for those who have short lashes or just want an extra little attention on their I don't know if I would personally do it make if I had short lashes. I think the price is a little on the high end. I think it should be $30-45. Overall this is wonderful. Maybe its a good idea for cancer patients. I would say save $90 and by the lashes from elf=)
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MelissaRene wrote:
83) 6/12/2009 12:41:57 PM
My lashes are basically average, but I don't think I'd ever consider doing this. I feel like I already do a lot to keep up my appearances, and this is one more thing to add to the table. Plus, it seems like there's a lot of upkeep to maintain the look, and it's a little pricey for me right now.
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L-Moma wrote:
84) 6/12/2009 12:45:23 PM
I just don't know about this?! It sounds wonderful, but $90 a pop, and then $45 every month. There are some great mascaras out there that can give you similar results- Loreal Beauty Tubes is similar. I wish elf would come up with a similar product!!!
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autumnem wrote:
85) 6/12/2009 12:49:32 PM
This has to be one of the greatest things to come out for your eyes!
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dmorey wrote:
86) 6/12/2009 12:49:56 PM
This is great! I bet you'd never need mascara again either which would save you some money too!
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Valerie wrote:
87) 6/12/2009 12:54:10 PM
I personally wouldn't do it because I already have very dark lashes and I don't think I need enhancement, but I think it's a wonderful option for the ladies out there who wish for more and are able to keep up the maintenance on them!
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Siluet wrote:
88) 6/12/2009 12:54:54 PM
This would be wonderful, but for that price I'm not sure. Being asian, with a monolid, it's be wonderful if my eyelashes were fuller. This is a great concept, but I don't think I would try it out myself. I'd just stick to the falsies.
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kristinjoy8583 wrote:
89) 6/12/2009 12:59:18 PM
i would totally do it if it wasnt so expensive! i have the shortest lashes on the block - i bought the indivdual lashes from you guys though and i love them! long eyelashes for a great price! :)
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Flong wrote:
90) 6/12/2009 1:02:22 PM
I would do it because it's worth the extra cost to look extra good!
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eunji12 wrote:
91) 6/12/2009 1:02:28 PM
I would love to get lash extensions b/c even though I have dark hair, I have such little eyelashes. There's no mascara on the market that could give me noticeably thicker or longer lashes, so I have to rely on falsies even though it's very obvious that I'm wearing fake lashes. I've seen some people with lash extensions, and not only does it look more natural than falsies, they look more awake and don't even need wear mascara. A more affordable alternative is getting your eyelashes curled via permanents. There are places in the US that actually curls your eyelashes the same way you curl your hair at the salon (tiny curlers), so there is no need to use the eyelash curler. My friend got it done in Georgia and she never has to mascara.
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Ya wrote:
92) 6/12/2009 1:02:47 PM
I wouldn't do this. I'd rather use mascara.
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lauren26 wrote:
93) 6/12/2009 1:08:06 PM
This is a neat idea but I doubt I would ever want to do it.
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Vee wrote:
94) 6/12/2009 1:08:23 PM
Yes i would def. get these but just once. My friend had it done and it looked great but the only problem is toward the end of it they dont look as great as they first did.
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DancerGurl82 wrote:
95) 6/12/2009 1:09:48 PM
Wow! I guess I'm pretty blessed to have long eyelashes, but even if i didn't i think i would stick to mascara...this sounds painful!!
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reddy wrote:
96) 6/12/2009 1:17:28 PM
maybe not, i like my lashes the way they are.
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kleonartd04 wrote:
97) 6/12/2009 1:22:28 PM
I have pitiful short lashes. I need something to help them!!
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Sharynzilla wrote:
98) 6/12/2009 1:25:06 PM
The lash extensions could really be a good answer for me. I have been losing my eyelashes heavily in the last year from surgery, etc. I think the extensions would make me feel a lot better about myself. They would definitely improve my cuteness to guys!!!
