We’ve all heard of a friend or some lady or other who lost all her eyelashes from wearing falsies all the time. The truth: that could have been prevented. *Gasp!*
We’re visiting the famous Yellowstone National Park (in Wyoming, U.S.A.) and other beautiful national parks in observance of the Labor Day holiday. Above is the view from our campsite near Zion Canyon, Utah. Beautiful, isn’t it? 😀
Even though I grew up surrounded by the best false eyelashes, listening to our competitors repeatedly admit our quality is better than theirs, I was a tomboy until high school and didn’t care much for makeup or even wear any until my twenties.
I probably wore my first pair of false eyelashes when I competed in a pageant in high school (thus starting my transition out of tomboy-ness). Then I had to wear them when I was in the entertainment biz during my late teens and early twenties.
Have you ever tried a product just because everyone else was
raving about it and you wanted to know what all the hype was about?
As co-owner of FalseEyelashesSite.com and having worked with Elegant Lashes® for years, I take notice of what people buy, and the #220 lashes seem to be a pretty popular choice among makeup artists and non-professionals alike.
(Here’s what they look like, in case you were curious.)