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I got lashes and I love/hate them!

I got lashes installed! I instantly loved them. Then the next day, I accidentally pulled one out while I was cleaning my face. And then the next two days, my eyes were moist when I yawn and the glue was stinging my eyes While I was driving! It was not a pleasant experience. So, I loved the instant beauty look and how they made me feel, but I will not be getting them re-done. The glue was just too much for me. I also couldn't put my glasses all the way to my face. After a full week, my left eye is completely false eyelash free! My right eye has one or two that are hanging on, and it's painful if I try to pull it. I will just wait until the bond breaks, I'm not going to rip out my eyelash. Installation was comfortable, and for the most part I couldn't feel them and they didn't bother me. I will not get them again, no time soon at least. Oh, but they were so gorgeous!

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