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Old 09-13-2019, 01:12 PM
 
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Iím probably gonna stick with liquid lash extensions mascara....tho extensions arenít that harmful IMO

Curious, is this something I could get at my local drugstore? I'm always wanting long and luscious eyelashes...but fall somewhat short of that.
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Old 09-13-2019, 01:20 PM
 
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Curious, is this something I could get at my local drugstore? I'm always wanting long and luscious eyelashes...but fall somewhat short of that.
I *think* I have heard Walmart carries Too Faced Better Than Sex mascara....but I know you can get them at Macyís, Nordstromís & Ulta.....
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Old 09-13-2019, 01:30 PM
 
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I *think* I have heard Walmart carries Too Faced Better Than Sex mascara....but I know you can get them at Macyís, Nordstromís & Ulta.....
Cool. Good to know. I'm in easy driving distance of Macy's and Ulta. lol And everyone has a Walmart, right? lol
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Old 09-13-2019, 02:11 PM
 
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Cool. Good to know. I'm in easy driving distance of Macy's and Ulta. lol And everyone has a Walmart, right? lol
I donít have any Walmarts near me...but I used to. Itís the closest thing I could think of to the drugstore you were asking for......
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Old 09-13-2019, 03:10 PM
 
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I didnít think lash extensions were recommended with chemo cause of the irritations so common with chemo.....but lashes grow back like hair does....

They recommend your skin & lashes be healthy or they normally wonít do it......but maybe some unlicensed places would....

Iím like most...I think they look dramatic ...cc or d curl....for special nights out or when I do my videos...but so far I just use fake eyelashes.....but they have come a long way too......

Health & healing to your friend.......
Thank you! Sheís a few years out of chemo, but it did a permanent number on her hair. Add to that, so does age and thyroid issues. The first time I saw her they looked terrible, but she was on an off time so they were shedding off and kind of ratty looking. The next time they looked nice.

I used the liquid lash extensions and I liked that mascara, too. But I developed an eye thing, and I needed to apply drops several times a day, and that mascara didnít last through it. But Maybelline Falsies mascara did. Iíd use the drops, then gently dab my eye with a Kleenex, and a small amount of mascara would come off but it never flaked and never came completely off ó it lasted through. Curled and lengthened.
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Old 09-14-2019, 07:45 AM
 
Location: Austin
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As an alternative to lash extensions, perhaps consider Grande Lash serum? It is an over the counter lash growth serum available through amazon, Walmart, and many other retail outlets.

I've been using it for over a year and the results have been very good. after brushing it on my upper and lower lash lines once a day for two months, my formerly short lashes grew long and full. I continue to use the serum every three days or so for maintenance of the lash length and fullness.
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Old 09-16-2019, 05:12 AM
 
Location: League City, Texas
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https://lashify.com/

I use this system--the initial outlay is a bit pricey, but once you have your wand and control kit, it's not bad. I have the LashifyX plan, and get four sets of the gossamers per month for $40.

Much less expensive than extensions, and you can do them yourself. You can even clean and reuse the gossamers (lashes).
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Old 09-16-2019, 08:20 AM
 
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As an alternative to lash extensions, perhaps consider Grande Lash serum? It is an over the counter lash growth serum available through amazon, Walmart, and many other retail outlets.

I've been using it for over a year and the results have been very good. after brushing it on my upper and lower lash lines once a day for two months, my formerly short lashes grew long and full. I continue to use the serum every three days or so for maintenance of the lash length and fullness.
My lashes are long...& the mascaras I like do an amazing job...but....I just want a more dramatic look for special nights out or doing my videos.....ty tho. It might be better to stick with false eyelashes....because I canít remove extensions for work.
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Old 09-16-2019, 08:30 AM
 
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https://lashify.com/

I use this system--the initial outlay is a bit pricey, but once you have your wand and control kit, it's not bad. I have the LashifyX plan, and get four sets of the gossamers per month for $40.

Much less expensive than extensions, and you can do them yourself. You can even clean and reuse the gossamers (lashes).
I have seen these..... & have a few friends that have used them....but they arenít really for me. My thing is more a dramatic look....& I think the liquid extensions mascara does just as good of a job.....for less work & no adhesive.....

I go all out when I wear the fake......thatís just 1 of the things that holds me up on extensions........
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Old 09-16-2019, 01:30 PM
 
Location: STL area
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I loved them but developed an allergy. The liquid lash extensions mascara is great. Sometimes I miss them but I donít want itchy swollen eyes again so Iím not going to risk even the hypoallergenic glue. My lashes are long and full on their own but blonde on the ends so they look sparse without mascara.
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