I went to a widely known (and expensive) doctor who gave me just a touch between my brows on my forehead (the area known as the “11s”). My eyebrows were lifted ever so slightly and I looked natural, rested and a lot less bitchy.
5 months later, after my first injection began to wear off, I began to think more was better.
To my surprise, there’s been a lot more trial and error in finding the right doctor, paying the right prices and knowing what to look for and ask for.
My first experience was 4 years ago when I turned 40.
A stylist I was working with recommended a plastic surgeon that reportedly did excellent Botox (along with Kate Hudson’s new nose).
Armed with a false sense of security in the hands of celebrity plastic surgeon, I went one step further and had my crows’ feet and more of my forehead injected to get an even stronger brow lift. The results were a little harsher than I wanted, but I still liked my glamorous lifted new look. 6 months later, my first Botox party (more on that later).
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I’ve been getting Botox injections regularly for the past 4 years.
My hairdresser whispered the name of yet another famous doctor (also with a skin care line), but when I learned he treated Madonna, I cancelled my appointment.So I went back my original doctor who must have had a bad day.American Fact Finder provides access to data about the United States, Puerto Rico and the Island Areas.The data in American Fact Finder come from several censuses and surveys.Despite the doctor’s excellent credentials, I had too much Pinot Grigio and didn’t tell him about my earlier Botox injections, so wound up with more than I needed.
My eyebrows were now so high and arched it looked like they were going to fly off my forehead.