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Double Eyelid Surgery Thread

MONICAMONICA Posts: 1,996Member

ROOKIE

edited March 2008 in beauty & fashion
mod - ANY IRRELEVANT POSTS WILL MERIT A WARNING
since everyone has been talking about having a pinned double eyelid thread, i decided to take the initiative. lol.

i'll just copy and paste what the website from where i went to get mine done says.
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Am I a good candidate for aesthetic eyelid surgery?
Any one or combination of the following conditions may indicate that you are a good candidate for eyelid surgery:

---excess skin obscuring the natural fold of the upper eyelids
---loose skin hanging down from the upper eyelids, perhaps impairing vision
---puffy appearance to the upper eyelids, making the eyes look tired
---excess skin and fine, creepy wrinkles of the lower eyelids
---bags and dark circles under the eyes, often with a depression along the bony border of the lower eyelids
---droopiness of the lower eyelids, showing white below the iris (colored portion of the eye)

Aesthetic eyelid surgery can usually correct these problems, though other treatments may also need to be considered.

Your Personal Consultation
During the initial consultation, you may be asked to look in a mirror and point out exactly what you would like to see improved.
This will help your plastic surgeon to understand your expectations and determine whether they can realistically be achieved.

How will my plastic surgeon evaluate me for aesthetic eyelid surgery?

You should come to the consultation prepared to discuss you medical history including previous surgeries, past and present medical conditions and current medications.
It is important for you to provide complete information.

One of several surgical techniques may be suggested to improve the appearance of your eyelids.
The particular technique that your plastic surgeon recommends will depend on may factors such as the amount of excess fat and skin in the eyelid areas, the position of your eyebrows, and the condition of muscles around your eyelids.

How Aesthetic Eyelid Surgery is Performed
1> Suture ligation method (non-incision type)
2> External incision method

Because of individual factors, not everyone will achieve the same results from eyelid surgery.
Your plastic surgeon will select the surgical technique that he or she feels will obtain the best outcome for you.
For upper eyelid surgery, generally an incision is hidden within the natural fold of the upper eyelid and extends slightly beyond the outside corner into the laugh lines or other existing creases.
Through this incision, excess skin and fatty tissue are removed.
Because the incision follows the natural contour of the upper eyelid, it will be well camouflaged when healed.

How will I look and feel initially?
It is important to realize that the amount of time it takes for recovery varies greatly among individuals.
The first evening after surgery, you should rest quietly with your head elevated.
Your surgeon may instruct you to apply cold compresses to your eyelids.
Remember, you must not take aspirin or certain anti-inflammatory medications.
Initially, you may feel a "tight" sensation around the eyes and some mild discomfort that can be controlled with oral medication.
During the first 48 hours following surgery, patients experience varying degrees of swelling and bruising.
Some patients find that mild swelling persist for several weeks, while others may see swelling resolve in as little as one week.
Bruising typically disappears within seven to ten days.
Within the first week you will be permitted to use makeup, if desired, to conceal any discoloration.
Stitches are usually removed within a week of surgery.
Your vision may continue to be somewhat blurry for a few days or longer.
Your eyes may be temporarily sensitive to light, and you may experience excess tearing or dryness.
You may want to wear dark sunglasses for a couple of weeks to protect your eyes from wind and sun irritation.

When can I resume my normal activities?
Straining, bending and lifting should be avoided during the early postoperative period.
In many instances, you will be able to resume most of your normal activities within ten days or less.
Although you might feel like going back to work just a few days after surgery, your vision may still be slightly blurry which could make reading or other paperwork more difficult.

Results of Your Eyelid Surgery
Aesthetic eyelid surgery has the effect of making you look more rested, refreshed and alert.
Since the healing process is gradual, you should expect to wait at least several weeks to get an accurate picture of the results of your eyelid surgery.
Incisions will fade over a number of months until they become barely visible.

