Most women know what this is:
Ahh yes... how many of us have tried to get that "natural curl"? Eyelashes have a purpose, but we want them to be beautiful too. They accent our eyes, and draw the attention to your eyes. I wanted to give you a little History lesson about lash curlers, but, got kind of freaked out seeing all the new eyelash curler products... heated, crimpers, and now that stuff that is suppose to make them grow longer & thicker... Brooke Shields endorses that but, come on Brooke... You had GORGEOUS eyelashes, eye brows and hair. (So not fair). My daughters were very blessed with long gorgeous eyelashes...must be a Gonzalez thing not a Meyer (my maiden name) thing.
The other day, I found this lash curler in my beauty stuff drawer. Haven't tried it in many years. The pads still were good (ever "cut" your eyelashes? not me, but know someone who did with an old bad curler). So, anyway, I carefully get my lashes in this contraption, grip it together, and as I reopened it... ready for this? PINCHED THE OLD LADY EXTRA SAGGY SENSITIVE SKIN UNDER THE CORNER OF MY EYE!
Luckily it didn't cut me and I managed to rub push whatever my skin back where it goes (Had a wedding, didn't want to look scary). I think I am officially too old for eyelash curlers.
Found a few other things I have purchased and ended up in "the beauty drawer"
Check these "beauty" items out.
Philosophy ~ Hope in a Jar, Hope in a Tube, when Hope is Not enough, and the Microdelivery.
In my defense, I did not buy all the above products. Some were given to me.
By The Way go HERE and HERE for a couple of posts on the Victoria Secret Body By Victoria product. (I still love it although it's scary.)
I got a bunch of this too.
Why do we always try so hard to "fix" stuff on us? Why do we strive to have that perfect skin, perfect hair, and perfect body? Why do we care?
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