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Wimpy Brows and Lashes

Changing hormones can make eyebrows and lashes sparse. Years of over-tweezing damage the eyebrow follicles, making it harder for hairs to grow back.

At home: Jeannie Mai, makeup expert for TLC's "10 Years Younger," suggests this trick for covering thin spots: Use a small-angled brush to fill in with soft strokes of pressed eye shadow in a shade that matches your hair color. False lashes are another option. "I put them on when I'm having a tired day, and it makes a huge difference," says Amanda Sanders of New York Image Consultants.

At the doc's: Ask your doctor about Latisse (bimatoprost), an Rx solution used to treat glaucoma that's also approved by the FDA to stimulate eyelash growth.

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