Eyebrow lift with Botox
The most common form of eyebrow lift is brow lift with Botox. In this method, Botox applied to the middle area of the forehead relaxes the muscles in this area, while the side forehead muscles, which are not applied to Botox, pull the eyebrows up. In fact, brow lifting with Botox is caused by not applying Botox to the muscles that will lift. The result is the duration of the Botox effect.
Eyebrow hanging with rope (lifting)
In this method, the eyebrows are pulled up using some ropes placed under the skin. These ropes have permanent or absorbable States. This method has been abandoned by many surgeons today. Because, due to the possibility of returning to its former state in a short period of time, rope foreign body reactions and asymmetry are not preferred today.