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Old 09-18-2019, 10:34 AM
Status: "haters hate themselves too...." (set 22 days ago)
 
Location: The BA & l o v e it
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Tasha - just curious, but what types of bad feedback have you heard about Younique? As I stated in a previous post, I did try their mascara and I really didn't like it at all, but I've never looked at reviews about the company and I don't know if they also sell other products. I know I could google that, but wanted to hear your thoughts about them.
Mostly just how it’s sold....through social media presenters & bringing in other people to sell. Kinda seems like it can be more about making money than using the product IMO but....I’ve never personally tried any of their products so I don’t wanna pass along comments I get without seeing for myself.....
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Old 09-22-2019, 07:45 PM
 
Location: Fort Lauderdale, Florida
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I would have done it already, but we've been traveling a lot lately and I didn't want to have any issues while I was out of town. I seriously can't wait to do it! I only hope I love mine as much as you love yours!

Since you used to live in the MB area, you probably know, or know of, the doctor I mentioned who does the microblading. (From your posts, it seems like you know just about everyone who lives in the MB area!) My gynecologist is Amy King (I just love her.) Her partner, Christine Roberts, does a lot of cosmetic procedures, actually, they both do, so I think they are probably very trust worthy in that regard, since they are both excellent physicians. I last saw Amy a couple months ago and she had recently had hers done, but was going to have a second procedure to finish up. Did you have to do more than one appointment for yours, or was it a one and done type thing?

Also, was there a period of time that it took to heal up or anything like that? I'm just wondering what to expect in the immediate time period after having it done. I should've asked Amy about it at my last appointment, but unfortunately, I didn't think to ask her about it because I was so happy to find out that they are doing it.

Oh, and how long did it take for the procedure?
I don't know either! I'm from the days of Doctor Martin! Merritt King is like a brother to me but he's practicing off the beach.

My eyebrows took about 30 minutes to prep then another 30 minutes or so to actually do. The healing lasted one week but they were never scabby but after that week they were perfect.

Yes, most practitioners do a touch up a couple of weeks later.

LOVE them!

Forgot to add, at one time Dr. Bibb's wife Barbara was doing eyebrows I believe but this may be before they got married ten years or so ago.
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Old Yesterday, 09:57 AM
Status: "haters hate themselves too...." (set 22 days ago)
 
Location: The BA & l o v e it
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You do not need to use artificial eyelashes. Use Careprost eye drop and get long and dark Eyelashes. Use these Drop will reduce the chances that you will not have to use mascara.



Careprost should be used under the care of your ophthalmologist.....for treating glaucoma & the topical version can treat hypotrochosis...(it's a condition that affects the growth of lashes).....& does have known side effects like redness & itching....

I want to wear lash extensions or false lashes or mascara....to create a more dramatic & voluptuous temporary look on healthy lashes through cosmetics............I don't recommend the use of Careprost for this purpose tho.
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