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  1. FALSE EYELASHES | FAKE EYELASHES The best value in false eyelashes wholesale: http://www.model21eyelashes.com False Eyelashes | Fake Eyelashes >>> Get This... False Eyelashes (AMAZING $15 Value) And Fake Eyelashes ! http://www.docstoc.com/docs/41984277/False-Eyelashes-|-Fake-Eyelashes What False Eyelashes is NOT : * False Eyelashes is NOT expensive. * False Eyelashes is NOT hard to apply. * False Eyelashes is NOT dificult to take off. * False Eyelashes is NOT machine made.

  2. So, What IS False Eyelashes? A False Eyelashes is a human-made product in which allows someone to enhance the overall aesthetic value and beauty of their eyes. It was created solely for the purpose of making eyes more attractive and alluring. A traditional false eyelash is made up of numerous human or synthetic eyelashes attached together in a single strip. They are usually placed in the eyes by the use of some kind of adhesive, such as glue. However, there are special types of adhesive meant for False Eyelashes.Historically, it is accepted that False Eyelashes where invented during the early 90s. It was in the year 1916, to be exact, that a director, D.W. Griffith wanted to improve the quality of the film and wanted to make the leading actress much more beautiful. With that in mind, he had a wig maker weave human hair through pieces of gauze, which was later used and glued into the leading actress. The result is what we now know as Fake Eyelashes. From then, False Eyelashes have come a long way and are now mostly no longer made out of real human hair. Isn’t it good to learn a little bit of history once in a while? If you’re interested in getting more free content and information, just access the False Eyelashes FAQ page. Cheers, AriaG.