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How Can I Pump Up my Puny Lashes?
The dermatologist says:
"Some of us have naturally tiny lashes; other people's get wimpy with age. If mascara isn't cutting it, consider Latisse, the FDA-approved prescription lash treatment. It's a clear solution you brush on daily like liquid eyeliner and it makes lashes last, so you have more of them, and helps them grow in longer, thicker, and darker." Reported side effects include temporary skin darkening and permanently darker eye color, "but the risk is low if you follow the instructions and apply it sparingly, so it doesn't drip," Tanzi says. (Only get Latisse from your ophthalmologist or dermatologist, never online or in a spa.) Overthe- counter lash growth products cost less but do less too: "Most are made with rich conditioners, which help hairs grow and stay in longer—just not to the degree that Latisse can," she says.
— Elizabeth Tanzi, M.D., clinical instructor of dermatology at Johns Hopkins Medical Center
Try:Latisse is prescribed in a 3-ml vial (each costs to 0 and will last you about a month), and Physicians Formula Eye Booster 2-in-1 Lash Boosting Eyeliner + Serum, .95, (it offers lash-enhancing ingredients in a liquid liner).
The lash specialist says:
"Try lash extensions, which are done in a salon or spa, or false lashes applied by a makeup artist. Extensions are glued onto your real lashes one by one and last up to three weeks." Before booking an appointment, find out a few details: "The extensions should vary in length and thickness, and the glue should be medical-grade. And make sure they'll use gel patches, not tape, to hold down your bottom lashes during the service," Phillips says. Set aside two hours for the application, which costs 0 to 0. Having falsies put on by a makeup artist at a makeup counter or salon is way more affordable ( to ), takes 15 to 30 minutes, and lasts a day or two. A pro will artfully apply them so they look lush and natural—and stay put.
— Dionne Phillips, owner of D'Lashes salon in Los Angeles (her clients include Victoria Beckham and Brandy)
Try:Pay a pro to perfectly apply faux lashes. Ardell Fashion Lashes Natural #109, .50.
The makeup artist says:
"For maximum lashes, use a black mascara that contains thickening fibers, which stick to hairs to bulk them up. Look for the wordsvolumizing,thickening, orfiberon the label. Most of these come with a chubby brush, which has extra bristles to massage lots of color onto the hairs." Martin also recommends two prep steps: First, curl your lashes. Next, sweep on a lash primer, which fattens hairs by coating them in a clear film. And as you're applying your mascara, "wiggle the wand right into the base of your lashes, and brush it straight out in front of you to add length." Follow with another coat, pulling the wand outward for a cat-eye effect. Then stop. "Don't do more than two coats," warns Martin, "or the formula can clump and flake after a few hours."
— Daniel Martin, celebrity makeup artist and makeup brand consultant
Try:Sephora Collection eyelash curler, , and Lancôme Hypnôse Doll Lashes Mascara, , (it adds volume and has a cone-shaped brush to reach tiny corner lashes).
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