This gadget will give you double eyelids without surgery

Posted on 28 March 2013 | 1,194 views | 0 comment
This gadget will give you double eyelids without surgery
This new equipment, called the Eyelid Trainer, is worn just like a pair of glasses and claims to create a double-eyelid effect with daily use.Many Asians believe that having double eyelids is a sign of beauty and some who possess single-eyelids even go to the extent of having cosmetic surgery done to achieve the effect.The Eyelid Trainer aims to deliver those effects without surgery, reports Nikkei Trendy.And it seems to be popular with the Japanese public, with a reported 7,000 units sold in the first month of sales.Check out the eyelid trainer and other gadgets in the gallery below.
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