Full results from nightly use of Latisse become visible after sixteen weeks. Often, you’ll notice some lashes becoming exceptionally long or dark in as little as four weeks.
Latisse can also help fill in sparse or over-tweezed eyebrows! Maybe you got a little carried away with the tweezing, or your brows are starting to thin with age. Whatever the case, careful and consistent use of Latisse can go a long way towards growing in fuller brows that beautifully frame your eyes. Since Latisse is only currently FDA approved for use along the lash line, this is considered an “off-label” use of the medication; but several women report an increase in the density of their eyebrows as a result of the wonder potion. (Remember, there are lots of successful off-label uses for treatments like Botox as well.)
So as not to encourage any unwanted hair growth, you’ll want to be meticulous with application to the eyebrows. A tiny drop is sufficient, or just use whatever is left on the brush after doing your lashes. You may need to trim your eyebrows a bit more than usual after a while, but the increased fullness you’ll notice should make it more than worth your while.
Because of the way Latisse works, discontinuing use will cause your lashes and eyebrows to gradually go back to their original state. Some people find that once they get to the sixteen-week mark, every other night dosing is sufficient to maintain their results.