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Sharynzilla wrote:
99) 6/12/2009 1:27:26 PM
My eyelashes have been falling out heavily in the last year due to surgery/health problems. I think the extensions would renew my self esteem a little. You definitely feel less girly with sparse lashes!! Plus the store lashes I buy seem to be irritating my eyes a lot!
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niti wrote:
100) 6/12/2009 1:27:30 PM
I have it and I LOVE it! My eyes really pop out and no mascara can rival the effect. My make-up routine is considerably shorter, too. Tips: if you know someone who has gotten eyelash extensions, do ask whether they were happy or not. No two technicians are alike and this translates onto their lash job. When badly done, it's uncomfortable, can be itchy and tends to unglue itself quickly.
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yblat wrote:
101) 6/12/2009 1:51:38 PM
I contemplated having lashes put on for my son's wedding but never did. The cost I found was $150 initially and then about $50 every 4 weeks for maintenance.(Might have been $90...can't remember.) My lashes are blond and thin and I wear contacts, so I hate to wear mascara. Always gets in my eyes! I do have my eyelashes dyed...that helps. Any suggestions for me?
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gomamma wrote:
102) 6/12/2009 1:53:49 PM
This is a great idea and for some people, something they'd do in a New York minute. However, in times like this, I feel that it's money poorly spent. If it could be done for $90.00 and only needed freshening up every 6 months, that would be one thing but every 3 weeks in beyond MY means. Even if it wasn't, it's an extravagance I wouldn't share.
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staticrix wrote:
103) 6/14/2009 12:58:05 PM
I'm not sure if I will wanna pay $90 for eye lash extensions. Right now, there are so many lash enhancing products that work so well. For eg, I'm using Latisse right now and I pay about 80usd for a bottle that will last me approx 2.5months. The issue I have with lash extensions is that I'm afraid my real lashes will fall out as well. Will they?
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KQY wrote:
104) 6/14/2009 3:32:20 PM
I like E.L.F
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nicole d wrote:
105) 6/12/2009 2:12:56 PM
I think that 90$ is way too expensive to eye lashes. Only because I know people that get them done and they do not hold that strongly. They are always falling off or pointing out in wierd directions. I also like my eye lashes to be very thick and long and i haven't seen anyone with the individual glued-on ones that look this way. BUT if there ever were some that WERE thick, long and stayed on for longer than a week or 2, I would pay more.
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JHill95 wrote:
106) 6/12/2009 2:50:51 PM
personally i wouldn't pay all of that for some lashes but some people want thicker fuller lashes so they can pay that price if they would like!
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Missalcole wrote:
107) 6/12/2009 2:58:31 PM
I had my first application done about four months ago and I love it. I go every two to three weeks to have fill-ins. They are so natural and no one can tell that they are not mine unless I let them in on the secret. I live in Cleveland, Ohio and there is only one location that does it in Northeastern Ohio. They are much better than getting the temporary lashes that are only meant to last a day or two and you figure for the amount of money you waste on those you are really spending the same amount of money. I recommend them to all ladies looking for a more natural beautifying look.
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Momto2boys wrote:
108) 6/12/2009 3:24:06 PM
I would LOVE to try them! Never have though because I never just have the $90 to throw away.
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mdobie wrote:
109) 6/12/2009 3:40:49 PM
I have been doing lash extensions for a little over a year now. One thing I love is that they look completely natural like you were born with unbelievable lashes. I have only had them last past 3 weeks once or twice but that varies from person depending on your individual lash growth, how well you take care of them, and of course, the product and person putting them on. $90 is a REALLY LOW PRICE! If you can truly ding them for that low, grab it. The average price around here is about $250 and the number of lashes is limited. Here in the Dallas/Fort Worth area, I pay about $150 and that's for unlimited lashes and a very good price compared with other salons. Fills average $50. It can be a bit a bit pricey but other than hilights every 8-10 weeks, I don't splurge on manicures, pedicures or other personal luxuries. If you live in the area I'd be happy to give you the name of my girl. Likewise, if you live in the DFW area and have a salon with cheaper extensions, pass on the info.
