Your Quick Guide to Fuller, Darker Eyelashes with Latisse!
It turns out that the popular notion that men notice a woman’s breasts and body figure first on first meeting is not true. The results of a recent survey revealed that men notice the eyes first, followed by a woman’s smile and breasts. With these recent findings, an increasing number of women visiting our North Carolina cosmetic surgery practice have inquired about Latisse, an FDA-approved eyelash lengthening drug for thicker and darker eyelashes.
How to Apply Latisse
By and large, you are an ideal candidate for Latisse treatments when you frequently spend a lot of time meticulously applying false eyelashes. Anyone who wants to improve the appearance of their sparse eyelashes could actually have Latisse.
Latisse can be applied at home and instructions will be provided on proper application. This eyelash-enhancing drug is not recommended for individuals with history of severe allergies and those who are taking antibiotics and medications for cardiovascular disorders.
Before applying Latisse, you need to clean your eye area first and get rid of dirt, makeup, contact lenses, and other facial products. Using the applicator, apply Latisse only to your upper eyelashes. it is important to remember not to apply on your lower eyelashes as it will spread to your lower eyelid by the time you blink.
Latisse in North Carolina
Would you like to learn more about Latisse in North Carolina? Call us at 828-526-3783 or fill out this contact form to schedule an initial consultation. We are located at 209 Hospital Drive, Suite 202, Highlands, N.C. We look forward to your visit!