How long will the results last?
The results of aesthetic eyelid surgery are long-lasting, but they may be affected by your heredity and lifestyle factors.
Removal of fat from your eyelids, which is usually the cause of puffiness and bags, is permanent, and these conditions generally will not recur.
The skin continues to age, however, and skin laxity along the fine wrinkling of the eyelid area may, at some point, return.
Sometimes loss of tone in the forehead causes additional sagging of the eyebrows which mimics a recurrence of drooping upper eyelids.
if this happens, correction may require a forehead lift or a secondary eyelid procedure.
Even though the aging process continues, patients are usually happy with their appearance for many years following eyelid surgery.
Some patients find that they want to make additional improvements at a later time.


my personal experience:
okay well while i was still in the states, my mom called them to make an appointment. they said that i could have my consultation and surgery on the same day, so we agreed to do that.

soooo june 5th [my surgery day] comes along and i go and wait to see the doctor. once i go in, i told him what procedure i wanted done. i told him i wanted my fold to be big so that i could have bigger eyes. he did his consulting and told me several factors for why i shouldnt have my fold big. few were protruding eye, low brow line, and stuff like that. these were things that no one has ever noticed on me. he also took his stick and did a few different folds on me and asked me what i liked. i just said i don't care and to do whatever is best for me. haha. so he told me that i should do the partial incision where the incision is only half way across the eyelid and also the medial canthoplasty. he told me that most young people do partial incision and that it's the most common one to do. i asked about the canthoplasty on the outer corner and he said that the result of that is only 1/10th of that of the medial canthoplasty and can be seen as insignificant. he also said that he doesn't recommend that procedure to anyone unless it's like a medical condition type thing or if they insist it. oh and he took a before picture.

so then when all of the consultation is done, it was time for the actual thing. i wasn't as nervous as i thought i would be. first i just layed on the operating table/bed/whatever and then they got this towel and made sure my hair was out of the way. then they cleaned my face and eyes and stuff. this was all done by the nurse who's really nice. ummm and then the doctor came in and made some marks on my eyes to see where to cut. after taht he put in the anesthetic shots. this procedure is done under local anesthesia meaning you are awake for the whole thing. these shots were the worst part of the procedure. i have absolutely no pain tolerance and it wasn't THAT bad, although i was tearing like crazy. i remember him putting three shots on each eyelid, but i forgot how many for the inner corner. he told me that if i strain or move during the procedure i'll get more bruising and swelling, which is totally true. my left eye hurt for the shots more than my right eye so i put a lot of strain while he was doing that and that eye had more bruising. then after putting the shots you just wait for the anesthesia to kick in. oh yeah and the light is unbelievably bright. i think that might be worse than the shots. haha. i couldn't feel any pain during the procedure except the occasional pinching, but nothing too bad. i felt pulling and some pressure and i guess he could tell i felt it since my legs were all moving around and he just explained that he was taking the fat out. the whole thing took like 30 minutes, maybe 40. during the operation he told me to open my eyes a few times and then to sit up and he looked at me face to face while i was sitting up like twice.

after that, the nurse took me to the "recovery room" i guess and gave me an ice pack thingy for the eyes and told me i had to lay for 20 minutes. mind you, up until this time i hadn't looked at myself yet. there was a huge mirror next to the bed and when the nurse left i HAD to look. to tell you the truth i thought i was going to die because i hated the way i looked. it was horrible and i was scared to look at my face. the reason why is because i didn't open my eyes all of the way and so i could see all of the stitches and stuff. haha. but anyway, i quickly recovered from that after opening my eyes properly lol. after the 20 minutes i put on my sunglasses and went home. i had no pain, except a little stinging, but nothing like putting hydrogen peroxide on a wound or anything. ummmm i had to take like three pills, three times a day, 30 minutes after each meal for a few days. i'm guessing it was antibiotics. he also prescribed some pain killers for me, but i didn't use them because i didn't need to. also they told me to do the ice thing as much as i could and also to practice opening my eyes big. i did the ice thing like 3 times for 10 minutes each. i didn't like doing the ice thing so i kind of cheated on that lol, but you guys should do it since the more you do it, the better.

the next day i went in to get my eyes cleaned and medicated. then i went 2 or 3 days after that to get my stitches on my eyelid taken out. the next day i went to get the ones from the corner of my eyes taken out. it pinched a bit, but it wasn't bad whent hey took it out. thennn i visited them again before i left korea and they took pictures and all that stuff and the nurses and the doctor said i healed REALLY fast.