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tenamarie wrote:
110) 6/12/2009 3:41:45 PM
I don't think i would try it yet. Maybe after it's been on the market a little while longer.
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Cynth21 wrote:
111) 6/12/2009 3:53:35 PM
At my age, I still love lashes that are thick and long. But, I have never tried lash extensions. Maybe there is a book out there, "Lash Extensions for Dummies"? Or, I can come here and look for tips and tricks.
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Mellee1981 wrote:
112) 6/12/2009 4:16:03 PM
It seems like a great idea for someone who constantly wear false lashes. It takes away from the hassle of putting them on yourself. There are salons that offer permanent lashes that last about 3 that similar?? I think I'll try the ELF lashes first, then go from there.
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mistyp wrote:
113) 6/12/2009 4:39:25 PM
Have I told you how much I love this company...truly amazing...and the fact that right now you can get a $5 gift card, in addition to $1.95 shippin....ridiculous!! I LOVE IT!
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CullensGirl wrote:
114) 6/12/2009 5:00:59 PM
I can't say that I would do this. I don't have super thick lashes, but they are long, just hard to see w/out mascara since they are blond. But if they started to thin, I don't think this is something I would look into. I would stick with false lashes. Seems a little odd. But...ask me in 30 years, and I might say something differnet lol.
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browneyes wrote:
115) 6/12/2009 5:13:52 PM
I think this is a great idea and at an affordable price. I'd love to have thicker/fuller lashes. I personally have tatooed eyebrows and everyone thinks I'm lying. (They are so natural looking.) I'm so happy to hear about lash extensions. I'd do it. (And will be looking into it more where I live.)
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mph wrote:
116) 6/12/2009 5:16:42 PM
Hi...It's all a little too crazy and expensive for me...isn't mascara supposed to help us small lash divas??!! My girlfriend did it and loves it, however...
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KittieMac wrote:
117) 6/12/2009 5:18:55 PM
I have always wanted lash extentions, mine are long btut not full, but always thought they were super expensive. It's nie to know they are becoming mainstream and I'll need to look into where to get mine. Anyone know how long an application lasts?
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Jorun wrote:
118) 6/12/2009 6:25:29 PM
With today's economy being in such a rut, I personally think that lash extensions are a waste of money. I would not try it, not even if I had a lot of disposable money, simply because of the fact that they fall off, might cause eye irritation, and also because there are so many good mascaras out there that will do the same for my lashes.
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happytina wrote:
119) 6/12/2009 7:05:39 PM
I have not done the eye lash extension yet, but it sounds very interested. I might try it!
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catchxxx wrote:
120) 6/12/2009 7:56:12 PM
I'm not real sure about this one. I guess I MIGHT try it though.
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Roscoe's Mom wrote:
121) 6/12/2009 8:25:47 PM
I've had lash extensions and would never have them again because they don't last long enough to merit the cost. They fell out unevenly and left gaps. My lashes were thinner than before and did not return to normal for several months.
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AnhDemand wrote:
122) 6/13/2009 12:00:55 AM
Though having thick lashes would be WONDERFUL, I would probably not go for this new trend. Some are born with naturally thick lashes and some aren't so lucky. But since I don't have thick lashes, I kind of consider them a "glamorous" addition to everyday make-up. I would much prefer to buy the awesomely priced E.L.F false lashes and apply them when I need them to look extra special.
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Hersupernature wrote:
124) 6/13/2009 12:39:11 PM
Sure, it's a great idea if you've got $700 a year to fork up for thicker lashes but most of us don't have it! I think the solution for us thrifty girls is to just get better at the whole glue and apply deal.
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ashmaster wrote:
125) 6/13/2009 6:59:35 PM
I would never do it, it seems costly for something so small.
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quiana98 wrote:
126) 6/13/2009 10:39:07 PM
always wanted to try this. i guess i have a new reason to do it! $5 off!!!
