In general, compared to the female eyelid, the male upper eyelid should be left relatively fuller, heavier, and with slightly greater skin redundancy. Raising the eyelid crease (break point) and over-sculpting the upper eyelid are sure ways to feminize the male eyelid and face. Heavy brow fat, skin, and muscle should generally not be left hanging out toward the ear, but in a female eyelid, this area is usually much more tightly sculpted. These rules, however, can be purposefully bent or broken, if a person wishes to gently soften an overly hard male face or bring strength to an overly effeminate woman’s face.
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