Happy Sunday! I love YouTube! It’s amazing what kind of stuff you can learn by watching endless beauty videos. I was binge watching some wig videos recently, and picked up this little gem.
The lady on the video used eye lash glue to fill in a line between her eyes. Hmm, sounds interesting. I have a deep line between my eyes, but most notably I have a dent in my forehead. I opened my car door on my head about three years ago, and it never filled back in. My doctor told me that the skin literally moved and will never move back. I’ve looked in to getting some sort of filler, but that’s expensive and not a permanent fix. I also have some chicken pox marks on my forehead as well. Basically a hot mess!
Check me out:
I did a blog post a few years ago about my dented forehead. I didn’t realize how obvious it was until I was doing a make up post. I’m very self conscious about it. I try to wear my hair over it for the most part. But my bangs are getting thinner too, so it basically sucks balls.
Well, I tried this eye lash glue trick, and holy crap! I think for my first try, it turned out really well. I put the glue on, let it dry completely. Next I dabbed on some Wet n Wild Photofocus concealer in light ivory using a mini beauty blender sponge. I then put a very thin layer of Covergirl Simply Powder foundation in ivory. I almost cried when I saw how good it looked. I also used it on some of my wrinkles and the pox scars. I almost forgot the e.l.f. Natural Lash Kit that I paid a whopping $2 for. I already had the other items. I’m very happy with the results, check me out.
Here is everything I used:
The glue is clear and very easy to use. I don’t have any foundation on the rest of my forehead.
You remove the glue with a warm washcloth. I tried Ardell lash glue first, but it didn’t do anything.
Thanks for stopping by.
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