The cat-eye look refers to the upper outer edge of the eye tilted slightly up and elongated – like a cat. This cat-eye look creates a more almond shape of the eye. It suggests a more seductive aesthetic. Furthermore, it goes back to Egyptian times. Cleopatra’s cat-eye look to creates her most memorable and distinctive appearances.
Botox alone strategically placed can elongate the cat-eye temporarily. However, not as profoundly and permanently is a combination of lateral canthoplasty. Furthermore, this repositions the tissue of the upper and lower eyelid ligaments. It creates a slightly higher position on the bony orbital rim. In conjunction with a lateral brow lift. Which if done properly can tilt the lateral brow upward as well.
It suggested that in conjunction with the surgical procedures Botox and fillers may be used to create the best cat-eye look. The so-called ponytail left refers to these combinations of procedures that is surgical and nonsurgical. Also, It addresses two the forehead and the lateral eyelid area to achieve the intended result.
The term is not a mid or lower facelift. This is the more traditional face and neck lift. And, I’ve had success with achieving some degree of elevation with nova threads in a combination of fillers and Botox. Keep in mind that the cat-eye look although originated in Egypt became popular in the 1920s. Furthermore, it is now becoming popular again as many of the makeup and fashion trends are recycled.