Some plastic surgeons feel that a flatter forehead bone found in those of Asian descent may allow earlier descent of the upper third of the face and account for signs of fullness in the upper eyelid.
A few even suggest that brow lift (another name for forehead lift, or upper facelift) at even a relatively young age may help the appearance of the eyes.
Other surgeons believe that recommending forehead lift in a patient still in his or her twenties is a misguided way of trying to avoid upper eyelid surgery, a more delicate operation.
Pulling the brow upward will indeed mechanically lift the thin eyelid skin. Facial appearance, however, may look too stark with the brows unnaturally arched.