Today the question is what lengths could you go to be beautiful? Because there are some pretty extreme things you can do to achieve that ‘perfect’ version of yourself. Enough Interestingly, all of these products are free of plastic surgery, Botox, or anything you need to go to a health care provider to do.
In fact, all of these methods can be used in the comfortable surroundings of your own home. First of all, we have this beauty. Well, which means you don’t have those pesky wrinkles, saggy cheeks, or a double chin. WHY DID THEY PHOTOSHOP THE WITHIN OF HER MOUTH AWAY? This following mummy facial mask gets the same purpose, except that it covers the complete face, where the mouth-thing only works on the bottom half of the face.
Now, this thing here’s one of the most extreme techniques I’ve seen to a problem all women have. It’s to eliminate a monolith. For those of you who don’t know, a monolith is when you do not have a crease on your eyelid. Many Asian women have monoxide, while most Western women have dual lids. Which means you slap on these babies and they power a crease where you do not have one.
I personally think that one is the next craziest object here today, because I believe monoxide are beautiful which can’t be best for your eye. I’ve seen various other ways to create a crease, some of them with just plain makeup, and others with tape, that appear more secure than this. But that’s just my 5 cents. Here’s (in my opinion) the winner of the day’s crazy award.
- ¼ glass coconut essential oil
- Does God have limitations
- Women who are pregnant or breastfeeding should not use head-lice medications
- Over-the-counter (OTC) drugs
- East O’ the Moon, West O’ the Moon by Naomi Lewis
What you decide to do with this thing, are you sticking it into your nasal area and it will straighten it. What I’d like to know is if this contraption actually works? This strange thing isn’t a strap to really get your girlfriend to avoid yapping. Nope, it’s a mask to stretch out laugh-lines and make your skin layer seems flawless.
It’s like a facelift taken actually. This next group of goggles does the same as the laugh-line mask, only it’s for the eyes. Instantaneous upwards lift to reduce luggage under the eyes and fine lines and wrinkles. Last, however, not least, my favorite. These are weight loss slippers. Designed in ways to make the muscles work just a little extra when you walk, they’ll strengthen your hip and legs and cause the weight to slip off. That is, unless you slide off. And break your nose.
So you need the nose straightener thing. And maybe the goggles to reduce the puffiness under your eye from the fall. OK, I’ll stop now. So, now you can answer the very first question in today’s blog. How would you go considerably? Have you tried one of these? Have you tried various other wacky things I don’t possess on the blog today? Please, I want to know, because I’m just dying to.