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This week at CVS they are holding a BOGO Free sale for MUA products. So I purposely went to CVS today to pick up two of their lash kits. One kit has individual lashes, a lash applicator and lash glue and the other one has a pair of natural fine lashes also with a lash applicator and lash glue. The individual lash kit is $10 while the other lash kit is $9. I think the individual lash kit is $1 more because they are individual lashes. That`s the only thing I can think of for the $1 price difference. I didn`t even notice it until I looked at my receipt after leaving the store. I purposely bought these two kits for the lash applicator because I think that because of the bent tip it makes it easier to apply false lashes. I`ll have to try it out to be sure. I`ve seen someone use it on youtube which made me wanna buy it. You can buy the lashes individually for around $5 each but they don`t sell the lash applicator by itself though. So I thought it would be more worth my money just to get two kits. I could keep one lash applicator as a backup just in case I somehow lose one. Or I can keep on in my purse for emergencies. Hopefully my lashes won`t fall off...lol.. Oh, the lash glue that comes with it is said to be latex free so it`s good for those that are allergic to latex. I`m not sure how well that glue works yet, cause my favorite lash glue so far is still the one by Revlon.
Has anyone bought this kit yet and used the applicator? If so, do you find it easier to apply your lashes with?
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beauty, lashes, lash kit, applicator