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Old 05-15-2010, 08:27 AM   #1
 
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Default No One Uses Latisse?!?

"No one" uses Latisse??? Just $73 million sold last year.

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I think more of us (at least those with brown eyes) would be more willing to try Latiesse if it weren't for the price. In times like these, does Allergan really expect people to spend $150 a month on eyelashes?

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Peronally, I do not need this product, but I find it highly intriguing.

As someone with green eyes, I'd be afraid of the discoloration.

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I've been using it for about a month (brown eyes). I think I see some more length, but the difference isn't significant yet. No more thickness. I should have taken before and after pics to track the progress...

still definitely need mascara though!!

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Keep us posted, lawoman!

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I would love to see your results, too! (because I don't know if I believe those Brooke Shields photos )

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I would like to see lawoman's results as well.

Many of the eyelash growing product ads and even mascara advertisements feature models wearing false eyelashes in addition to using/wearing the product. Some ads specify this, but most don't. Highly deceiving.

Who knows if the models are even using the product? Maybe they are blessed with beautiully long lashes, or a good set of false ones?

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I never trust mascara commercials, they are never truthful representations of the results! (reviews are the only way to pick IMO)

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I never trust mascara commercials, they are never truthful representations of the results! (reviews are the only way to pick IMO)
I agree! the women are either wearing several different products, woth primers and such, or got the false eyelashes working.

Caveat emptor!

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I've been using a lash product from Sephora, I believe it's called stimulash fusion. It's worked really really well for me so far, and I haven't noticed any discoloration in my eyes (although I've got brown eyes so it'd be hard to tell). It's cheaper than Latisse and didn't have all those scary warnings. Definitely worth a try in my opinion.

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