The "Eyes" have it....and we have the "Latisse" to prove it!
These Lashes Are Real, I Swear
Correct me if I am wrong, but recently, I've noticed everyone's trying to fake it. What is "it" exactly? Good question, whether it's Los Angeles, Scottsdale, New York or Miami, there isn't a whole lot people aren't trying to fake. But I digress.
The "it" I'm referring to is, especially as we age, full, voluminous lashes. Lashes so thick and black they'd make Kim Kardashian blush. Doll-like lashes.
Extensions are always an option. Eyelash growth enhancers will give you a one up. Here are two fabulous options that both promise and deliver fabulous results in as little as 8 weeks. The one and only FDA approved--Latisse--which can be found at Pacific Dermatology & Cosmetic Center, often at a great discount, and the other is Obagi's Elastilash--also offered at Pacific Dermatology & Cosmetic Center.
But if you're looking for a quick blast of drama, a flirty flash of lash—a fantastic mascara can work wonders. So without further adieu, here are two new mascaras to keep an eye out for:
MAC False Lashes Extreme Black Mascara ($19)
Part of the Fall 2011/Winter 2012 MAC lineup, this intensely black mousse-like formula creates the illusion of costly extensions.
Noir G de Guerlain Mascara ($49)
Launching January 2012, this formula will curl and lengthen lashes, and stimulate the production of keratin, according to WWD.