Q. How can I achieve a Botox brow lift? I went to a medi-spa recently because I have hooded eyelids and really wanted a brow lift. She basically injected all around my upper forehead and also right above the tail end of my brows. Will this give me my desired effect? Last time I didn’t have this Botox placement. I had my 11’s done and also my whole upper forehead and it actually made my brows sag, so this time she did it a new way.
A. Botox is an art and a science. Those injectors who understand the anatomy of the muscles and the dynamic roles they play in creating expression and wrinkles are those who will provide a better outcome for you.
Lateral brow position is a ying / yang between the Frontalis muscle and the orbicularis muscle along the tail of the brow.
The brow arch and medial brow elevation or descent, “11’s”, bunny lines, forehead furrows and other wrinkles and folds are a play in other muscles the injector must observe and be as precise as possible in their injection technique.
I hope this is helpful. Choose your injector carefully.