Longer Fuller Natural Lashes

Thank you to Rory for sponsoring this blog post. All experiences and opinions are my own.

I have been using lash extensions for a longer fuller lashes look but decided to research ways to make my own natural lashes appear thicker. That is when I came across Latisse at Rory. I had no Idea that I could get a prescription lash enhancer straight from a doctor in the comfort of my own home!


Are you asking yourself the same questions I was? How can I make my eyelashes longer and thicker? What makes your lashes grow? Upon researching these topics I came across Latisse, a (bimatoprost ophthalmic solution) 0.03% is the first and only FDA-approved treatment to grow eyelashes for people with sparse or thin lashes (the medical term is eyelash hypotrichosis).

Unlike fake lashes or lash extensions, Latisse grows your own natural lashes! It is super easy to use, takes less than 30 seconds to apply, and costs less than $3 per day through Rory!


Latisse can only be obtained with a prescription meaning the key to longer fuller lashes is through a doctor, but who has time for making an appointment and waiting in a doctor’s office? HelloRory.com makes it convenient to get a Latisse prescription from your phone or computer, if approved by a doctor. This saves you time and energy.

No spending a whole day in the waiting rooms or pharmacy! They offer free 2-day shipping so you can get your prescription quick. You will have free, on-going access to a doctor for follow-up medical questions. Can Rory be more convenient?


I love how my Latisse arrived in this super cute reusable RX Rory bag. It was also very convenient that Rory offers both 3ml for new Latisse users and 5ml for maintaining lash growth.

I took my before below and can’t wait to update you all with my after shots in the coming weeks!

Want to try Latisse through Rory? Click here and head on over to their site to snag your prescription for $20 OFF!

Safety information on Latisse®


Disclosure: Safety information on Latisse® Latisse is FDA approved for the treatment of thin or not enough eyelashes (eyelash hypotrichosis). Do not use Latisse if you are pregnant, possibly pregnant, or breastfeeding, if you are allergic to Latisse or its ingredients, or if you have glaucoma or are currently using medicated drops for glaucoma. Latisse may cause brown darkening of the colored part of the eye (iris) which is likely permanent or eyelid skin darkening which may be reversible. If discontinued, lashes gradually return to previous appearance. For more risk information, please see the important safety information here

Hi! I'm Alexandra

I am an entrepreneur, author, and mom of 3 from Memphis, Tennessee. I fill my days pursuing the dream of being my own boss as a full time influencer and sensory marketing specialist while spending my evenings playing superheros, helping with homework, making dinner, and tucking in my littles.

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