Priced around $120, Latisse is the only FDA-approved product for eyelash growth, unlike the other over-the-counter eyelash growth products.
"Latisse does work well to grow the eyelashes in roughly 70 percent of study patients," says Shevanti Jegasoth, a Miami-based cosmetic dermatologist. "In photographic analysis, the eyelash enhancement was uniform length and thickness, not extreme length, as has been observed in some of the over-the-counter/online brands, such as MDLash and Revitalash. This is the only lash-growth product for which you need a prescription. It originated as a glaucoma medication -- with a stunning side effect!"
For a more natural way to grow eyelashes, the green queens at Better Organic Choice (BOC) offer the following suggestions: "A more natural choice would be a non-prostaglandin, peptide-based formula like Tarte MultiplEye Natural Lash Enhancer. But we would recommend going without a lash enhancer altogether. Go for a primer that nourishes lashes, like Jane Iredale PureLash Extender and Conditioner, with panthenol (vitamin B5) and Omega-9 fatty acid to encourage lash growth while building up your lashes before you apply mascara."
"The BEST solution in learning how to control frizz is to learn how to give yourself a thorough and proper blow-dry," says Christopher Padula, owner of The Beauty Parlour. "Hair becomes frizzy when it's not completely dry at the start. That said ... if your hair is looking dry and frizzy because of the weather (or all that static coming from your favorite cashmere sweater), there are good products to help smooth it down. For a quick fix, use a weightless styling crème, like L'Oreal Texture Expert 'Smooth Essence.' This should be every girl's best friend. While I like this product, any clean and light product that does not disrupt your style or weigh it down should be sufficient to control fly-aways and static."
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