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15 May 2011

An eye for beauty

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May 15, 2011 Category: Beauty Posted by:



When it comes to looking lovely these days, all eyes are on long, luxurious lashes.


Until now, however, applying glue-on lashes has been somewhat of a sticky situation. Many otherwise high-style women see wearing lashes as too frustrating. You try applying them but they don’t position correctly, so you have to take them off and try again—and again.



Fortunately, you can for the first time get an eyelash kit that comes with patent-pending application strings to make applying lashes faster, easier and more comfortable.


With the new Kiss everEZlashes, you simply apply glue to the lash base and, holding both sides of the lash with its string applicators, just place the lash on your eyelid along the natural lash line. Once the glue is completely dry, you just pull the string away.


You can find these lashes at Walgreens, Walmart and CVS stores and order them online at To see the company’s entire collection, go to, and follow it on Facebook at everEZlashes or on Twitter @everEZlashes.

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