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Designer Lashes

Updated on September 5, 2013

Before and After

Eyelash Extensions

Eyelash extensions are the new trend of recent years, so no more having to deal with putting on several coats of mascara to have beautiful lashes. Eyelash extension sounds a bit scary to some people because it is such a new concept but don’t worry it is done by professional Eyelash Extension Technicians who have to go through training and certification.

Lash Beauty

Types of fake lashes have definitely come a long way since their invention in 1916 by D.W Griffith who wanted the star of his film Intolerance, Seena Owen, to have “Eyelashes that could touch her cheeks, to make her eyes shine larger than life”. These first false lashes were made from human hair woven through a gauze and then attached to Owen’s eyes. These Lashes were not ideal or very practical, but a lot has changed since then, and now lash extensions can be acquired fairly easily, of good quality and without costing you too much.

What to Expect

Extra Length Top and Bottom

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Extra Length and Volume

Designer lashes have been booming in the last few years as they change a face completely and give you a more glamorous look, and who doesn’t want to be more glamorous? Designer lashes can come in as few as 30 eyelashes per eye, for a special touch, or as many as one hundred or so for a more glamorous look, or anything in between that works the best for you. Eyelash extensions give you more volume, definition, length and curl, so that you always have ready lashes to frame your eyes.

Daily Use or Special Events

If eyes are the window to the soul, think of eyelashes as the drapes that make the windows look more elegant: Without the drapes they are just plain windows. Designer eyelash extensions have been very popular for festivities such as proms and weddings, but don’t let that fool you into thinking those are the only times they are appropriate. Eyelash extensions can be worn at any time; it is never a bad time to make your eyes look amazing. They are comfortable so its okay to have them on for day to day use, in fact I prefer to get them regularly as I have virtually no eyelashes. I can tell the difference, as designer lashes just add another depth to your eyes. Although it is a fairly new concept, don’t be scared to give them a try; I find the strangest things can often bring forth the best outcome.

A Bronze Touch

Designer Lashes for Special Occasions

When you have a party or special event to go to and want to look extra special, why not try something more adventurous and glamorous for the occasion? You can have lashes fitted with beads, glass gems, or other adornments to match your chosen outfit.

Don't be afraid to experiment; these fancy lashes can be semi-permanent, so that they can be removed after the event. Have fun with your eyes!

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