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Trend: Permanent Eyelashes*

EVER Want those luxe ‘Bambi-esque’ eyelashes that only young deer and little boys seem to possess with equal ease?

With Jessica at Glam Hair salon

North Miami’s Jessica at GLAMHAIR Salon may have the secret to batting your baby blues (gorgeous greens, haunting hazels, beautiful browns….) with more swish.

There have been scores of topical products approved lately—sort of a ‘Rogaine’ for your eyelids. A few are available by prescription only–probably a good idea since becoming BLIND but having great lashes won’t really accomplish your likely desired result.

We did have one friend (who due to the needless potential for wasteful litigation shall remain nameless) who used one dermatologist-recommended mascara. We at YYC were unaware that she had begun this protocol; actually, we just thought that she had been on a two week
crying jag. The rims of her upper and lower lids were iodine stained this brownish rust hue that is noted as a side effect of the ‘treatment’…..she did maintain, however, that her lashes were longer. Isn’t that special….

Jessica prepping to apply permanent eyelashes

Anyway, we opted for method two–the Faux FIX as it were. For $150 and an hour of ‘upclose and personal’ time–Jessica was able to painstakingly apply my new fringe lash by lash. You have an option of selecting lengths and colour as well as style.

Jessica applying permanent eyelashes

Jessica (cell: 305 494-6867) uses En Vogue lashes and recommends water-based mascara such as Ardell Lash Magic (available at Sally’s) after application.

(*Note to self–SHOULD READ ‘SEMI PERMANENT’ EYELASHES)

(**ADDITONAL NOTE TO SELF: SHOULD READ:
‘ONE WEEK CLUMP OF FAUX LASH–IMPOSSIBLE TO MAINTAIN’ WITHOUT
PROFESSIONAL EYELASH EXPERT ON RETAINER)

Tokyo Lash Bar—Here I come! Ikimasho!

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One Response to “Trend: Permanent Eyelashes*”

  1. ShakirahP. Says:

    I prefer the lashes that I can remove at night because the permanent ones are permanent on me. I know that some people complain that Shu’s prices are too steep, but I find that there is a better selection and his line offers lowers also. The adhesives are not also as damaging as cheaper lines so you are not forced to continue to wear false ones to cover for the ‘bald lid spots’ that some permanent and poor fixatives cause.
    I truly enjoy reading your blog, I hope you will begin to write more often.

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