How to use Latisse to fill out sparse eyebrows!

A reader asked me, “Will Latisse work to fill out eyebrows?”
If you have absolutely no brows or almost no brows, then no. But, if you have sparse eyebrows that need to be filled in, then yes, Latisse can help! Latisse stimulates intact hair follicles to grow more quickly, and it keeps the hair in growth phase longer. That means you’ll see some new growth, but you’ll also see the existing hairs grow longer. That’s why it’s important that you do actually have a decent amount of eyebrow hair to start.

How to apply Latisse on sparse eyebrows for best results:

To apply to brows, use the same brush you use on your eyelashes for Latisse. Remember, DON’T use the brushes supplied by Allergan. They’re awful and will waste a ton of your product. Once a day is good for the first 2-3 months. After that, you might be fine with using Latisse on brows every other night, but try and it see, as results vary. Also, it’s actually better to use it in the morning, over your concealer, and under your other makeup.  If you use Latisse at night, some of it gets smeared around on the pillow, etc. Just let it dry thoroughly before applying make-up.
Related Reading:
– More on Latisse, spotting counterfeit Latisse, and Possible Side Effects on my blog here.
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