Lash-Growing Serums Gain Momentum; HD Eyebrows Sound Intense

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MAKEUP
• The popularity of Latisse has paved the way for a slew of cheaper, over-the-counter lash-growing formulas. Since these non-prescription versions haven’t undergone the same testing, some doctors worry that users may experience side effects. [NYT]

HAIR
• Nicki Minaj debuted a new, color-tipped wig this week, this time fading from orange to white. [Girls in the Beauty Dept./Glamour]

Luisa Bianchin wore fluffy teased hair and a white hat in Charles David’s latest campaign. [Design Scene]

• "HD" eyebrows are gaining momentum in the U.K. The grooming procedure involves dye, wax, threading, trimming, and tweezing all in one session. Ouch. [Racked]

SKIN
• Sisley is introducing its first-ever men's product this March — a $265 all-in-one skin serum available in either a gel or cream formula. The product was designed specifically to target men's skin, which, according to Sisley, is thicker, oilier, and more acidic than women’s skin. [WWD]

HOW-TO
• Glamour.com has some tips on how to give yourself an at-home hair treatment using Champagne — which you’ll probably have a lot of this weekend. [Girls in the Beauty Dept./Glamour]