Cyprus Facial Surgery


Foxy Eyes Thread Lift

Foxy Eyes Thread Lift

Foxy Eyes using lifting threads. The procedure is non-surgical and is done by a plastic surgeon or dermatologist, with a local injectable anesthesia. The eyebrows and the outer edge of the eyes are repositioned using lifting threads.



How do you get foxy eyes?

Here are the most common ways to become the owner of the “foxy look”. Blepharoplasty is a plastic surgery that involves the eye incision changing by removing excess skin or fat. Usually this procedure is used to correct the shape of the overhanging eyelid or rejuvenation.

The “fox eye challenge” is a social media trend inspired by famous women, including model Bella Hadid and actress Megan Fox, who have almond-shaped eyes lifted at the outer corners to smouldering effect.

How long does a fox eye lift last?

The treatments will last between 1 and 2 years depending on your natural metabolism.

Get that snatched Fox-Eye look

The Fox-Eye Thread-lift (also known as Cat-Eye Thread-lift) is a quick, minimally invasive, no downtime, relatively pain free procedure performed in office.

The Fox Eye Thread-lift is a quick and relatively painless done in office in 15-20 minutes. Minimal downtime, go back to your daily routine 1-2 days post procedure. Premium TGA approved threads placed by expert Thread-lift doctors.

The “foxy eye” cosmetic surgery trend has officially exploded. A surgeon shares everything you need to know about nabbing “designer eyes”.

What’s involved in a "fox eye" treatment?

If you’re looking to change the shape of your eyes, there are two different approaches that can be used: a non-invasive option and an invasive (surgical) option. “Non-invasive involves the injection of fillers and fat at the outer edge to elevate the brow,” explains Dr Neo. He says the use of fillers has become a popular option, as it creates a temporary aesthetic change that can last up to two years.

On the other end of the spectrum lies the surgical options. Blepharoplasty is the official name for plastic surgery involving the eyes, and it involves removing excess skin or fat to rejuvenate or correct the shape of the eyes. Dr Neo says for some patients, a brow lift is the best option. “In the 25 to 40 age-group, some women want a temporal brow lift (for those that have a “heavy forehead”) – but this requires a surgical option. Therefore, you need to take great care as this is a permanent option. I always advise patients that trends are temporary, so it’s ideal to choose a look that will personally suit you for a long time.”

Who is the best candidate for "designer eyes"?

It’s important to keep in mind that these types of procedures aren’t exactly one-size-fits-all, and Dr Neo says the type of approach used to obtain a certain aesthetic eye look all comes down to the individual patient. “When it comes to women like the Kardashian/Jenner girls, their ethnic origin is Armenian and therefore they often have deep set eyes, and a fairly natural low medial brow and a high arched lateral brow to start with. They have minimal fat in their orbit (eye socket). And their skin tends to have a higher degree of collagen which makes them ideal candidates for having filler,” explains Dr Neo.

“However, European women with Anglo Saxon heritage have skin that tends to lose collagen earlier, therefore the filler option doesn’t always produce the same seamless finish. Surgical options tend to best suit them,” says Dr Neo. “For patients who require the surgical option, they must undergo an extensive consultation and both the patient and the surgeon need to be on the same page when it comes to the desired outcome.”

Dr Neo says everyone’s anatomy is different, and everyone’s face has a different shape, so the “fox eyes” look may not suit everyone. “Some people will show me a picture of how they want their eyes to look, however they don’t have the facial features to enable this look to work for them,” “It’s my job in these instances to say, “No. I understand you want this, but it’s not going to look the way you want it to”. I can recommend other options to give them something close to the look, but in a non-invasive fashion using filler and then it’s not permanent.”