International Thai beauty salon uses superglue to attach fake eyelashes on woman with...

Thai beauty salon uses superglue to attach fake eyelashes on woman with horrifying effects

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A Facebook video of a woman in Phuket, Thailand ended up swollen after having fake lashes attached with super glue has gone viral. The video showed the woman going through a tear-inducing removal procedure.

Posted by Fara Beautysalon on Friday, 3 August 2018

In the incident which happened last Friday, the woman’s beautician used super glue to attach eyelash extensions. The woman reportedly ran to another beautician for the painful removal procedure after the botched procedure. The other beautician in saying that the superglue had already hardened by the time the woman reached her salon described the removal procedure as the most difficult case she encountered in her decade of practice.

A Thai publication said that the other beautician had to use a softener before starting to remove the extensions using a steel cuticle pusher.

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The other beautician whose Facebook handle is Fara Beautysalon advised those who want to do eyelash extensions, to go to a reputable beauty salons. Her video has been shared over 1.2 million times.

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Posted by Fara Beautysalon on Friday, 3 August 2018

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