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 Hollywood Lashes, Hollywood Lashes Troubleshooting
Posted: Jan 26 2007, 02:14 PM


Group: Admin
Posts: 31
Member No.: 1
Joined: 6-January 06

This is a problem for me at the moment that's giving me a headache and I'mon here to find out if anyone else is experiencing the same or similar problems as me.

I've recently decided to take on a new treatment. I've found it to be a really good opportunity as nobody does this treatment around me. The only thing that I'm having problems with is after they have been applied to the area, the lashes claim to be on for the lifetime of the natural lash until they come away. I'm finding that they're not staying on for the 2-3 month period which was stipulated at the time by someone from the company, and only last for 2 weeks. Has anyone else experienced this? I'm not promoting it as I have been doing purely because I don't want to advertise something that doesn't work and ruins my reputation.

Can anyone help?

Arlene sad.gif
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