Attractive and young eyes are a combination of the temple , the brow and the eyelid.
Youthful eye has
Upwardly arched eyebrows from their midpoint to the sides
Soft tissue fullness that extends from the brow to the upper lid lashes
Good texture of the eyelid skin
Changes With Age
Almost every face starts loosing volume from temples and the brow after the 3 rd decade.
The fatty fullness below the side brow atrophies and the brow-upper lid junction gradually becomes hollow. The outline of the bony structures below the brow (the superior orbital rim) becomes visible, and one begins to look older, sometimes even ill, and in advanced stages even skeletal
Fat is also lost from the cheeks and the lower lid to cheek junction develops a tear trough. This makes you look old and tired.
When skin thins out and gets shrivelled, the blue veins become more prominent which again contributes to give an aged look.
Restoring the brow fullness with fat will plump up the brow upper lid junction. Adding fat to fill in the temple empties the veins and makes your side brow more visible from the front. Fat by stimulating collagen formation through its chemicals makes your skin firm, thick and radiant. This may give a natural glow and radiance to your face around the eyes.
Fat grafting is the best way to rejuvenate your temples and eye area for a longest lasting result.