THE LAB: BOTOX ALTERNATIVE – Pat McGrath-Style Floral Garden Forehead

Welcome to our first installment in THE LAB! We know there’s nothing more frustrating than feeling like a knock-out foxy-fox, only to glance in the mirror and see your face rapidly melting away. You are, of course, still gorgeous, but your body wants to make sure you are no longer luring young people out of the 20’s dating pool and into your web of maturity.

Fortunately for us, scientists have invented potions to plump our skin and smooth our lines. UNfortunately, those methods can be costly. In THE LAB, we’re dedicated to not only testing some of what science has to offer, but also creating new solutions where science – and our pocketbooks – have failed us.

In today’s Botox Alternative we’re drawing inspiration from makeup genius Pat McGrath:

Pat McGrath for Givenchy Pat McGrath for Givenchy

Okay so less like a “garden” and more like a “terrifying ruffled alien warrior” face, but no matter. The sentiment is the same. She glues out-of-the-ordinary stuff to faces, and no doubt there are all sorts of things hiding under her intricate designs. Things like beautiful teenage model faces. But that does not apply here. No, here in the HOITO LAB, we’re only interested in hiding one thing: WRINKLES. And we happen to know that you can hide A LOT of wrinkles under a handful of fake flowers.


Watch our in-depth FLORAL GARDEN FOREHEAD tutorial to learn how you can look 10 years younger in a matter of minutes. You won’t want to miss Veronica’s reaction when she sees the results!

5 thoughts on “THE LAB: BOTOX ALTERNATIVE – Pat McGrath-Style Floral Garden Forehead”

  1. Wow. I have used the Somaluxe Rapid Line Filler twice now and I can already tell a difference in my skin texture. I can already tell a major improvement in my lines (coming from a botox professional here). and an improvement in my skin tone. I can’t wait to see if it helps with my discoloration and fine lines. Amazon definitely sells this cheaper than the drug store.

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