i wore my sunglasses everywhere for a couple of days after the surgery. in less than a week i was going around just in my regular glasses.

ummm i paid 1,300,000 wons which is a little bit more than $1,300 usd.

oh and dr. park can speak english well so that shouldn't be a problem. he actually talked to me in english although i'm pretty fluent in korean.

oh yeah i got it done at oz clinic, and credits to this site for stuff at the beginning. here's the link: http://drpark.co.kr/eng/index.htm

another reputable place is bk clinic. they're pretty well known especially for rhinoplasty: http://english.bkclinic.com/


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-two days later. my eye is shiny because the doctor cleaned it up and put some medication on it. i'm guessing something antibacterial. who knows.
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-the result for less than a month. the red scar looking thing is a mosquito bite - -+ i got it right before i left korea while i was sleeping. i have bad luck =/

yay new pics
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-soo this is abouttttttt 2 months after the surgery. sorry these pics are kinda bad. i can't do it like i did the previous pictures anymore. i forgot how i did those haha. and my eyelashes get in the way....i'll try to take better pictures later lol. and the stupid mosquito bite scar is still there...i didnt notice it until now. damn mosquitos.

picture updateeeeeee 1/5/06 which issss exactly 7 months from my surgery date! haha except the open eye pictures are from a few days ago but whatever haha. oh and the closed eye pictures everyone's been asking for :] i didn't have much scarring. i tried to pick out the pictures where it showed the most scarring so yeah. that kind of gives you an idea :]
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-this is more like my skin color...i dont know why i come out so dark but i'm really disgustingly white in real life according to my family and friends :|

update 4/19/07 -- 10 months
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update 2/24/08
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LINK TO SURGERY PICS/STORIES/WHATEVER
thanks aestas
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  • hunny~bunnyhunny~bunny Posts: 545Member
    ur so helpful and nice and once again, i am in LOVE with ur eyes =) i hope this gets pinned
  • B0hemian_SpriteB0hemian_Sprite Posts: 5,369Friend of Soompi

    IDOL

    Hey yay image Thanks! Does anyone know where I can find my old topic? I've tried Google and I can't find it anywhere *cries*

  • HeyyyHeyyy Posts: 807Member
    YEAH you made a thread!!!! And yes your eyes are a PERFECT candidate and example. my eyes BETTER come out like that or Oooooooooooooo theres TROUBLE!! Ahhaha jkjk REALLY nice eyes image SO MUCH helpful info.
  • myv_roxmyv_rox Posts: 449Member
    They came out perfect!! soo pretty
  • finalheavenfinalheaven Posts: 170Member
    edited July 2006
    you're eyes look really good! i didn't even notice the mosquito bite in the last pic until you pointed it out!

    about the shots in the eye thing, whenever ppl get anaesthetic or botox put near their eye, i always wondered how that felt like? is it worse than plucking/waxing/threading your eyebrows? i know this sounds super weird but i'm soooo interested in the whole pain factor for surgery like this.

    btw, super kudos to you for taking the time out to help other members and post your pics and stuff =)
  • MONICAMONICA Posts: 1,996Member

    ROOKIE

    ive never waxed or threaded my eyebrows, but it hurts more than plucking lol. honestly, i dont even remember how bad the pain was. i just know that it did hurt, but it was just an instant thing for like...a couple instances. haha.
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  • Poop-Shoop-A-LoopPoop-Shoop-A-Loop ^ xoxo esoteric. <3 Posts: 5,510Friend of Soompi
    QUOTE(Pattie Says @ Jul 7 2006, 07:30 AM) »

    Hey yay image Thanks! Does anyone know where I can find my old topic? I've tried Google and I can't find it anywhere *cries*


    at the bottom page there's a thing that says order: last post | Z-A | blabhalbah | TOPICS: ALL <-- click the drop down menu and choose "topics i started" or "topics i replied to" maybe that'll work image

    your resulting eye looks pretty! lol =) but the pictures before it scared me x___x I don't like anything with blood/stitches/bruises that sort of stuff, gives me the shiverrrss !
    I, Poop-Shoop-A-Loop, are King of the [stupid people] world [which does not exist].
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  • PockyUpNosePockyUpNose Posts: 1,214Member
    howbrave of u.............but do uhave any before surgery pictures?, and is it okay to post your whole face ?. I'm just very curious LOL
  • MONICAMONICA Posts: 1,996Member

