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Eye Lashes for... Cars

Having worked in an environment where cars are the trade of the day, we are quite into tuning, tweaking and doing just about anything one can do to make their car look and perform better. We can even understand those who take their passion for their car to the point where it no longer is an object, but a person.

It is exactly this kind of people which led to the creation of... car lashes. As in eye lashes for cars. For the cars' headlights, that is.

The crew who created the car eye lashes for cars is called... Carlashes. They apparently sell car lashes for just about any type of vehicle and headlight invented by man. And they are an easy fit too. All you need is the product
and a bit of 3M automotive grade adhesive. Oh, yes, you also have to have the need to be bling, for no reason.

The car lashes are available for purchase for $24.95, with an additional Crystal Eyeliner to be sold for $19.95 as an option. The manufacturer of the crazy accessories recommend those who buy them not to stick the aforementioned 3M automotive grade adhesive on the paint, as, you know, it may damage it.

One should instead affix the lashes to the glass of the headlight or the underside of the hood.

More information and sickening pictures can be found at the following link. Unfortunately, at the time we are writing this, the website in question slammed us a big 509 Bandwidth Limit Exceeded error. Maybe you'll have better luck. Or not.
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About the author: Daniel Patrascu
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Daniel loves writing (or so he claims), and he uses this skill to offer readers a "behind the scenes" look at the automotive industry. He also enjoys talking about space exploration and robots, because in his view the only way forward for humanity is away from this planet, in metal bodies.
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