Crow's Feet say you're Happy
Beauty Cred on 18 Sep 2008 at 8:42pm
The next time you notice your crow's feet, you might just see them in a different light. How? They might be showing everyone how happy you are.
At least that's what Elle magazine in their September issue is trying to say when it featured a recent study conducted by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons. The results revealed that photoshopping crow's feet INTO a picture of a young subject's eyes doubled the viewers' perception of her happiness.
The study also indicated that the more space there is between your eyebrows and eyelashes, the more tired you might appear. (Note to self: Keep the plucking in check.) What's interesting about this, as an abstract from the study reveals, is that, "Surprisingly, simulating the skin resection of an upper anti-wrinkle product or two to try. RealSelf.com readers have shared a mixed bag of opinions on Youthology 90 Second Wrinkle Removing Eye Serum I haven't tried that one yet, but I did recently review NeoCutis Lumiere Bio-Restorative Eye Cream and found that it did help plump things out a bit--plus, it provided moisturization that lasted longer than a split second.