    ROOKIE

    haha i dont post pics of me on the internet. soompi irc-ers will be able to testify on my behalf of this too. haha. i didnt take any before pictures intentionally, but maybe i can find some.
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  • fiionafiiona YOU'RE WRONG ! MELBOURNE&#33;Posts: 1,019Friend of Soompi
    damn your eyes look really good. i'm impressed, thank god i have double eyelids, i admire your courage image
    fee&mendez
  • dankyungdankyung the chunanator CaliPosts: 1,703Member
    wow it came out beautifully~~ (:
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  • *Gonie*Gonie MinnesotaPosts: 1,078Member
    gosh, looking at your pictures, i have no idea how you did it.. but i seriously can't... and to be awake during the whole procedure... i can't do it.. haha.. but it looks nice though...

    *Gonie
  • murrkoh*murrkoh* ???? TOP. Posts: 1,272Member
    THANK YOU FOR MAKING A THREAD. lets please keep this one alive...
    patty made an awesome thread before...but i don't see her around the forums lately...hmmm


    oh well. g'job!!!~
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  • murrkoh*murrkoh* ???? TOP. Posts: 1,272Member
    if we don't take care of this thread, i have a feeling its going to dieeee
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  • +Chique++Chique+ CookielandPosts: 484Member
    Ouch that looks effing painful O_O Thank god I've already got double eyelids naturally xD
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    I'm going P.L.A.T.I.N.U.M !!
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    H.A.I.R and R.E.C.O.R.D !! THANKS!!
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  • hiienhiien Soompi Alumni OCPosts: 3,245Friend of Soompi

    IDOL

    edited September 2008
    MONICA : ur eyes after the surgery look really really nice! but the pic on the day of surgery scared me a little.

    okay. i just had my eyelid surgery/upper bleph like 3 weeks ago. before, i had no eyelids whatsoever. my eyes were really small. so i decided to have an eyelid surgery. lots of ppl have the surgery, why shouldnt i? so i went to a doctor, he's a vietnamese doctor but he's really good. i had my surgery after my high school graduation.

    my procedure surgery was exactly the same as yours. on the day of the surgery, i didnt eat anything for the whole day. i went in. the nurse did the IV part on my arm. that's the worst part. it hurt! then i waited till the doctor come. he took a stick and did something with my eyes and drew the mark there. then he took me into the surgery room.

    then they washed my face with some soap (?). then covered my face with a cloth with the hole in both eyes. then they did the shot in both eyes. i dont really remember if it hurt or not. then i was under local anesthesia. i was half awake, half sleeping during the surgery. i really wanted to sleep but couldn't. and i still heard the doctor talking to his assistant. then during the surgery, he asked me some questions. he was nice!. then they did their stuff. sometimes they told me to open my eyes, close it, look that way. stuff like that. it didnt hurt at all. not at all. then they were done after 20 mins. it was fast! then they took me in a "recovery room", took the IV out. then i waited for like 10 mins so that i was fully awake. then i was taken home. they gave me the icepack to keep the swelling.

    i had to take the next day off of skul cuz my eyes were swollen so bad. then i took some medicines for the next few days to keep the swelling. then a week after, i went to get my stitches out. but it was still swollen that time. the doctor said that it will become normal after a month. he just told me to clean it carefully or otherwise, it will still be swollen.

    im so glad that i did have the surgery. i look totally different now. no more chinky eyes! lolz. some ppl said that the doctor did a good job on my eyes. they look good! (yah!). worth the $$. lolzz.

    oh yeah and some ppl that had eyelid surgery b4, they said that i have to avoid like seafood or some kind of meats. if i eat those, my eyes will be swollen like for a long time or the flesh will turn purple/red or something like that.

    so yeah. ppl with no eyelids should have the surgery. it doesnt hurt at all. not at all. and the result comes out really nice! and it's not that pricy. i recommend you do that. it does change you. in an helpful way.

    im glad that u started the thread. so that we could share some experience.

