The eyebrow is an important part of female facial beauty. Unlike men who pay little attention to the size and shape of their eyebrows (unless they meet in the middle), women shape and color their eyebrows with great care. Like all fashion trends, the concept of the ideal shape of the female eyebrow has changed over the years. Eyebrow beauty consists of whether the hair density is thick or thin and where the maximal arch point exists. For example, the 1980s were known for thick eyebrows. That changed to more thinner ones during the 1990s and 2000s and now thicker eyebrows are coming back in vogue again. The arch point of the eyebrow, an entity that can be affected by both Botox injections and browlift surgery, has also changed. According to a recent study published in the Clinics of Plastic Surgery in September 2012, the arch of the eyebrow has been gradually moving outward from the lateral limbus of the eye (outer area of iris) to the lateral canthal area. (eye corner) In addition, the height of the arch of the eyebrow has also been decreasing over time. The ideal female eyebrow today is defined as starting near or below the orbital rim near the nose with the maximal arch of the brow (peak) at the lateral canthus in younger patients (can be closer to the middle of the brow in older women) and the tail of the brow located an inch or slightly less (20mm to 25mms) above the lateral canthus.