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- 23 Jan 2019
There are many things that cause droopy or puffy eyelids. Ptosis is the primary cause when the droopiness is due to weak or poorly functioning upper eyelid muscles. It is usually congenital but can also come about from nerve damage or injury, muscle weakness due to ageing, and some chronic conditions. If you fit this […]Read More
- 21 Dec 2018
Eyelid surgery is often the only way to permanently solve eye bags, circles under the eyes, and drooping eyelids. These conditions develop naturally with age, but various surgical procedures, known collectively as blepharoplasty, can resolve them quickly and in many cases permanently. The skin around the eye is especially delicate, making blepharoplasty a more difficult […]Read More
- 09 Nov 2018
Medical Treatments Under-eye bags are generally a cosmetic issue and do not require medical treatment. Certain lifestyle changes and at-home remedies can reduce the appearance of puffiness under the eyes. However, there are medical (including surgical) treatments that can eliminate swelling if it is a significant concern to you. Keep in mind your treatment may […]Read More
- 17 Oct 2018
The topic of eyelids seems to be quite intriguing to us, Singaporeans, the majority of whom struggle with the single lid type for years before we eventually go under the knife. Many Asians altogether aspire to have that additional crease which makes for a complete look. But we can’t “grow” one because, well, physical characteristics […]Read More
This post will dig into the basics of ptosis. What does the condition entail? Who does it affect and is it treatable? These are some of the questions we will answer below. Make sure you read this through. What is Ptosis? The medical term ptosis describes an eye condition in which the upper lid becomes […]Read More
- 09 Jan 2018
Ptosis Surgery – What is Ptosis? Ptosis is an eye condition described as the drooping of the upper eyelid, and can affect one or both eyes. Due to the obstruction caused by the drooping upper eyelid, part of an individual’s vision will be obstructed, preventing clear sight. In Singapore, ptosis is actually quite a common […]Read More
Double eyelids are a sought-after feature in Singapore.
Why? Because it makes the eyes look BIGGER, more expressive and soulful looking. As the saying goes, the eyes are the windows to the soul. Hence, we Asians are always finding ways to enhance our eyes – be it via make-up, surgery, wearing big contact lenses or via eyelash extensions. If you want to learn more about the various methods and tricks to enhance your eyes, you’re in the right place!!
What is a double eyelids procedure?
Also called blepharoplasty, a plastic surgeon creates a fold in the upper eyelid to form a crease. This is done for people who have monolids or unsymmetrical eyelids or have light vague creases. There are 2 main methods to achieve this – either via a SCARLESS method or via a CUTTING method. In general, such techniques have improved greatly so that there are quicker recovery times and little to no pain (if the surgeon gives you sedation). An eyelid procedure gives natural looking and lasting results. i.e. you don’t need to rely on the eyelid stickers and makeup to have the big eye look.
But of course, not everyone may be ready to get the surgery done. It is a good idea to experiment with stickers and makeup first. Why? Because this helps you to understand what kind of crease you like, the profile, the shape, etc. All this will need to be communicated to the surgeon when you want surgery so…. always start by being sure its WHAT YOU WANT. Read more about getting a double eyelid procedure.
I have double eyelids… but I still want it BIGGER. What can I do?
Yep, we all know how it is.. its there but its just not BIG enough huh! Well, worry not, for there is also a procedure available for this. Its called epicantoplasty and it’s very commonly performed in Asia especially Korea. In fact, I think there’s hardly a K-pop star who HASN’T got this procedure done!
It involves widening the inside of the eyes, and sometimes also the outside corners of the eyes so that the eyes appear bigger and more expressive. This combined with contact lenses will give you the ultimate doll-eye look that so many of us desire. Find out more about getting an epicantoplasty.
Are there any non-invasive ways available?
Yes, there are. Though not as permanent as a surgery, there are TONS of tricks and an innovative minimally invasive procedure we’ve come across. Find out more here.
A double-eyelid is commonly believed to be a vital thing to looking beautiful as a Singaporean woman.
However, being of SE Asian descent, many of us in Singapore are often born without one. This has given rise to a sort of wild craze in Singapore where every girl seeks the Korean beauty ideal standard and tries all ways and means to get
Cases of beautiful single eyelids
Having said that, we will go out on a leg and state here that the lack of double eyelids does not necessarily mean a girl isn’t beautiful. On the contrary, some girls simply look better without double eyelids than they do after get it.
The reason for that is because your eyes must not only look nice on their own but add to the overall appearance of your face as well. Men will usually be a better judge of this so don’t be shy, ask them for their honest opinion. You
might be surprised at their replies. Getting your double eyelids Nonetheless, for those of you who still believe that double eyelids can strongly enhance your appearance,
Read on for the various methods, tips and maybe even a secret or 2 about double eyelids in Singapore.
Various Double Eyelid Sizes
Comparing double eyelid heights in Singapore
- Inner Double Eyelids – Natural and beautiful. Celebrities like Wong Li Lin are a good example.
- Double Eyelids – The biggest eyes Singaporeans can get naturally.
- Caucasian Eyelids – A favourite among bloggers and performers who want doll-like eyes.