Eyebrow Lift

What is an Eyebrow Lift?

An Eyebrow lift is a procedure to lift the eyebrow. This can be done through an upper eyelid incision, directly at the brow itself or within the hairline. Often it forms part of the surgery to improve the hooding of the eyelid as sometimes lifting the eyebrow helps improve the skin excess on the eyelids.

Woman receiving cosmetic injections into middle of brows

Frequently Asked Questions

An eyebrow lift, also known as a brow lift or forehead lift, is a cosmetic procedure to raise and reposition the eyebrows and forehead tissues for a more youthful appearance. It can be done through traditional, endoscopic, or temporal methods, depending on the extent of sagging. This procedure aims to reduce wrinkles, furrows, and drooping skin, creating a smoother and more refreshed look. It’s an option for individuals with brow sagging, and consulting with a qualified cosmetic surgeon is essential to determine the best approach for your needs and discuss potential outcomes.

Possible side effects of an eyebrow lift can include:

  • Swelling and bruising that typically subside within a few weeks.
  • Discomfort, managed with pain medication.
  • Scarring, which is usually well-hidden but still present.
  • Rare risks like infection, numbness, or asymmetry.
  • Temporary hair loss or allergic reactions.


To minimize these risks, choose an experienced surgeon, follow pre- and post-op instructions, and maintain realistic expectations about the procedure’s outcome.

The duration of the results from a brow lift can vary depending on several factors, including the specific technique used, individual characteristics, and the agaeing process. On average, the effects of a brow lift can last anywhere from 5 to 10 years. However, it’s essential to keep in mind that this is a general estimate, and individual experiences may differ.

The longevity of your brow lift results can be influenced by factors such as:

  1. Surgical Technique: Different brow lift techniques offer varying degrees of longevity. Endoscopic brow lifts tend to have shorter-lasting results compared to traditional brow lifts, which involve more extensive tissue repositioning.
  2. Individual Variation: Factors such as genetics, skin elasticity, and lifestyle choices (e.g., sun exposure, and smoking) can affect how long your results last.
  3. Ageing Process: Over time, natural aging will continue to affect the appearance of the forehead and eyebrows. While a brow lift can significantly rejuvenate the area, it cannot stop the ageing process entirely.
  4. Maintenance: Some individuals choose to undergo touch-up procedures or maintenance treatments to prolong the results of their brow lift.


To maintain your brow lift results for as long as possible, it’s essential to follow post-operative care instructions provided by your surgeon and take steps to protect your skin from sun damage and maintain a healthy lifestyle. Regular follow-up appointments with your surgeon can also help monitor your results and determine if any additional treatments or adjustments are needed as time goes on.

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