My face is thin and their is not a lot of depth of volume in my cheek, anterior cheek or tear trough area. I decided to get my tear troughs filled with restylane to get rid of the hollows.
Because a volumizer such as restylane was added to my tear trough, there is this uneveness of volume now from my tear trough to my upper cheek, making the restylane volume deposits more obvious around my eye like something is there. I have heard people speak of lumpiness in the tear trough after getting a filler injected, but could the product which looks like lumps really be from a lack of depth and volume in surrounding tissue such as the upper cheek really be the root cause of why the restylane is so obvious in my tear trough right now.
Those with thinner faces without a lot of volume usually need volume in the upper cheek so that the product in Tear trough area blends in better and looks more natural, right??
If I do get my upper cheek done, it may cause a little more hollowness in my tear trough again as I will need some adequate volume in my cheek area to really hide the product.
I want my face to look feminine. What does a femine youthful face look like, if you can address the tear trough area specifically. Does a natural feminine looking face have full upper cheeks with a tiny bit of hollowness under the eye, because that can be my result if I get this done. I don't know how any one could create the highest cheekbones that are seen in magazines that are airbrushed celebrities. I am not in to all that, I just want the most natural look not made up look. I am female by the way. My dog's name is Elvis so I chose that as my username. Look forward to hearing back from you on your thoughts and opinions.