It has long been known that looking beautiful is an integral part of our day-to-day survival. From Plato to Aquinas, and from Kant and beyond, beauty has traditionally been the ultimate standard of aesthetic quality. This supports the idea that when we look at something lovely, it gives rise to something pleasurable in us. When we stare at ourselves in the mirror, we feel happy when we see ourselves as beautiful. And in order to look attractive, we place a high price on keeping our faces at tiptop shape.
One of the facial features we never fail to scrutinize is our eyes. Eyes can have different functions in varying situations. To a young infant, recognizing his mom’s eyes can mean security, as it is the first facial detail he notices from her. As we begin to grow, it can be an important communication tool. Without the need for any physical gestures, we can send signals of our mood. In an instant, one can determine if we are feeling happy, sad, angry, or surprised, by merely looking at our eyes. As we grow older, they are the first to show signs of aging. Indeed, with the many things we owe our eyes, the least we can do is keep them looking amazing and gorgeous.
What do beautiful eyes mean to Asians?
Beautiful eyes have long been equated to bigger eyes. It follows that, when we want to keep them looking amazing and gorgeous, it also means we take care of their all-time partner: our eyelids. To most Asians like me, double eyelid folds are connected to gaining bigger eyes. Often, people try many different methods to achieve the most coveted double eyelids. About 50% of my fellow Asians have mono-lids. Such methods may include religious use of adhesives or tapes, to train the eyelids. That can have a small effect, but to someone who likes natural-looking lids that can survive for a long time, cosmetic eyelid surgeries can sound very appealing.
How can double eyelids be achieved by Asians?
In general, cosmetic eyelid surgeries cover a number of different types of procedures, but there is one that is sought exclusively by Asians: the double eyelid surgery. Asians naturally have different eyelids, so many choose this particular type of eyelid surgery. It is the most popular procedure requested by Asians when they seek aesthetic surgery to further enhance their beauty.
Where can I get Asian eyelid surgery?
Asian eyelid surgery is offered worldwide, but it is often best done in Asia, particularly South Korea. If done outside Asia, double eyelid surgery costs can be very expensive, and even the best surgeons in US can’t compare to the expertise of those found in South Korea. When you check the web for customer satisfaction, it is highest also when done by a South Korean surgeon. It is clear that South Koreans should be the number one choice when it comes to Asian double eyelid fold surgery.
Are you looking for a change in your life that can mean a new beautiful you? An Asian eyelid surgery can just be the answer. An hour of surgery can make a huge difference in the way you look, all thanks to the simple reshaping of your eyelids.