    04/07 (10 months)
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    EDiT : Sorry for my lack of information.
    I had my surgery at The Image Plastic Surgery Center. The doctor's name is Peter Newen. The website is http://theimagecenter.info/ips/ips.asp
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  • lovedovelovedove Posts: 58Member
    Monica: thanks for helping out everyone who was/is curious about the whole procedure. you're eye looks really great!

    hiien- post some pictures! image
  • hunny~bunnyhunny~bunny Posts: 545Member
    keep this alive man. anyone else who had experience?
  • B0hemian_SpriteB0hemian_Sprite Posts: 5,369Friend of Soompi

    IDOL

    edited July 2006
    okay...i just wanna write this before you read anything else. if you came in here to insult, bi.tch, scorn me about how ssang gah peul sooh sool is a sin and how i'm such a bad person...please get out. i'm doing this to inform those who are thinking of getting this surgery done. okay then...happy reading image

    i was actually supposed to get the surgery by a doctor who happend to be friends with my uncle...but when i went there...he was such an as.s and i felt VERY uncomfortable being there so i left...and my mom's friend took me to the place where her daughter got her eyes done.

    When i went there, the doctor was MUCH more thorough at explaining the surgery, was much more courteous, and MUCH more professional. So i decided to get my eyes done by him. if you don't feel comfortable with the doctor...leave immediately. To the doctors...ssang gah peul sooh sool is a cinch...a piece of cake...but for YOU...your eyes are very important...

    he told me that there were two methods of ssang gah peul sooh sool

    first method: juhl dan bub (incision)
    this method...is basically cutting your eyes to form the line.

    *PROS*
    -usually this method creates the line much more better. the line is much more noticeable
    -the odds of the ssang gah peul line coming out is 3/1000

    *CONS*
    -the scars last longer than the other method: meaning that there will be some redness on your eyelids....
    -the swelling lasts longer than the other method...it takes about 6 months for it to completely swell down, but I think a month is fine
    -this surgery is the one where most people can tell that you got surgery done =X (but it seems these days, it's getting more natural looking ^^)
    RECOVERY IS SLOW (but after a month or so, it'll be okay image)

    *WHO SHOULD GET THIS METHOD*
    -old(er) people
    -people who have fat/thick eyelids

    second method: meh mole bub (non-incision)
    ****this is the method that i got done
    this method basically pinches four different parts of your eyelid to form the line

    *PROS*
    -the swelling isn't too embarrassing after about ONE week. i was able to go out in Korea after a week without people looking at me all weird (WARNING: FOR EVERYTHING TO REALLY SWELL DOWN, IT TAKES ABOUT ONE YEAR)
    -this is the "natural" version, after about a year...most people wont be able to tell if you got it done or if it's your eyes
    -the redness in your eyes disappears from about 1-2 weeks
    RECOVERY IS FAST(ER)


    *CONS*
    -the odds of the line coming out is 3/100


    *WHO SHOULD GET THIS METHOD*
    -young(er) people: in your teens, twenties..maybe thirties
    -those who have thin to medium eyelids
    -for those who want (more) natural looking double eyelids

    pre-surgery
    this is basically when the doctor tells you about the two methods..blah blah blah. and he/she will recommend which procedure you should get. He has this eye pinchy thing that he uses to show you what you will look like with ssang gah peul. It usually takes about 30 min to 1 hour. REMEMBER: if you DON'T feel comfortable with the doctor...HAUL YOUR AS.S!

    mongo joo leum
    this was a little problem for me. what this is...is...well without a picture it's very hard to explain. but i'll do my best. This is when the corner of your eye droops down. This usually makes eyes look smaller and a lot more dap dap hae (how do you say that in english? image;;) Because of this the ssang gah peul line will not reach all the way to the corner of your eyes. So what the doctor does is cut the corner of your eyes...to make your eyes longer and much more refreshed (dude i sound like a total fob) I had to get this done...and believe me...my eyes look better. The doctor will tell you if you have this or not.

