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In life, these are often described as the key to expression and personality.

The Eyes

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Reveal little but the interrelation of parts.

Closed Eyes

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These are directly responsible for the psysiognomical form of the closed eye.

Underlying Anatomical Structures

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Has a greater anterior projection than the lower and affords protection to the eye.

The Upper Rim of The Eyesocket

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Normally, the greatest projection of the upper eyelid does not quite touch an instrument laid across the upper and lover rims.

How The Upper Rim Protects The Eye

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Inferior and posterior to the medial end.

The Lateral End of The Eye

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In Profile:

  1. Supraorbital Area
  2. Superior Palpebra
  3. Inferior Palpebra

Surfaces Which Recede Convexly From The Eyebrow

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In profile, the _____ surface begins to project.

Cheek

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Shape of the lower and upper eyelids together ( in profile).

Almond

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Located on the lower third of the eyesocket.

Line of Closure of The Eyes

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Eyelashes

Cilia

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The lengths of hair are irregular.

Eyelash Hair Length

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There are thick and thin areas of hair in these.

Spacing of Eyelash Hair

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Occurs at the extreme ends of the line of closure.

Absence of Hair on The Eyelashes

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  1. Use adhesive or masking tape
  2. Trim tape according to:
    1. Width of the eye
    2. The curvature of the line of closure
  3. Hair placed on the tape should extend three quarters of an inch beyond the edge of the tape.
    1. Allows for trimming and shaping
  4. Place hair on the tape in groups of 7-8 hairs.
  5. Remember that irregularity is vital to naturalness.

Making False Eyelashes

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This is vital to naturalness.

Irregularity

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Eyebrow.

Supercilium

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Lies on the forehead and temple.

Location of The Supercilium (eyebrow)

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  • Laterally upward and outward.
  • Lateral end- horizontal

Direction of Hair Growth in The Eyebrow

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The lateral end of this is usually inferior to the medial end.

The Eyebrow

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In the eyebrow, hair is densest here.

The Medial End

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Region between the upper rim of the eye socket (or eyebrow) and the upper eyelid.

  • A convex receding surface.

Supraorbital Area

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The concave area (depression) above the medial end of the upper eyelid and lying near the root of the nose.

Naso-Orbital Fossa

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The upper and lower eyelids.

  • Recede convexly downwards

Superior and Inferior Palperbra

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Together, the upper and lower eyelid (palpebra) are shaped like this.

Almond

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The greatest vertical height (and projection) of the palpebra is:

Medially Off Center

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The superior palpebra is wider than the lower eyelid.

Horizontally

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The slit resulting where the eyelids meet.

  • Located on the inferior third of the eyesocket.

Line of Closure

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  • Created by the upper eyelid.
  • A dipping curve

Form of The Line of Closure

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The lateral end is inferior and posterior to the medial end.

Relationship of The Ends of The Line of Closure

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The acquired furrow (wrinkle) of the attached margin of the upper or lower eyelid.

Superior and Inferior Palpebral Sulcus

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With this, the superior and inferior palpebral sulcus create:

  • The outer corner - a sharp angle
  • The inner corner- a rounded angle

With the Line of Closure

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At the outer corner, with the line of closure, the superior and inferior palpebral sulcus create:

A sharp Angle

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At the inner corner, with the line of closure, the superior and inferior palpebral sulcus create:

A Rounded Angle

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The tiny eminence at the medial ends of the two eyelids.

Inner Canthus

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The inner canthus "seems" to extend from the upper eyelid because it ____________.

Projects More Than The Lower

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The narrow curving groove below the inner canthus.

  • A natural facial marking- present at birth.

Oblique Palpebral Sulcus

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Furrows radiating laterally from the outer corner of the eye to the face.

  • Acquired facial marking

Optic Facial Sulci (Crows Feet)

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The acquired puffy surface below the lower eyelid.

Orbital Pouch

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Between the lower lid and the extended oblique palpebral sulcus.

Location of The Orbital Pouch

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The furrows (wrinkles) between the eyebrows.

  • Acquired facial markings

Interciliary Sulci

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  • On the glabella
  • Across the root of the nose.

Location of Interciliary Sulci

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Horizontal furrows on the eyelids resulting from repeated winking or blinking.

Palpebration Sulci

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  1. Common transverse sulcus
  2. Linear Sulci

Types of Palpebration Sulci

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A furrow slightly above the eyelashes.

Common Transverse Sulcus

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Short furrows which fan from opposite corners of the eyelids towards each other.

  • Acquired

Linear Sulci