“The eyes are the window to your soul.” Throughout history, that quote, or a variation of it, is attributed to many, emphasising the importance your eyes have when making a strong first impression. Whether it’s thin lashes or weak brow lines, Dr. Jack Hensel, Jr. and the team at Lowcountry Plastic Surgery Center in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina can help with the impression you make. Call the office or book an appointment online today.
Some studies show that women take time equivalent to two weeks annually to fix their hair and makeup, and for many women, much of that time is spent exclusively on their eyes. Perhaps you’ve found yourself addressing the same aspects of your look daily. Mascara, brows, eyeliner, and eye shadow are all common points of attention.
Lowcountry Plastic Surgery Center has its own onsite “eye center,” the Charleston Microblading, Lash, Brow & Botox Bar, concentrating on the services that improve the appearance of your eyes and the area around them. Treatments can reduce the time you spend getting ready in the morning, whether through appearance improvements or through semi-permanent cosmetics. Non-invasive aesthetic treatments include:
If you’re tired of working on your eyebrows, with hours spent plucking, lining, and filling in, microblading may be a shortcut that leads to long-term time savings and consistency for your brow appearance. The technique itself is a type of tattooing, but one that places ink just under your skin’s surface. This creates the appearance of natural lashes in a semi-permanent way that requires only periodic touch-ups on an annual, or semi-annual, basis.
You can choose the overall shape of your brows, as well as thickness. Colors are matched to your natural hair and skin shade, creating a look that requires only a minimum of regular upkeep.
Two of the primary treatment areas for Botox Cosmetic injections are the crow’s feet beside your eyes and the worry lines between your brows. The primary effect of Botox injections stops the semi-permanent contractions of the muscles under the skin at these locations, which create the deep lines and folds associated with these locations.
Latisse is the first treatment approved by the Food and Drug Administration for the treatment of eyelash variations. While results vary between patients, Latisse typically improves the length, thickness, and darkness of your eyelashes, creating a more luxurious appearance naturally, without mascara or other eye cosmetics. Latisse may not be for everyone, so discuss its suitability with a Lowcountry Plastic Surgery Center professional.