Monday, October 7, 2013

Double Eyelid Surgery (picture heavy)

This past summer I went ahead and granted myself a little present of getting my eyelids fixed while I was in China. I opted for the non-incisional suture method because it is non-invasive and is reversible if you are not happy with the results. I took quite long healing compared to the averaged 4-10 days? My swelling persisted for much longer even at one month it was still a little bit swollen and you can see the needle holes but at two months the lids are much more natural and the needle markings are less visible. Right now it's about two months and a half since the procedure and my eyelids look very natural although slight needle marks can still be seen (not obvious) but with makeup it is not noticeable at all. I did not get it done very largely so the crease I have now is barely larger than what I had before, no one even noticed that I got them done. Not promoting plastic surgery here but if you are trying to just enhance what you already have and not alter the way you look then I'm all for it! The details of my double eyelid experience can be found in the video here:
The hospital I went to get this procedure done is this one and:
http://baike.baidu.com/view/3895554.htm
And the doctor that had performed the surgery: 


Anyways, the details will be in the video if you don't mind watching a 30 minute ramble haha. Below are pictures of my healing process during the days I remembered to take pictures. :) Hope this was helpful for those of you who are also thinking of getting it done. 











double eyelid surgery 2 months with makeup















double eyelid surgery 2 months post procedure with makeup



Double eyelid surgery Day 0 (right after the procedure)

Double eyelid surgery day 0
double eyelid surgery day 0

double eyelid surgery day 1

double eyelid surgery day 1

double eyelid surgery day 1

double eyelid surgery day 2

double eyelid surgery day 2

day 2

day 2

double eyelid surgery day 3 with makeup (totally do not recommend this, but I had to film something so i had no choice)

day 3 with makeup

day 3 with makeup

day 3 with makeup

double eyelid surgery day 4

day 4 

day 5

day 5

day 5 with eyeliner

day 5 

day 6 morning (so swollen)

day 6

day 6

day 7

day 7

day 8

day 9

day 9

day 10

day 10

day 11

day 20

day 20

day 25 with eyeliner

one month

two months (can see some needle marks)

two months

double eyelid surgery two months (open)

two months
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10 comments:

  1. can u pls post ur most recent pic without makeup? can provide e address of the china hospital tat u did ur lid pls

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    1. the most recent pic i have is posted at two months (above), and i updated the post with the hospital and doctor.

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  2. Can you explain to me what this surgery is? So you have threads permanently within your eyelids? what if you rub your eyes really hard when it's itchy, won't it tear it?

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  3. yeah there's threads inside the eyelids and they're there permanently but they're so thin you don't feel them at all. They are meant to withstand stress and what not so if you don't rub your eyes SUPER hard and do major trauma they'll stay in place.

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  5. will u feel the threads for the rest of your life?
    also, im really curious to know about the pain factor of this procedure to be mentally prepared. how many shots. how painful (compared to lets say getting a flu shot or getting a shot in ur gums). length of shot.

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  6. Your experienced with eyelid surgery seems great and shows a result of success. Stay pretty girl!

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  7. This is so interesting! Thanks for sharing your photos to show the change it made. I honestly had no clue that they could even do eyelid surgeries like this. In your opinion did it turn out how you wanted or okay? I think you look great!
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  8. I'm so glad your double eyelid surgery went well! I've been looking into something like this lately, and this post is just another reason to do it. I really think eyelid surgery could help me. Is there any advice you would give to someone getting double eyelid surgery? http://www.drjenniferwalden.com/procedures/face/eyelid-surgery/

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