Droopy eyebrows

There is nothing like thick, well-drawn eyebrows to give the face structure and bring out the eyes. No eyebrow is the same. They can be straight, rounded, pointed, thick, thin… This area of the face is the centre of our emotions, both positive and negative, and therefore continuously moving and is not spared from skin aging.

The forehead is often one of the first areas of the face to show the effects of passing time. Horizontal wrinkles appear on the forehead and can begin forming in your twenties. The forehead can begin to sag shortly after. The wrinkles above and around the eyebrows (crow’s feet) are expression lines, caused by repetitive movements of the forehead, like when frowning or raising our eyebrows.

The fat pad under our eyebrows disappears over time. So as we get older, the structure of our eyebrows collapses and they tend to sink. The surrounding skin and muscles age and the skin loses its elasticity and suppleness.

The sagging of the eyebrows and the wrinkles around the eyebrows changes our appearance making us seem sadder and less open. Our expression sometimes seems disinterested, disenchanted, even angry. This phenomenon also causes sagging eyelids, which shrivel up and weigh down on the eyes, even reducing the field of vision.

Furthermore, heredity, stress, lack of sleep, alcohol consumption, and smoking are factors that, like a very expressive face, will lead to sagging eyebrows or wrinkles around the eyebrows.

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