eyelash


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eyelash

1. any one of the short curved hairs that grow from the edge of the eyelids
2. a row or fringe of these hairs
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They are basically eyelash extensions which are glued on to your own individual lashes.
I normally have eyelash extensions so without them I tend to feel a bit baldy in the lash department, therefore I had to apply quite a few coats of this mascara to get the same effect.
While treating patients for glaucoma with a family of drugs called prostaglandins, medical professionals observed that one of the side effects of the drugs was eyelash growth.
If the use of Latisse[TM] is discontinued, eyelashes will gradually return to where they were prior to treatment over a period of weeks to months depending on the average eyelash hair cycle.
Lueur Doree has been in business since 2011 and has seen a steady increase in demands and sales particularly for eyelash extensions even during the worst of the economic depression.
95 price point, the L'Oreal formula is one of the least expensive eyelash enhancement items.
They work like hair extensions another hair is glued onto an eyelash to make a longer result and last for up to two months.
Finish the look by curling them (along with your real lashes) with an eyelash curler and applying a coat of mascara.
3--5) Clockwise from left, Coleman is fussed over before her ``Leeza'' appearance, a Swiss Army knife comes in handy for an impromptu eyelash trim, and a Fashion Square shopping trip yields a suitable red lipstick.
NASDAQ:PHMD) announced today that Procyte, a PhotoMedex company, has launched its new eyelash conditioner at the winter conference of the American Academy of Dermatology (AAD) in San Francisco this past weekend.
Latisse solution is an eyelash growth enhancer that clients can use at home to improve the look of their sparse eyelashes.
A fake eyelash company is sponsoring the ITV1 show and is working alongside the programme's make-up artist, Rene Metcalfe, attaching paper - yes, paper - 'lashes on to contestants' peepholes.