The brows and forehead which contribute significantly to an individual’s expressions are often the first areas of the face to show signs of ageing. This leads to a descent of the eyebrows.
As the eyebrows drop the forehead compensates by raising the eyebrows. This generates horizontal wrinkles across the forehead. With the eyebrows in the ideal position the forehead doesn’t have to work as hard and therefore these wrinkles improve.
Vertical wrinkles appear between the eyebrows as frown lines and can make people appear angry or upset when they are not. These muscles can be weakened at the same time as surgery to improve the frown.
Mr Athanassopoulos understands that a brow must not be over elevated and the tail should always sit above the centre. Too much elevation can create a surprised unnatural look.