I’m 38. I have some frown lines on my forehead and between my eyebrows, though I don’t feel that they’re yet that horrible that I need to consider surgery. However, what I would really like to have fixed is one of my eyes as the eyebrow has becoming increasingly more droopy over the years. It’s now a big difference between my two brows and the droopy one goes over my eyelid. Is this something that can be fixed with a brow lift or would an eyelid lift be more appropriate? Are there any less invasive, non-surgical alternatives that would lift my droopy brow?
Botox can provide mild brow elevation without surgery. If you have such a difference between the two sides, sometimes just raising or lowering one with it can help. It sound as though you need a browlift which will be more definitive. You need to realize though that you will always likely have a difference between the two sides.