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Anyway, most of my business for the last two years has been short sales, REO's, and HUD homes. I knew that the market was changing way back when so I got certified as a SFR. Yep, I am super official... I am an expert at short sales. Short sales are a long process (not usually 411 days long). It gets old for the sellers and real old for the buyers who have put in at least 10 offers on short sales. Then they wait and wait and wait for the investor to get back with them. I have to say, with me you don't just wait, I keep you informed. I am all over those banks like stink on .... well you get the picture. If there are two mortgages... well that is another beast. I can say that over the last few years a lot of the banks have gotten it together. They only work with one offer/ buyer this speeds the process up. If you have good, patient clients, who listen to you for the most part and get you ALL of the documents the bank asks for... that really helps too. In this case these clients were more then patient and did everything I asked of them. What do you know, after 8 offers it worked.
So where do eyelashes come in?? See I was getting ready for the closing today. While putting on my mascara I realized my eyelashes looked ridiculous. I was born with some great eyelashes. But my sister in law started a business where she applies lash extensions. I am not going to lie, they were amazing. I really had a love affair with them. Being as emotional as I am, I could cry anytime and there was never the icky, black smudge rolling down my face. I would wake up in the morning and know I just looked fabulous. Lets not mention when I ran the Wasatch Back Ragnar, yeah I looked pretty fly.
Apply your makeup just the way you want it. I use dark liner to hide the band. Poor baby lashes.
Just so you know the eyelashes that come in the package are placed left to right. So if you put them in front of you this is how it would look. This is how you apply them.The one missing is for my right eye. Understand?
They are a little sticky when you first gently pull them off the package. This allows you to play with them a little. Place them where you want. See this one wants to fall off.
Then gently apply the glue. This is where the handy dandy toothpick comes in. I use it to spread the glue. You have to let the glue set for about 30-60 seconds. You want it tacky so that it will stick to your eye. Not slide around.
I have to use my fingers and some pointy tweezers to get them on just right. Get them really close to the lash line. Key point: use the tweezers to apply a little pressure on the flasies at the center and both corners of the lash line.
See the difference?
Poor baby lashes.