The white flaky build-up is dandruff and dead skin cells (...look on the bright side, its not mites, so that's good news!) Those black clumps and chunks is poor use of glue and the strongest lash in the bunch is tugging on all the baby lashes which will eventually be pulled out or broken off with the next week of growth. (MYTH: lash extensions causes lashes to fall out. FALSE. Poor work does)!
The bald gaps between your fine lashes is a place where you will have to wait a long while before new lashes grow in its place and if you compare how thick & heavy those extension clumps are just a short millimeter away from the lash line, suggests that when you got them done last week, it was probably on your skin. Notice your baby fine lashes like thin stilts just barely supporting the extensions. You can imagine how much more stress you will be putting on the lash & the follicle its growing out of, with just a few more weeks of growth. Don't get me wrong, your lashes looked good when you came out of the salon, but they never had a chance to begin with... And I didn't say a thing. So out of guilt, I wrote you a letter to say as nicely as I possibly can...
I love bulldogs. But the thought of your eyes in 6 months resembling one won't qualify you for having giving puppy dog eyes next time you need a favor.
PS Could Hallmark had said it any better? At least I know you will have a sense of humor about this post.
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