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Full Incisional Double Eyelid (Blepharoplasty + Epicanthoplasty) 5 Months Update

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Hi guys this about 5 months after surgery as you can see they look a lot more natural although you can still see some of the scaring, but I would say they look a lot better compared to a few months ago. I’m really happy with the results right now because my eyes look bigger and I think seven millimeter was the perfect width for me to choose and I hope it doesn’t go down anymore because if it gets any smaller I think that would be really sad.

Right now the width that I have I am really happy with and as you can see my inner corners still have a little bit of scaring it’s not too obvious with makeup but you can still see that it’s there. With any kind of inner corner procedure you will get a lot more scaring just because the skin over there is more delicate.

I opted for the incisional method because the last time when I had the non-incisional method it was very stable and over one year it decreased a lot to the point where you couldn’t see it anymore. So I decided I just want to get the full incisional method so that they would be more permanent and as you can see here with makeup it looks very natural and you can see my makeup a lot better and I really love the way that it looks now.

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Quick Hack: How To Make Your Eyes Look Bigger

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Hi guys to start I’m going to use this Pur Minerals eye polish “suede”. It’s a really nice sparkly brown shade I’m just going to use this as a base and apply it all over my eyes. It doesn’t have to be clean we can clean this up later on. It comes with a plastic applicator and it’s very unique because it really gives off pretty Sheen without it being sticky or anything and or anything it dries super quickly as you can see here and again this step definitely doesn’t need to be super clean or anything we can go back and clean up the edges a little later.

The next thing I’m going to go in with is this urban decay vice for palette. It’s so beautiful just looking at the packaging you already know that it’s going to be a colorful palette. Ok guys prepare the dye as I open this. Ready, set, go now look at these colors are you not amazed they’re so beautiful and pigmented, but the only thing is that it’s missing a dark black or dark brown to create a smoky eye.

But i like the palate regardless for the sake of the video we’re using that color that was just there in the corner and I’m going to apply this all over the crease area and kind of blending that eye polish that we put on earlier so that the edges aren’t so harsh. And I’m just using the brush that came in the palette it’s not the best but it gets the job done. I’m using a lot of browns and neutrals for this eye lid to naturally open up the eyes and create shadow and contrast as you can see here. I’m just using one shade of shadow and blending that from dark to light and feathering it out as I go towards the outside of my eye and then I’m going to use that dark brown shade and just focus on the outer V and concentrating the collar towards the line where my crease is.

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How to get rid of eye folds on the inner corner?

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I’m of Asian descent 21 years old. Now I want to get rid of these eye folds that are covering my inner corner when I pierce the skin between them they disappear and it looks better when I take a photo. I don’t like the eye folds because they ruin every good picture. Is there any way other than eye surgery? I just want to get rid of the folds.

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Thank you for your question you state in your question that you are 21 years old and that you, the inner corner of your eyes bother you in a way that you feel ruined every picture. And in the photo you actually pinched the space between your nose, over the bridge of your nose to expose more of the inner corner. And you feel like that’s the goal and you want to clearly learn more about your options. Well I can certainly provide you with some guidance. I’m board certified cosmetic surgeon and fellowship trained plastic and reconstructive surgeon. Prior to seeing in Manhattan and long Island for over 20 years and Asian eye lid surgery is an area of expertise in my practice and we treat patients who come to us from around the world.

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