20 thoughts on “Considering blepharoplasty of my left eyelid

  1. Anonymous says:

    god speed to you, anon. I don’t have any insight to give, but also considering lower blepharoplasty for my eye bags. it has been a life long insecurity and I started entertaining the thought recently that, "why don’t i actually do something about if I have the means to?"

    • Anonymous says:

      Thanks, mine too. It’s relatively cheap and safe surgery that I was considering for years. I couldn’t find any really bad results so I will just go on with with very high probability.

    • Anonymous says:

      I read about it, but long term not a good solution as it can stretch your skin even further. Neither is the surgery really long term, but it’s kinda drag to look like you are after a stroke when tired.

    • Anonymous says:

      not sure, as it is partly a muscle problem, also an excess skin. however, this is a condition that is variably visible depending on how tired I am. Well rested, you wouldn’t tell. neither can some of my close relations, or not to the point they would consider it an issue.

  2. Anonymous says:

    I have the same thing, ever so slightly not as bad. I didn’t notice it my entire life until a few months ago. Who cares?

  3. Anonymous says:

    The only solution is to have a nice day. I’m sorry OP, but you have to commit suicide. There realistically is absolutely no other option available to you. Truth be told, this is the single method out of this hell you find yourself in, one eye being naturally a tad more open than the other. You have to hecking have a nice day.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Honestly OP, it’s the kind of tiny flaw that gives faces character, not something to sit around worrying about or seeking surgery for

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