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Why would any realtor want to have eyelash extensions done to herself? Well a realtor named Mastaneh Ekhtebar appears to have obtained such lash extensions, in an admission that is somewhat shocking in the conservative Middle East. She is pictured in a local advertisement was published in the Tehran International Weekly Magazine 3d silk lashes private label private label .

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The other pictures in that ad point out the reason why Mastaneh apparently decided to have her 3d silk lashes private label private label extended. That ad shows pictures of elegant rooms, rooms that would seem to be in a Beverly Hills home. That makes sense, since the Tehran magazine is distributed to Persian businesses in Los Angeles County.

Mcors The same magazine also contains an ad about a place where young women can learn more about eyelash extensions. That place is the Academy of Barbering Arts, an institution with a Cosmetology Program. The student in such a program could be expected to learn a great deal about the extensions for 3d silk lashes private label private label .

Such a student would probably learn that each extension is made with a synthetic fabric. Such a student might also get a chance to practice the application of such extensions. That student would need to practice patience, as he or she applied the extensions, one eyelash at a time.

One further ad in the same publication offers a hint to anyone who wants to make money by applying eyelash extensions. The professional who placed that ad, Parsa Mahehi, MD, did not use the word “extensions” in his ad.

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Dr. Mahehi seems to be conscious of the fact that no small number of Persian women have very beautiful eyelashes. He does not want to offend any reader, by suggesting that her 3d silk lashes private label private label are not “up to par.”

 

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