Recurrent lateral brow hooding is one of the most common issues I see for consultation after failed forehead lift. The problem is that unlike the central forehead were the frontalis muscle helps lift the eyebrow after the forehead lift, there is no lateral lifting muscle. BOTOX in the crows feet area does weaken the lateral eyebrow depressors and this does decrease the brow hooding.
Ultimately, the best fix is a revisional forehead with removal of hair bearing scalp above the ears. This should have bee done at the time of your forehead lift. Unfortunately some surgeons do not understand that a small excision of scalp is needed to permanently raise the lateral eyebrow hood. Instead they attempt to suture the elevated brow to the deeper structures and this does not hold up long term. The good news is that when you are ready, a revisional forehead lift will give you a long term benefit and the fact that you had a prior forehead will not affect the success of the revisional procedure.