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31 days ago

Classic Lash Set

Taryn from Torbay - Long Bay

Hello Ladies,

As many of you have seen, I have started a Lash and Brow studio. At the moment, I offer a Classic Lash set with a very specific map. A map? That's lash artist speak for the pattern we use to decide which length goes where.

I would like to test a new lash map out and I'm looking for models who would be willing to give it a try and be happy with before and after photos which I will publish on social media. Your lashes need to be healthy as I will be applying a longer length. The set is valued at $129 but since I'm in test phase, I'm charging my 2-week fill price of $65. Please click on the link below if you are keen. Only 7 spots up for grabs.
Please message me if you're interested.
Thanks
Taryn
02102412376

Facebook:
m.me/getadorndbytaryn

Instagram:
@adorndbtaryn

Price: $65

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