In GIST by Naijatweet Staff on the 21st, May, 2020

SHS Graduate Goes Blind Fixing Artificial Eyelashes In The Eastern Region

SHS Graduate Goes Blind Fixing Artificial Eyelashes In The Eastern Region


In the Senior High School (SHS), a 24 year-old graduate, is rapid losing her sight because of continuous fixing of eyelashes.

Maame Esi who live in Adweso a suburb of Koforidua in the Eastern Region of the New Juaben Municipality with her brother,, according to the Paa Yaw to a report by Koforidua-based Bryt on FM radio is noted that for always fixing her eyelashes from the time when she accomplished her secondary education.

In spite of numerous warnings from her father, she became unreceptive until she fixed the last one which has landed her in difficulty.

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According to the details of the report, some quantity of glue used to fix the eyelashes dropped into the pupil of the eye which has resulted in some health problems.

In just about two weeks, when we couldn’t set our eyes on her, I went to her room to find out if she was there.

I entered the room just to find her crying and complaining that she cannot notice with one of her eyes”, Papa Yaw brother of Mame Esi exposed

According to Paa Yaw views, Maame Esi said she did not believe the glue would affect her sight.

Advice all ladies to avoid artificial things.

Having thick, long lashes is every woman’s dream, but how far will they go for a fuller look? Recent trends in eyelash plumping have now bypassed the trusty mascara wand, going to more extreme measures to get that dramatic, sexy look. A new fad of eyelash extensions has swept through salons and spas, costing women both tons of money and for some, their natural lashes. As many reports have proved that lash extensions pose potential health risks, more and more horror stories have emerged as an increased number of women are trying to look like Beyoncé. So what exactly is happening, and what should you look out for when considering the false lash trend?

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Why it’s risky

Putting any foreign object anywhere near your eye poses a threat, but eyelash extensions are particularly hazardous because they have been known to cause a variety of different types of irritation. “The glue, for some people, can cause allergic reactions,” said Dr. Robert Dorin from True and Dorin Medical Group in New York City. “And for some reason bacteria wants to stick with it, and it could cause fungal or viral infections as well.”

Even though the glue is deemed biologically acceptable, some glues contain formaldehyde which can cause the allergic reaction. Also, dirt and bacteria can get trapped within the extensions, as Dorin said, and it is very likely that the extensions can cause eye infections.

The biggest risk, though, is the vicious cycle extensions start when they begin to damage your natural lashes. “The weight of using [eyelash extensions] on a regular basis can put stress on the hair follicle and eventually make it fall out and not grow back,” Dorin said. “The incentive to use it is to make your lashes fuller, and it can actually do the reverse and make them thinner.”

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The evidence seems to be pretty compelling that lash extensions are more trouble than they’re worth. But in case that hasn’t convinced you, some of the worst reactions women have experienced may do the trick.

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The grossest story you’ll hear all day

According to Allure’s assistant editor, Alexandra Owens, a close friend of hers had what she calls “the worst experience of [her] life” thanks to her eyelash extensions. A former lover of her new, false lashes, Owen’s friend found that one of her extensions fell off her eyelash, and into her eye. After days of rubbing and trying to flush the extension out, she saw an ophthalmologist. Much to her horror, the ophthalmologist discovered that the extension had become embedded in her eye, and that the flesh of her eye was now growing over the lash. After experiencing a painful extraction of the lash with a needle, Owen says her friend is never going near extensions again.

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