Harry S. Hwang, MD, Jeffrey H. Spiegel, MD, FACS, the end result of “Single” vs “Double” Eyelids from the Perceived Attractiveness of Chinese Women, Aesthetic Surgical treatment Journal, amount 34, Issue 3, March 2014, Pages 374–382, https: //doi.org/10.1177/1090820X14523020
Background: A well-defined supratarsal crease has frequently been considered attractive, representing a substantial component in a lovely eyelid that is upper. About 50% of East and Southeast Asian women can be created with either a minor or missing eyelid crease that is supratarsal. Among folks of Chinese lineage, the creation of a supratarsal crease (“double” eyelid blepharoplasty) is considered the most common cosmetic surgical procedure, but no relative research has examined the height through which an top eyelid crease is regarded as many appealing and dependent on social back ground.
Goals: The writers assess exactly just exactly how attractiveness is interpreted by various social groups to find out whether double-eyelid blepharoplasty enhances attractiveness according to both Chinese and observers that are non-Chinese.
The photographs had been improved with computer imaging pc pc software to come up with 3 extra images, depicting low, moderate, and high upper eyelid creases for each model. Continuar leyendo «Practices: Facial photographs had been taken of 19 females of Chinese lineage.»