Latanoprost for Your Spring LashesLatanoprost, also called Xalatan, is an industry leading glaucoma medication. But did you know that it is also known for creating longer, darker lashes? With runway fashions turning towards a more natural look, using latanoprost may be more important than previously thought.
According to the Financial Times, leading fashion designers are choosing to veer away from over the top fake eyelashes and multiple coats of mascara. Judging by the models at the recent spring fashion shows, designers are choosing to focus on bright lips, with the huge black lash and dark makeup look being toned down.
Latanoprost is often used to get this look. Latisse, the leading medication for growing long, dark, natural lashes, uses latanoprost as one of its main ingredients. For more information on how latanoprost creates these luscious lashes, check out our original article here.
This spring’s style focuses on the natural beauty of the wearer, with natural blushes, glowing skin, and bare, but still bright, eyes being seen everywhere. This look flows well with this spring’s ideal of “class.” Women of yesteryear didn’t need caked-on makeup or tons of dark eyeshadow to be beautiful. They worked with what they had. Latanoprost can be used to achieve this look by growing and retaining your lashes’ color and length.