Are you fed up with your droopy eyebrows and other annoying aging signs? Or want to create an exotic look for your eyes? We’ve got a solution!
We all agree that every woman dreams of beautiful eyes and perfect eyebrows, and always looking for a treatment to get them. The cat-eye look of the famous model ‘Bella Hadid’ is on everybody’s ‘wish list’.
Isn’t it exciting that now you can achieve an attractive cat-eye look without surgery?
Over the years, we witnessed new trends in cosmetic surgeries but do you know a treatment that can do both, eyebrow lift and eye lift at the same?
That is where "Cat Eye Botox Brow Lift" jumps in and saves the day.
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What Causes Droopy Eyebrows?
Aging is the leading cause of droopy eyebrows. As we age, facial muscles become weakened which causes wrinkles and saggy brows. The droopy brows can also be the result of genetics and sun exposure.
Cat Eye Lift Botox vs Fox Eye Botox
Are you interested in knowing the difference between Cat eye and Fox eye Botox?
Both procedures focus on the corner of the eyes, they both create a slightly raised wing on the outer corner of the eyes. How is the Cat eye different from Fox's eye?
Fox eye Botox gives almond eye shapes by creating a straight wing and lifting the corner of eyebrows to create an illusion of Fox-eye, while Cat eye Botox creates a slight curve that gives a rounded effect and lifts eyebrows.
In most simples words we can say that:
‘Fox eye Botox focuses on both the outer and inner corner wings, whereas cat eye Botox lift focuses only on the outer portion of eyes’.
Cat Eye Botox Brow Lift
Cat eye Botox eyebrow lift is a non-surgical and non-invasive procedure and an effective way to treat wrinkles and aging signs around the eyes, it doesn’t only lift your eyebrows, it lifts your forehead as well.
If you want to give a little lift to your eyes you must consider cat-eye Botox brow lift, it involves injecting Botox (Botulinum toxin type A) units into your droopy brows and loose muscles around the eyes, it reshapes the outer corner where the eye-lid meets so-called ‘Lateral Canthus’ which helps to lift eyebrows.
Also, it repositions the loose tissues of upper and lower eyelid ligaments and creates a raised wing on the outer edge of the eyes that gives a perfect cat-eye look.
A Botox brow lift reduces the wrinkles and fine lines in the eye corner, it’s not a permanent solution for droopy eyebrows but it can give you results that last for a while.
Cat Eye Botox Brow Lift Before and After
The doctor injects Botox units in the depressors of the patient’s eyebrow, relaxes the muscles, and raises the eyebrow.
Here is a board-certified dermatologist Dr. Jason Emer performing a cat-eye Botox brow lift on a patient’s brow. You can see an amazing contouring transformation here:
Another Cat eye lift was done by Dr. Danial Groos. Here are the results of the eye botox lift for cat eyes.
Cat Eye Botox Recovery Time and Results
We all know Botox is a non-surgical solution to our dream look, it doesn’t involve any incisions so there’s no recovery time period and downtime. It improves the appearance of droopy eyebrows and creates the effect of rested eyes.
The whole procedure takes 20-30 minutes with quick results. You can see the results within a few days, these results aren’t permanent and you have to follow up the Botox treatment after 4-6 months, as the results will wear off. However, Botox brow lift can last you 3-6 months.
Side Effects of Botox around the Eyes
Botox is a safe procedure with minimal side effects. The complications and risks associated with Botox injections around the eyes are:
- Temporary slight swelling or bruising
- Eye dryness and itching
These are minimal side effects and will fade away after 2-3 days. But you can have severe side effects like droopy eyebrows, droopy eyelids, and double vision. If you’re thinking of a Botox brow lift then you must consult with a certified dermatologist or doctors, so that you can achieve the desired look without any risk of complications.
When do Botox side effects go away?
There are no severe side effects of Botox, but it involves mild or moderate side effects that can go away after 2-3 days or after one week. If you still feel any complications like pain and swelling after one week then you should look for a doctor.
Cat Eye Botox Brow Lift Cost
Botox is typically measured in units and a single unit of Botox costs around $10-$15. The whole treatment of Cat eye Botox can cost you about $600-$800. The cost depends on the units of Botox that is to be injected and your geographical location.
Who is a good candidate for a Botox brow Lift?
Anyone can have this treatment, from men to women who have heavy upper eyelids, saggy or low eyebrows, and who love strong windswept brows. Also, it can be performed on any eye shape to create the illusion of a cat-eye or fox-eye look.
Can you do a cat eye lift with Botox?
The perfect cat eye look can’t be achieved by Botox alone. No doubt Botox helps to get a cat eye lift but doctors combine Botox with other fillers and temporal brow lift to give a perfect cat-eye look.
How long does a Botox brow lift last?
A Botox brow lift can last 4-6 months, then you need touch-ups after every 6 months to maintain your natural and exotic look.
Can Botox lift the tail of the brow?
In short, yes, Botox lifts the tail of brows by injecting Botox units near the outer tail of eyebrows, it also lifts the droopy eyelids as well.
Now, you can get your dream look without worrying about surgeries. Botox is one of the popular techniques and well-known beauty secrets, you can achieve a younger appearance and rejuvenated effect at a much affordable cost without any plastic surgery.
Cat eye Botox brow lift tightens and repositions the ‘Lateral Canthus’ for a youthful and exotic appearance. If you have deep furrow lines, wrinkles, and droopy eyebrows you can certainly give it a try!