What did Kylie Jenner do to get arched eyebrows? (photos)
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When carefully planned with the anatomy and size of the patient's musculature in mind, if a patient desires, Botox (or Dysport or Xeomin) can be placed in a manner to subtly shape the brows.
Kylie Jenner Eyebrows
As many people may assume, a lot of plastic surgery and injectables were involved in the evolution of Kylie Kenner's face and body. To know for sure, we would need to discuss with her or her surgeon. Since this isn't possible, we can only guess. Firstly, her expression in the second picture in different, she seems to be arching it purposely. Botox can give you a similar peak if done correctly. Secondly, lip injections were clearly done as well. And finally, there may have been some weight loss as well as cheek fillers to enhance further.
If you are looking for a similar look, be sure to always consult with a board certified plastic surgeon.
She appears to have had multiple treatments
She also appears to have more cheek fullness, a less narrow jaw and fuller lips.
There may have been some weight loss between the pictures.
As previously mentioned, she may also be holding a slightly different expression in the second picture.
Some of the changes could be achieved with a combination of Botox and fillers, though her changes are quite striking, and perhaps there was some surgical intervention as well.
Best of luck,
Mats Hagstrom, M.D.
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A combination of things
Unfortunately, we do not know what was actually done
what was actually done and therefore it is not possible to give you an exact
answer here. I would suggest that if your are contemplating anything
similar that you consult with a board-certified dermatologist or plastic
surgeon or the equivalent in your country. Learn what is out there, what is
available, and work with the provider that will give you the best possible
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