Now you can buy eyelashes from a vending machine! Beautician who gives Love Islanders their falsions, makes a machine with 18 different styles
- Ashleigh Stevenson, 27, from Newcastle, came up with a new concept
- Vending machines filled with eyelashes can be found in two shopping centers
- Offer mascara and 18 different sizes to meet all requirements and costs £ 10.99 per pair
- A machine is coming to Manchester and Ashleigh hopes to expand nationwide
An eyelash entrepreneur has come up with a new new business idea: vending machines that sell fake eyelashes.
Beautician Ashleigh Stevenson, 27, from Newcastle, experienced so much demand in her salon that she decided to offer top quality eyelashes on two machines not far from her store.
Now glamorous clubbers can complete their look while in town by using machines in two shopping areas in Newcastle city center, with another planned for Manchester.
Ashleigh Stevenson, 27, from Newcastle, came up with the idea of selling false eyelash machines after her own salon was so busy that she couldn't take new bookings
The eyelashes are available for £ 10.99 per pair and are available in 18 different sizes to meet all requirements (pictured)
Ashleigh, pictured on vacation, said she hopes to expand the idea to major party cities such as Liverpool and Manchester, and even London
The pastel pink machines offer a fast lash solution, with eighteen different sizes and shapes of lashes that meet the needs of every glamorous girl.
Ashleigh & # 39; s customers include Love Island winner and Geordie lass Amber Gill, 21, who yearned a few forgery before entering the villa.
Other well-known customers are Geordie Shore stars Charlotte Crosby (29) and Chloe Ferry (23).
Ashleigh, pictured on vacation, has just started her vending business, but the ambitious entrepreneur hopes to see them popping up all over the country
Two of the vending machines already exist in shopping centers in Newcastle city center, and another one will be arriving in Manchester soon
Ashleigh & # 39; s Lashloft vending machine is unveiled in a shopping center in Newcastle. Ashleigh said she was overwhelmed by the popularity of the machines
Ashleigh first had the idea that the machines had a quick lash solution at Christmas.
Her eyelash rod, The Lash Loft, is so popular that she couldn't take on new customers, so she was inspired to store vending machines full of eyelashes in the city center to reach more people.
She says the popularity of the machines is overwhelming.
She said: & # 39; It's great, everyone loves them.
& # 39; In America they have vending machines filled with cupcakes and all sorts – I was inspired and wanted to do something else. & # 39;
Customers are impressed by the vending machines, one of which is described as the & # 39; most popular thing ever & # 39;
A new machine is now being installed in a shopping center in Manchester.
Then Ashleigh says she would like to take her pink eyelashes across the country.
She said: & # 39; They would do so well in Liverpool and Manchester as big party cities like Newcastle, and I think they would also be popular in London. & # 39;
The lashes cost £ 10.99 per set and the machine accepts contactless cards and Apple Pay as well as coins.
Locals in Newcastle are happy and amused by the new addition to their mall.
Josh wrote on Twitter: & # 39; Is there more Geordie than an eyelash machine? & # 39;
Abbie tweeted: & # 39; This is the best thing I've ever seen: an eyelash machine. & # 39;
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