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September 9, 2010

eyelash to your motha.

Eye lashes aren’t just used for hot hookers and Halloween anymore, they have become a massive market in fashion in 3 definitions. Here are my thoughts on the extended 15min lash trend.
Extension Lashes= Fake: One that is not authentic or genuine; a sham. To manipulate or make an object appear better or other than it is.
Glue on Lashes= Fierce: In the beginning a flame, very pretty, often hot and fierce but still only light and flickering.
Mascara= Fabulous: If you describe something as fabulous, you are emphasizing that you like it and find it cool.
Which lash girl do you want to be?
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I love Shayne Lamas - I've said it before and I'll say it again. But that doesn't mean I have to see eye to eye with her. I responded to her blog just because I find it irrational and insensitive. She's a beautiful girl - that didn't need to change her body - but chose to because I'm guessing it made her feel more confident. And that is what hair extensions and lash extensions do for me. I may not look like a movie star or be as skinny as Nicole Richie, but I think that there is nothing wrong with enhancing what you have, to make yourself feel stunning. 
I agree with her that it is a trend. Obviously, once celebs start doing something the general public catches on. She has stellar style, an out of this world shoe selection, and yes I'm envious of her super flat stomach, and purse collection - but I'm just going to have to say - eyelash extensions are my world! 

I'm ok with being a little fake - as long as I look good. Most celebrities/models have something fake or cosmetically enhanced and we worship them! 


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