High Eyebrow Arch Reduction
- Asked by john drummer in California
- 2 years ago
I am a male with high eyebrow arches. I have never had a botox treatment. I would like to reduce the arch on my brows to give a more masculine look. I have thought about this quite a lot and am ready to give myself the confidence I deserve. All I have heard of is brow lifts. Is it possible to bring down my brow arch with any type of procedure?
You certainly have a problem that is the opposite of most. Botox to relax the muscle above the brow should bring it down a little. It's quick and easy and doesn't burn any bridges if you don't like the effect.
As you have probably guessed raising the brow is more popular than lowering but both can be done. To lower the brow, Botox can be strategically placed as to lessen the pull of the forehead muscle, thus lowering the arch.
You ask a difficult question.. Weakening the liffter muscle with Botox or Dysport might help but, it be trickey. M y suggestion is leave the alone. There isn't that much of a problem
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