Actress, New Yorker, and spokeswoman Claire Danes has been shilling for an eyelash enhancement product called Latisse (which you knew already), and she may not be able to save face from the selling out... like, literally. Page Six claims that the actress has suffered from the product's skin hyperpigmentation side effect—giving her purple and yellow coloring around her eyes that is allegedly "hard" to cover up. A source told the gossip column that "Danes' makeup artist has to plaster on concealer" to make her presentable.

Latisse, which is available by prescription, says that Danes continues to use the product, and say they haven't heard of her experiencing any problems. A rep for the actress told the paper, "Your claims are entirely false. We will pursue legal action if you print anything to the contrary. This story should be killed." Earlier this year, the NY Times reported on how Latisse was available without prescription—and in one instance, a woman had a "very dark purply" discoloration on her eyelids and under her eyes, "It looked like I hadn’t slept in a month. It was horrible.”

Aw, it's okay Claire, you're still "so beautiful, it hurts to look at you."