The Eyes Have It – Three Ways to make Yours More Beautiful

A survey shows that 70 percent of men notice a woman's eyes first..

A survey shows that 70 percent of men notice a woman’s eyes first.

A recent survey confirmed something we here at Parkway Plastic Surgery suspected all along – when it comes to attraction, the eyes have it. Researchers conducting the survey questioned 1,000 men about the first features they notice on women they consider attractive.

The results shows that a full 70 percent of guys say they notice a woman’s eyes before any other physical trait. In second place was a woman’s smile, which can play into her eyes, as well. To help make sure your eyes have that fetching quality, we’ve got three solutions: -

  1. Eyelid surgery: Drooping upper eyelids and puffy bags beneath the eyes can add years to your look, making you look significantly older, or simply tired. Expertly performed eyelid surgery, also called blepharoplasty, can enliven your look by removing or redistributing fat pockets, excess skin and muscle tissue surrounding your eyes. Expression muscles (those used when expressing emotions) can strengthened to smooth muscles and add tone.
  2. Botox: Frown lines between the eyebrows and crow’s feet around the eyes can leave you looking tired, stressed or even angry, not to mention aged. A top solution is Botox¬© Cosmetic, an FDA-approved injectable that relaxes facial muscles, limiting their ability to over-emote. This leaves you with a smoother, younger, refreshed look.
  3. Latisse: Batting your eyelashes is a whole lot more effective when they’re long, full and gorgeous. That’s easy with Latisse, a prescription solution that has proven highly effective for millions of women. In clinical studies, participants reported that their eyelashes became 18 percent darker, 25 percent longer and 106 percent fuller.

Make sure your eyes are telling the story you want to tell – that of a youthful, vibrant and healthy woman. Call 904-396-1186 to schedule a consultation with Parkway Plastic Surgery today.