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alyane wrote:
127) 6/14/2009 9:44:00 AM
i would so do it! i just think that they should stay on for a really long time! i dont have money to do it though and i dont really mind fake eyelashes they are soooo sexy!!!!! my only problem with them is the stupid glue=[ any thing to enhance beauty i want=]
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XRockeraX wrote:
128) 6/13/2009 12:03:03 PM
This works temporary but why waste time and $ that way?... I started using "Latisse" from my dermatologist in BH ( and in 4 weeks my lashes were a bit Longer and by my 7th week I had LONGER, Fuller lashes!... It's $150 for a 2 1/3 month supply... wouldn't these be way better than falsies that will eventually fall off? Just my opinion... I would rather have natural full lashes then falsies and worry about having a few missing etc.... I love my e.l.f. Lengthening & Volumizing Mascara its amazing!!!!!
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piyopiyo127 wrote:
129) 6/13/2009 2:00:30 PM
I have done this and it's wonderful! if i insist on getting A LOT put on it looks so dark and pretty i don't even have to wear eye liner. i highly recommend it for anyone going on vacation because then they stay on the whole time, evening if you go swimming they last so then i don't have to worry about not wearing make up and looking awful in my vacation pictures! they are so natural looking up close since each individual hair is glued on that even when i got my make up professionally done the artist thought i had such long natural lashes. :)
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NU Beaute wrote:
130) 6/13/2009 2:05:03 PM
**** THIS IS BETTER THAN MASCARA AND BETTER THAN EXTENSIONS***** Get an eyelash perm. AND tint. It's like using a really great eyelash curler and the curl lasts for about a month or more. Use the black tint (not just for blondes) and it looks like you have naturally fabulous eyelashes. You can go swimming without worrying about makeup. Your lashes stay beautiful. Lots of places tint eyelashes but it's hard to find many that perm. I found a place that does permanent makeup and it is $60 where I go. If you want great lashes this is at least worth trying. I love it. And if you want to add a little thickness you can use mascara but much less so it looks more natural.
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p1emtangel wrote:
131) 6/13/2009 10:00:00 PM
i have gotten two pretty big orders from e.l.f. so far, and can't believe how accurate they have been. e.l.f. is a hidden treasure i'm so glad i found! my favorite is the facial powder compact. it goes on so smooth, and the coverage is so great i sometimes use it as foundation! i also love the bronzers and the lip glosses. i stocked up on the lip gloss gift sets for christmas!!! thank you e.l.f.!!!
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brindle_gal wrote:
132) 6/14/2009 1:09:19 AM
I have had lash extensions before. The initial application was $200 and "fills" are about $45, which I had monthly. I loved them! Why did I quit? I had a reaction to the glue the third time I had them filled and gave my eyes a reast. I understand that there is now a hypo-allergenic adhesive. I plan on getting them again in the Fall for my wedding. I loved not wearing mascara and looking decent when I first rolled out of bed in the morning. Do your homework and get them applied by a reputable professional.
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Chuck7787 wrote:
133) 6/14/2009 3:37:20 PM
I would never have extensions because it pulls out your own eyelashes. There are too many new things on the market today that are permanent. Latisse, the FDA approved version of Lumigan which are eyedrops for glaucoma made my eyelashes so long people think I'm wearing false eyelashes. It's great. Now that its approved all you need is a prescription for it.
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Mightymouse831 wrote:
134) 6/14/2009 4:49:13 PM
My roommate had eyelash extensions put on about 1 1/2 months ago, and after witnessing her experience with them (for the price of $55) I would NEVER get them done. They looked great for the first week or so, but after 2 weeks maximum, she needed to go in and get a fill, which would have cost her about $25. After you get a fill, they estimate it lasting 2 more weeks, and then you get a brand new set, full price again. As you can see, this would have gotten pretty pricey for her, and so she neglected to get a new set, and they told her the eyelashes would just "fall off". Well, they did fall off, taking with them her own natural eyelashes. Now, a couple weeks later, her own eyelashes are finally starting to grow back, but for the past two weeks she has been super self conscious about her "bald" eyes. Fake eyelashes are too expensive to maintain and hard on your natural eyelashes, sortof like acrylic nails... but thats a whole new can of worms!! :)
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agarz wrote:
135) 6/14/2009 9:56:42 PM
That's amazing..I've never heard of such a thing but I definately need to look into lash extensions!
