According to a recent post on The New York Post‘s Page Six, actress Claire Danes may be experiencing some side effects from using Latisse, the eyelash enhancement drug, for which she’s a celebrity spokesperson who may or may not have made a deal with the devil. A source claims that the area around Danes’ eyes is so yellow and purple that her makeup artist is having to perform magic tricks with a concealer pen just to cover up the unsightly evidence. But the folks at Latisse (as well as reps for Danes) vehemently deny the claims. More
Check out this post about potentially harmful beauty treatments by Justine van der Leun on AOL Health.
People head to the salon to get gorgeous — but with overdone, badly executed or unnecessary treatments, many end up with ugly results. “I see beautiful people who are in a mess because they get suckered into ruining what they have,” says Dr. Debra Jaliman, an American Academy of Dermatology spokesperson and the author of the Skin and Hair chapter in Women’s Health for Life. Here, we run down some potentially counterproductive beauty treatments out there — and tell you how to avoid unattractive outcomes.
It’s not bleaching that’s the problem — it’s overbleaching. More
Latisse, the topical eyelash-lengthening drug, is supposed to be prescribed by a doctor (one you actually visit), but apparently it’s available online without a doctor’s note, according to The New York Times. Even worse, some users have reported irritation, discoloration, and other unwanted side effects like permanent change of eye color. We’ll stick to mascara, thanks.
Trade Your Eye Color for Longer Lashes? It’s easy to get prescription drug Latisse without a real Rx, but the New York Times reports on the dangers of the lash-lengthening drug.
Latisse announced Claire Danes as its new spokesperson this week (replacing Brooke Shields). The prescription eyelash enhancer is known for plumping and lengthening your lashes, but its side effects have been widely publicized. Stylelist gives the details on Danes’ new … More