Violet Voss 3D Faux Mink Lashes Review, Photos, Complete Look


Hi there! Violet Voss Cosmetics has been working on 3D Faux Mink Lashes: triple stacked and handmade. The one you will be seeing in this post is in style “Sexy and Eye Know It.”  When I first opened this package I was automatically intrigued by how soft, full, and beautiful these false lashes were! I had to put them on my eyelashes, STAT.

Here are some photos:

“Sexy and Eye Know It” false eyelashes are triple stacked for a full lash look. It is a high impact, dramatic style lash most suitable for when you want to look your absolute best.

Side view – the band is easy to maneuver, the lashes are handmade with high quality synthetic fibers.

There are three layers to these lashes from the bottom up. The fibers are longer toward the end complimentary to making your eye much bigger and noticeable.


Product packaged…

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Panic – or Laugh?

Barataria - The work of Erik Hare

“This is no time to panic. There’ll be plenty of time to panic later.”
– Groucho

So far this year the S&P500 has lost 100 points (5%). Where did they put them? Isn’t hard to lose something that is pointy? Despite looking under every sofa cushion the search has so far remained pointless.

It may not seem like the time for humor, but the US market reaction to the meltdown in China is purely comical in many ways. It shows how much the market is responding to emotion rather than reality – and the prevailing emotion is fear. Run away!

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Our travel plans for 2016 (so far)

A Note From Abroad

January ~ Canoga Park and Arrowbear Lakes, California

Why we travel... Why we travel…

For 2016, we decided to travel on the odd months, and stay in So California on even months. We will see how that works out, but that was my starting point for mapping out plans for this year.  The first thing I did was review my wish list destinations, and jotted down the top two on each continent. Then I researched the best time of the year to travel there. With that information in hand, I started filling in my calendar for 2016 and 2017. 

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A Lie

Pankti Shukla


Why do we take religion so seriously?

I am an atheist. I don’t believe in any particular religion or community. For me, there’s only one religion; ethics. I have my own set of rules and regulations that I follow to live my life. I believe in karma.

When a baby is born, he is named and labeled to a particular religion. He is taught communal difference of this world; the Do’s and don’ts. The difference between heaven and hell, good and evil, angel and demon. That’s merely an illusion of our human psychology; I believe.

It started when I was born,

Criticism of religion at once.

I am just a child of lord;

From birth, I was taught my ethics,

Thou I never understood the maze.

Questions were always on my tongue,

Biting my mind to never run.

Yes I know from where my roots are sown;

Thou I am taught…

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Self-Help Gurus, Channeling, Yoga and Other Demonic Deceptions

Communing with the Brontes – Haworth England

Planning to the Nth

My accommodation sat at the bottom of a steep hill, leading up to the historic village of Haworth, where Charlotte, Emily and Anne Bronte, grew up in their father’s parsonage. It was here they wrote their poetry, short stories and novels. At the top of the hill, I crossed the main road, passed under an arched stone-covered alleyway and entered a tiny town square and another era.

I’d had the idea, maybe because the Brontes’ stories are often set on the moors, that their father’s church, St. Michael’s and All Angels, was out of town a bit, but here it was, directly in front of me. Abutting the steps attached to the church wall was a pub, the Black Bull Inn, very handy if you feel the need for a quick one after services – or even before. It was one of the quaintest buildings I’d ever seen. Square, with latticed…

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