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krazy wrote:
136) 6/14/2009 11:58:58 PM
i would love f\those
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eyelashes wrote:
137) 6/15/2009 3:09:40 AM
i have been wanting to try this but i heard that they will actually make your real eyelashes fall out so i have been to scared to do it
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ChloeDawn wrote:
138) 6/15/2009 4:28:38 PM
I love ELF products :) I really need to try these!!
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bunnjy wrote:
139) 6/15/2009 6:05:41 PM
I would never pay that much for lash extensions when I can buy false lashes from ELF for $1.00!
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jz@53 wrote:
140) 6/16/2009 8:26:19 AM
I love the eye lash extensions. As a matter of fact I get the natural short mixed with medium length. It looks really natural. The application technique by my makeup artist is to place them under my lashes and not on top. I have had them on from 3 to 4 weeks. I enjoy waking up with no need to apply mascara or eye liner (unless I want them on the bottom lashes). The compliments have been many..but more importantly at 53 years of age, I think of it as a personal enhancement that is relatively cheap.
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Kitty's Mom wrote:
141) 6/16/2009 11:03:25 AM
I would absolutely LOVE this. As I get older my lashes are getting thinner & shorter. Thick full lashes would be perfect
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Kitty's Mom wrote:
142) 6/16/2009 11:03:28 AM
I would absolutely LOVE this. As I get older my lashes are getting thinner & shorter. Thick full lashes would be perfect
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teampink33 wrote:
143) 6/17/2009 10:18:02 AM
i would not do it , i would rather buy the elf lashes in individually for a $1 and do it my self.
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roxybaby wrote:
144) 6/22/2009 11:53:21 AM
I would love, love, love to get last extensions! But there's no way I could ever pay as much for them as I do for my cellphone bill!
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angiebaptiste wrote:
145) 6/22/2009 3:52:11 PM
yes i have tried it. but it is very difficult i have gotting glue in my eye and had to go to the hospital to get my eyes flushed it was the worse experience ever. i wish i knew how to do it perfect.
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Maile wrote:
146) 6/22/2009 7:38:54 PM
I have always wanted to get it done to see what it was like, and had it done. I'm glad I got the experience to tell you that I would never get it done again. They fall off unevenly so you may have one eye that has none while the other has still some on it. The person who puts on your extensions will choose your longest lashes to glue the falsies on and on a few a time, so when the glue starts to lose its grip a little, it takes your natural lashes with it and you are left with sparse lashes. The only way to keep your lashes looking full is to continually get them put on every week. I was told it lasts up to two weeks, but by the end of the one week, I had four left and on only one of the eyes. It's a huge waste of resources that I have chosen to use elsewhere.
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GiGi45 wrote:
147) 6/22/2009 11:54:49 PM
I have tried this before, the lashes are beautiful. However this can be very expensive if you attempt to keep them as fresh as the first application. In Arlington Texas, the initial application is $100 and $50 for re-application. Instead, I invested in ELF natural looking lashes; cut them in half and apply from the middle to the end...BEAUTIFUL EYES for $1.00 and a steady hand.
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bbqgard wrote:
148) 6/23/2009 1:13:50 AM
These were around in the 60's and 70's where I came from and I had them forever. They were nice,looked good and convenient; but whenever each individual lash went askew or the glue loosened some, you have the problem of either getting it immediately re-glued or pull off the loosened eyelash. When you do that, you pull your own eyelash too. Lost quite a few lashes that way myself and some don't grow back either! You can't pay me to do that again!
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danderson55987 wrote:
149) 6/23/2009 7:09:08 PM
nope. they don't work for me. won't stick
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Hawaii wrote:
150) 6/24/2009 9:08:30 AM
I would definitely try it.
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rmathai wrote:
151) 9/29/2009 7:54:07 PM
don't they make your eye lids darker with time? that's what i heard.
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