The ‘Boy Brow’ trend – How To Achieve Natural, Defined, Youthful Brows

In this week’s Q&A I am going to talk about the trend for the ‘Boy Brow’.

Whatever age you are, you should always avoid an over- arched brow. It’s a look which is ageing and tends to look contrived and odd which is why I’ve been recommending a more natural brow shape to my patients for years. The ‘low arch brow’ or ‘boy brow’, as championed by celebrities is a simple treatment that allows you to achieve a lovely attractive defined brow that looks natural and youthful at the same time.

Find out more about the ‘Boy Brow’ trend in the video below:

Will This Treatment Give Me A Natural Lift?

In the past injecting muscle relaxants into the brow was good for smoothing lines and wrinkles but it often gives a contrived, over elevated look. However, I have spent the last few years trying to replicate very natural, soft, beautifully elevated brows.

How Do I Know If This Treatment Is Right For Me?

To ensure the ‘Boy Brow’ is the right treatment for you it’s important to assess your face individually. We will then deliver a relatively low dose of muscle relaxant that is spread very evenly over your brow taking into account asymmetry, eye shape and features. This way we can tailor-make your treatment to give you a smooth, soft elevated, natural looking brow.

Will This Treatment Work For Mature Patients?

For more mature patients or those who just want more of a ‘lid lift’ where the top lid is becoming lax or heavy, we can use a combination of techniques for best results. For example, we can use skin tightening treatments such as Ultherapy ultrasound or Thermage Eyes to give a more balanced lift all over the brow and lift the top eyelid as well.

If you would like to find out more about the “Boy Brow” read Tracy’s Nip Tuck column here, or please call us on 0203 319 3637 (London Clinic) or 01753 646 660 (Buckinghamshire Clinic). Or you can email: info@cosmeticskinclinic.com.

*DISCLAIMER Patient experience and results may vary. These are dependent on a number of factors such as lifestyle, age and medical history.

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