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DIY lash tinting is all over Instagram, but dermatologist Dr. Sonia Batra shares that this is a bad idea. It’s supposed to tint your lashes and last for about a month, but Dr. Batra says that you are opening yourself up to chemical burns so close to your eyes with a non-FDA approved dye. Plus, they now sell microneedle patches for all types of issues like wrinkles, acne, and dark spots. Dermatologist Dr. Sonia Batra put these to the test herself and she highly recommends them.