Some of you have asked -- and no, these are not my real eyelashes:
Here's what they actually look like (although those three on the very right are obviously fake):
My friend Roxie tells me I shouldn't tell people they're fake. I should just smile and say "thank you" when complimented. I can't handle the stress. What if somebody found out somehow that they aren't real and I wasn't the one who told them? This is why I can never get boob implants.
I go to a place in Edina where I bought a membership for $60 a month to get them "filled". A lady named Doua dims the lights, puts on some very relaxing music and proceeds to glue an individual fake eyelash to each of my invisible ones while I sleep. Of course I sleep. There's relaxing music! I made her take this next photo. As you can see, at the end of three weeks most of them have fallen out and it's time to get them "filled" and I procrastinated just a bit too long. Those white things separate my bottom lashes so she doesn't glue my eyes shut.
I know that I fall asleep because I frequently wake myself up mid-snore. The way that I snore is so funny too it's like a "PAAAAAAA" [breathe in]...."PAAAAA"...[breathe in]..."PAAAAAA". I begged Doua to take a video of the snoring but I think she was too embarrassed because she didn't do it.
I think they're worth every penny. If not just for the opportunity once a month to take that delicious snore-nap.
Fake or Real, they are Fabulashious!
Oh, by the way, the other day I was using the vacuum in "your bedroom" and I found an eyelash extension. Made me think about you. I pondered the question, "How much did this eyelash cost Kady?" Then I vacuumed it up.
I think that every time I see one too! And I find them everywhere. (Like in your pasta salad.)
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