Italy is a beautiful country and that beauty extends to its endless landscapes, its blue sky and to the romanticism that affects us in thousands of little ways every day.
Even the tiniest details, the unusual things you find in hidden corners and secluded places, are beautiful. But what makes it really beautiful is the people, women whose features and figures change from north to south, and men with that typical Italian charm. So why not devote some time and attention not only to beauty in general, but also to the little details that we often neglect when it comes to our faces? I mean those little area that change frequently as we grow older and which we accept as inevitable but which can actually be strongly influenced. Let’s look at them together.
Our eyebrows are positioned directly above our eyes to protect them against atmospheric agents, particularly the rain. An eyebrow is divided into three parts, head, body and tail and, unfortunately, it ages, just like the rest of our face. So? Despite being a small area it can have a big effect on our overall appearance, tending to collapse, droop and cast a shadow over our upper eyelid as time goes by. Fortunately, however, this can be corrected using several medical techniques, such as reinforcement with dedicated hyaluronic acid, opening up the whole eye area by giving the eyebrow a gull wing shape with a few drops of Botox (available in Italy as Azzalure, Vistabex, Bocouture), using threads to lift it, or surgically lifting the eyebrow. Whatever your choice, the results will be surprising, even though this small area may seem insignificant. What else? I can’t reveal everything all at once, but next time, we’ll talk about temples and cheekbones, two other small areas which are often quick to show signs of age, but which we can correct with just a few simple treatments. See you soon!