I'm a 19 year old female, and want to get a procedure done to make my eyes smaller. (Photo)
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Elongate eyes without surgery
- It is excellent that you do not want surgery,
- What you want is expert make-up advice.
- Have no injection or other treatment around your eyes until you are at least 23.
- There are risks and your facial anatomy will change.
- Kim Kardashian and all other stars and models are extensively photoshopped -
- She does not look in real life the way the photo looks.
- For fun, photoshop your own face to understand the 'lies' of modern celebrity photos.
The more elongated, upturned corners of the eyes can be achieved by a lateral canthopexy/canthoplasty.
However, the results are extremely unpredictable and can look quite unnatural, in most cases.
I would strongly suggest you NOT to consider that surgery.
A lot of "things" are done out there but that does not mean they accomplish what one wishes!
In the photo you have attached, your eyes could not look smaller! Yet you say you want your eyes to be smaller and more elongated. I would not take this at face value. A consultation is essential to really understand what you are looking for. A bit of advice: be very careful what you ask a surgeon, you might end up with it. Asking for a more elongated eye generally means lateral canthopexy or canthoplasty. These procedures are very unlikely to accomplish the goal of making the eyes look wider. Yes it can be done but that type of result is exceptional. Virtually any model whose eyes you show me that you like has never had eyelid surgery or services either. Kim is now an old lady compared to the average model who is probably 17 or 18 years of age, perhaps much younger.
To me your eyes look very heavy suggesting that you might have upper eyelid ptosis.
My advice is to be very careful with what you look for. Good luck out there.
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