Tuesday, November 6, 2012



The latest eye craze is semi-permanent eyelashes. Yes I said it semi-permanent! I know that sounds crazy but you really can't save false eyelashes after you used them, so you have to buy a new set every single time you go out which is alot of eyelashes and they don't come cheap, they range from $3- $5 per set if you add that up its alot of money, so why not go a different route and get them professional done.

I'm not saying this is better or cheaper because I've never had it done, but I've done alot of looking into it because I was looking to get them done last summer but after reading some stuff about getting them done I quickly changed my mind.

They may make your eyes look fuller, and more sexy but they don't come with a cheap price tag, they can range anywhere from $60 to $200 and have quite a procedure to them.

Most spas do eyelash extensions and there a lot more to them then people think. When I first heard about them I thought it was some eyelash serum that professional trained medical people apply to your lashes, boy was I wrong.

The process is done one lash at a time which is glued to your upper lashes using special medical adhesive glue that can last any where from a month to 2 months, you will have to get  touch ups every 3 weeks. You do have to be careful when washing your face because the more you rub your eyes and wash your face the faster the glue is going to wear off and your beautiful long lashes will fall out, and last time I checked patchy lashes weren't a trend.

There are a couple requirements afterward, I heard you can't shower for 2 days which is crazy but I'm not sure if that's true. For ladies like myself who have very sensitive skin, eyelash extension may be something you want to skip you don't want to end up being allergic to them and wake up with huge swollen eyes, ouch!

They come in a variety of different materials, the more realistic your eyelashes look the higher the price tag is going to be. I'd prefer the cheaper looking ones because they still look realistic to me and no one can tell when there all intertwined with your real lashes.

Another great thing about  having fuller, lusher lashes is you don't have to wear as much makeup, which is a must in the summer since I'm always at the beach swimming and bathing in the sun theres no way I'm putting mascara on to just have it run down my face and not know it, looking like a idiot ( yes I've done this many times in my short life )

Just make sure you check all your facts before making a decision like this one they are semi-permanent so make sure its something your really want.



  1. Hey! This is my first time coming to your site, and I must say that I love it so far.

    Anyway, I was reading this and I want to say that I disagree. I have lash extensions on right now and I honestly love the shit out of them. Never wear make up (unless you want to), you always wake up with these fantastic lashes, and really make people do a double take. There are a few cons though...If your eyes start watering, it can get painful because of the glue they use. It just kind of burns your eye, not doing any real damage. They are a huge pain if you get them then decide later that you don't want them anymore, because you can't take them out yourself or else it will take the natural lash out. I wouldn't recommend going into pools or getting them wet because they are a bitch to make pretty again. With that being said, they can be super expensive at some places but usually it's more pricey your first time. They are much cheaper when you get them filled in.

    Hope that helps if anyone was interested!

    1. Thanks a lot for the info on eyelash extensions. I have seen girls with them and I can't stop staring at their eyelashes their so pretty hehehhe their just way to much work for me, and I'm a abid eye rubber so they probably wouldn't be the best thing for me hehehe thanks for the info it's great talking to someone that's got them.