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Aesthetic and cosmetologist

Jeffrey E Schreiber, Navin K Singh, Stanley A Klatsky
BACKGROUND: Several studies have attempted to define the dimensions of an aesthetically pleasing eyebrow. However, these dimensions represent the views of plastic surgeons and cosmetologists, not necessarily the general public. We hypothesized that many patients who present to their plastic surgeon for periorbital rejuvenation actually want their eyebrows to be in a more natural position than was represented in the studies we surveyed. OBJECTIVE: A study was designed to define the dimensions of an aesthetically pleasing eyebrow from the perspective of the general public...
July 2005: Aesthetic Surgery Journal
F Blanco-Dávila
Ancient cultures were as preoccupied with the aesthetics of appearance as individuals are today. Dermabrasion for skin resurfacing has been performed with salt, pumice, ground grains, bone, and horn. Chemical peels have been performed with acids, metals, botanical extracts, or animal fats. Tattoos, ear piercing, makeup, skin treatments, and massages have existed for the past 5000 years. According to history, when the rise of more complex societies brought an ever-increasing demand for cosmesis, perfumers, cosmetologists, barbers, and gentlewomen became pioneers, undertaking and developing the cosmetic practices that had evolved through the ages...
March 2000: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
R M Freund, W B Nolan
This study correlates brow lift outcomes published in the plastic surgical literature with aesthetic criteria for ideal female eyebrow height and shape. Aesthetic criteria were determined by testing the opinions of 11 cosmetic surgeons and 9 cosmetologists. Eyebrow height and shape were altered with computer graphics to isolate those changes as the only variables of appearance. Plastic surgeons and cosmetologists preferred (p = 0.01) medial eyebrows below or at the supraorbital rim and disliked the medial eyebrow above the rim...
June 1996: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
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