Our eyebrows also age, but because they are over muscle it is often less noticeable than lower face relaxation. The position of the brow is critical to give you an open and fresh look and should always be evaluated when considering any procedures associated with your upper face.
Aesthetically, the brow should have a club end towards the nasal, and an arch at the middle third of the brow with the tail of your brow at the same level as the club end. The muscles that act on the brow are quite dynamic. Since there is only one muscle that elevates your brows and 7 muscles that cause your brows to descend, it is not unusual to have drooping associated with the lateral part of your eyebrow. Elevating the brow back to an aesthetic position gives you a bright, natural appearance and decreases the wrinkling of your forehead at the same time You will even see better when your brows are lifted.