    the procedure
    i was taken into this little room where i changed into a robe and got my "before" picture taken. After that...i was taken to the procedure room where i had to get my shot. Too bad it took the nurse THREE! THREE rainbowKING TIMES before she got it right. Hopefully for some of you...it'll only take once. After that i just lay down on the bed and was given the shot in my eyes. That shot knocked me out and i woke up in about 10-15 minutes. But even though i was awake...i felt nothing. In fact, i kept on asking myself "who am i? what am i doing here? why do i only bright lights?" It was scary but you're so high you can't do anything about it. (Don't worry...its not as scary as it sounds) The whole procedure you're either asleep or awake but can't really feel anything. I could tell people were snipping at my eyes...but it didn't hurt at all. I can't really say much about the procedure...because...like i said...i was too high =X

    after the procedure
    i felt like shi.t. to put it bluntly. I wasn't in pain or anything, but i was so high off the shots that i could barely walk or talk. I could tell my eyes were swollen like crazy because i could barely open them...man...i was MISERABLE. After the surgery, i was taken into the "recovery room" where i rested for about 2 hours. During that 2 hours...i had to put on a ice pack eye patch thingy to help the swelling.

    what i did at home
    Remember the ice pack eye patch thing? It's going to be your best friend for about a week. You put it in the freezer for 10 minutes and then use it for your eyes for about 30 minutes. You cant eat pork or chicken or anything greasy. You also can't wash your face for about a week. I felt so dirty i wanted to cry, of course i couldn't cry because my frikkin eyes were swollen like he.ll.

    what i did at home II
    you practice opening your eyes REALLY wide. you know all those silly webcam pictures you take where you open your eyes like crazy? You can do that ALL you want after you get the surgery because you HAVE to. If you dont...the line might come out and you'll have to get the surgery again..and you'll feel unhappy. This will also help form the line much prettier

    3 days after the surgery
    you will go back to the hospital and get the stitches out of your eyes.

    a few reminders
    -bring a hat and a pair of SUNglasses
    -FEEL COMFORTABLE WITH YOUR DOCTOR...your eyes are in his/her hands
    -go with at least one other person...don't go by yourself
    -if you know someone who got their eyes done...or whatever...you can usually do the surgery for less
    -make sure to do it when you have a month or so off...

    other random things??
    -I my mom paid $1200 when it was really $1500, because i had connections
    -I will give you my doctor's contact info if you want it...trust me he's REALLY good! =] he did some actor/actresses here in korea...but i won't say their names because i don't want them coming to kick my as.s =X

    before and after pictures
    i don't have any before pictures (sorry) here are my after pictures. sorry the quality and the angling(is that a word?) is horrible, my webcam sucks. and it's kinda hard trying to take a picture of your eye. lol. Here are some after pictures image I'm not wearing any make up...and it's been about 2 years since my surgery. (sorry the pictures suck)
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    here...I am half blinking...? (does that make sense...?)
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    age limit
    i was 17 years old (american age) and 19 years old (korean age) when i got it done
    my doctor did NOT tell me anything about the age limit...i'm guessing that meant i was old enough. because i was turning 18 in about 2 months
    if your like 12-15 years old...you probably should NOT get this procedure done, just wait a couple of more years!

    eyelashes
    yeah...my eyelashes look longer now (random i know image;;;)


    ***i will try to update more if i remember anything else important...
    SORRY it was so long but i hope it helped =/

    GOOD LUCK with your ssang gah peul sooh sool search <3

    here is the contact info guys

    Dr. Park's Aesthetic Clinic
    Phone #: 02-3477-3300
    Fax #: 02-3477-0065
    Address: 서울시 서초구 서초동 1306-3 파고다타워 15F

    Founder: 박원진
    Head Surgeon (the guy who did my eyes): 길민석

    If you mention my name: Patricia Kim from the States
    he MIGHT give you a discount
    depending on if he remembers me O_O haha
    good luck sweeties <3
    i'm sure everything will work out fine

    ****and PLEASE PLEASE. we are not here to judge people's characters and what not. just because someone got his/her eyes done, does NOT make them a person of "fake" character. let's be kind image this thread is here to help those who are interested in this procedure

    best of luck babes <3333

    raiizsmelissahu
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