Wednesday, April 9, 2008

Eyelash Implants

Did you know that for a mere $300 you could be the owner of eyelash implants?

They are only semi-permanent and need maintenance, but thick dark lashes are only an economic stimulus check away. As an eyelash disabled person, I have to admit that this is very tempting. I have recently become a member of the Tammy Faye Baker club of mascara. My routine consists of three coats of Estee Lauder's Magnascopic expertly separated by a metal Chanel eyelash comb then retouched by what ever free trial size Lauder mascara I have laying about. So my current eyelash investments in time and money already have me halfway to implant mark.
I have been trying fake eyelashes since high school, but I cannot master the application.

I don't know what this says about me as a person but I want them. I suppose for now I'll just have to imagine waking up looking like Brooke Shields.

1 comment:

janella said...

brooke shields, quite.

if i went in for eyelash implants, i would wake up looking like brooke shields: the early years----read: unibrow!

i recently read that a woman went in for wrinkle repair and woke up with breast implants! whatever happens to you, make SURE you do not get eyeBROW implants. make very clear it is eyeLASH implants you're going for.

but as for cosmetic procedures, i'm all for it. too bad we can't go in together and get a two-for-one thing, but it seems our body problems are opposite each other. I have eyelashes, you have a perfect nose. ACTUALLY......since i've had my nose done, maybe you SHOULD do those eyelashes!

have a beautiful day!