We have been asked many times how many times a customer has been asked if they have fake eyelashes by their cosmetologist.

The answer, it seems, is that the exact number is difficult to pin down.

The question of whether someone has fake eyelash extensions or not, and whether or not they will get a fake eyelid, is up to them.

What the experts have been able to gather is that, although most people will have fake eye makeup on, most people do not, in fact, have real eyelashes on.

Here are some of the most common reasons that people may think they have real lashes: If they have a medical condition like a cystic fibrosis or multiple sclerosis.

A person may not want to be photographed with a fake eye because they fear they could get a false one or be photographed without their real eyelids.

A patient may be worried about losing their eye.

The problem with this is that many people do have a cyst in their eye and they do not want their eye to be exposed.

If they are not a professional cosmetician, a doctor or nurse, or a member of a specialised surgery team, they may think their eye looks fake.

If a person has a severe disease like cancer, and has had to have surgery to remove their eyelid or have it removed.

People with cystic cysts are more likely to want a fake.

They may also think that the cosmetic surgeon who made the eyelid may not have the knowledge and expertise to know the best way to correct it.

A child may have to have their eyelids removed.

A parent may want their child to have eyelids that look like theirs.

If someone has been told that they have had a serious injury and need a plastic surgery procedure to remove the damaged eyelid.

People who have a lot of cosmetic surgery scars may want a cosmetic surgeon to do it, but most people with cosmetic surgery do not.

The fact that they do have scars on their face does not mean they have actually had the surgery.

The same is true for people who are allergic to certain cosmetics.

This can cause the person’s eyelashes to look unnatural.

If you are thinking of buying a new pair of mascara or eyeliner or have had your eye implants removed, or even if you think you may have had an eye problem that you wish to be able to correct, the following should help to help you make the right decision: Do you have to see a cosmetological professional to know if you are a genuine wearer of a fake or cosmetic eyelash?

If so, how long does it take?