Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Beauty News: This Makeup Junkie Is In 24 Hours Today!


I'm thrilled to be in today's Toronto edition of 24 Hours! Check me out on page 22 talking about holiday beauty trends and Latisse, the first and only prescription eyelash growth treatment that is now available in Canada. In case you haven't heard, I am currently the beauty expert for Latisse and I've also been lucky enough to give this lash treatment a spin! It's only been a little over a month and I'm starting to see some growth and fullness.

If you're not familiar with Latisse it grows your natural lashes longer, fuller and darker. The results are significant as well! When I get a chance I will post some photos of my lash progress. Like the article says, if you try the product now you won't have lush lashes in time for your holiday parties. It takes 16 weeks to see full results. But hey, why not start the new year with long, beautiful lashes?? When you reach for your eyelash curler and mascara, it won't take much effort to get that flirty lash you've always wanted! Sounds good in my books! 

As with any cosmetic treatment, book an appointment with your physician to see if Latisse is right for you. Customers can only get this product with a prescription. Latisse has been clinically tested to safely and effectively grow your natural lashes. If you have any questions, feel free to contact me anytime!

To read the rest of the 24 Hour article click here. Thank you to Tanya Enberg for your fabulous write up! 

For information on doctors in your area that prescribe Latisse click here. For more information on Latisse visit

3 comments:

Lena! said...

Congratulations Joy! I will save the article! xo

Elaine A said...

Joy, is Latisse something you have to keep on using?

My dad has these glaucoma drops for his eyes and one of the side effects is longer fuller lashes :P I wonder if it's the same active ingredient!

Make-up Junkie said...

@Lena - thank u!! ur so sweet!
@Elaine A - Yes, after the 16 weeks you must see your physician to see how long you must use it in order to maintain the length and fullness. And yes, Latisse does contain the same active ingredient found in glaucoma medication, Lumigan! Ur dad's lashes must be lovely! ;)