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A blepharoplasty is a procedure that is associated with removal of the
skin from the upper eyelids and removal of the fat from the lower
eyelids. The word "bleph" implies
eyelids. A blepharoplasty is normally done by identifying the crease on
either upper eyelids and then marking the redundant skin to be removed.
Of course, this must also take in to consideration the weight of the
tissues that may be added by the eyebrows. Once the excess tissue is
removed, the eyelid crease is much more visible,
the person can see much better and appears to have much more wide-open
eyes. There is a distinct difference between the eyelid crease and the
amount of tissue to be removed in a man and a woman. In a man's eyes we
expect to have a small amount of residual tissue on the upper eyelids and
a very small eyelid crease. In a woman, we perceive beauty as having
deep-set eyes and a very large crease on which makeup may be applied. See
the other information on eyebrows to also learn about the correct
structural appearance of the eyebrows.