The eyebrow has been a feature of beauty from times immemorial. They have been variously treated, tweezed, threaded and tinted by women. Eyebrows add dimension, symmetry and finding the right shape can enhance your appearance by framing your eyes.
Learn more about how to get the perfect eyebrow shape to suit your face.
Do I need an eyebrow lift?
An eyebrow lift is a cosmetic procedure done to change the shape of your eyebrow. You may opt for an eyebrow lift if your eyebrows are drooping, or too flat and you wish to create an esthetic arch for the brow.
What does the procedure involve?
You will have an initial consultation with the Dermatologist to define the objective of the treatment. Then the doctor will advise you to have Brow lift process with thread lift or with a combination of Threadlift and Neuromodulator.
How long does the procedure take? Will it be painful?
This is a simple procedure, however, you can avail of skin numbing cream to reduce the discomfort associated with the treatment.
When will I see the results?
The results are usually seen about a fortnight after the treatment, however, you may need more than one treatment to see full results.
I have too much hair growth between my brows, what can I do for the same?
The conventional methods of hair removal like threading/waxing or tweezing can damage the skin in the face. So you could opt for Laser Hair Reduction, which would reduce the thickness and the numbers of hair in this region.
I have thinning of eyebrows and eyelashes since 3 years. What could be the cause?
Thinning of eyebrows and eyelashes could be a symptom of underlying thyroid disease. Do meet your doctor who could advise you on the correct investigations and treatment. However, to bring back the hair, there are multiple peptide and prostaglandin solutions to enhance the growth of eyebrows and eyelashes. Do speak to Dr. Rasya Dixit to get an opinion on the same.
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The information provided in Dr. Dixit's answer is for educational purposes only and is not intended to constitute medical advice. The information provided should not be relied upon as a substitute for consultations with a qualified health professional who may be familiar with your individual medical needs.