Thursday, February 15, 2018

Eyelash Extensions,and how to take care of them

In a CoverGirl survey, it was revealed that 50 percent of women would choose mascara if they could only use one makeup product. But think of the possibilities if your lashes were already long, lush, and dark (concealer, for me, would be a close runner-up). I'm talking about eyelash extensions.
Eyelash extensions are not for the faint of heart. These babies are high-maintenance. Along with your  new look, you will received a list of rules and left armed with my tools. The extensions require daily combing with a clean spooley brush (I sleeping on your  back saves  some extra effort in the morning), and you must not get them wet within the first 24 hours. Taking   eye makeup off has also become a daunting task. Makeup wipes are a must, as my previously trusted cotton pads left  picking lint off   lashes for 15 minutes. No matter how gentle you are, they will slowly (and discreetly) fall out the way your natural lashes do.
. You will become addicted. You will not believe you waited so long to give eyelash extensions a shot, and  can't imagine how sad your natural lashes will look once they're all gone. The extensions are supposed to last three to four weeks, and from there you can get them filled in, which plan on doing. Since getting the lashes, You will have been receiving loads of compliments.  You'll feel the need to kept getting  the compliments with, "Lash extensions. You must try them.
Our Guest for this weeks Podcast is :
Cinda Nicole Huebner, "Nikki," is the founder and designer behind Endurelash Organic EyeLash
Cloths. Nikki is a genuine soul who truly thrives on being a mother first and foremost, It's her true
being within. But she's also full of energy and creativity so her best balance has always been to try and
stay too busy. So she decided to try and conquer being a working mom.

Her first chapter career actually began in the dental field. She graduated from UNC-Chapel Hill in
2001 with her BS in Dental Hygiene. Prior to that she started out as a potential biological engineering
major at NC State University, but dance and cheer seemed to be her life at NCSU, not so much math!
Hence, the transfer. The clinical scientific world (dentistry) was a much better fit back then!

As a working mom of three boys, Nikki has about 20 minutes to herself to get ready each morning and she became addicted to the convenience of lash extensions. As a consumer of lash extensions for over four years, she noticed maintenance issues.

Nikki felt a tug in her heart to become an entrepreneur. After interviewing every woman she could corner, from friends to a stranger at the store, she realized everyone with lash extensions was having these same problems. Sometimes their solution was to not wash them or get them wet, and coming from a dental hygiene background, all she could think about was how unhealthy that was for their eyes. She started testing prototypes of different weaves of organic fabrics on herself for about nine months to come up with a better solution. Finally, she landed on her first product, the EndureLash® Organic Drying Cloth. And during that selection process, she stumbled upon (what would later become) the EndureLash® Eye Makeup Removal Cloth as a less expensive and safe way to remove eye makeup.Nikki's website

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I’m a professional Esthetician specializing in treating Acne and I’m also a Beauty Advisor during the day. I’m passionate in helping others have beautiful skin. But at night I am whipping up decadent desserts, amazing pies, and delicious, healthy meals. Cooking for me is an expression of my creative side and I enjoy making meals for friends, family and co workers. 

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