In 2020, the biggest cosmetic surgery trends were everything face. Injectables, brow lifts, eyelid surgery and more dominated the scene.
But now, 2020 is behind us, and we have many months of 2021 ahead. So, what will be the cosmetic surgery trend of 2021?
2021: Still the Year of the Face
When looking at the 2020 trends, the biggest driving force — as you would expect — was the pandemic. Masks put the focus on our eyes, Zoom made us assess our faces more than ever and concerns about germs pushed us to go for non-surgical treatments in greater numbers.
As we dive into 2021, most of this remains the same.
With 2020 now officially in the rearview mirror, there is plenty to look back on. Our lives have changed in ways we could never have anticipated, and entire industries have pivoted to respond to what is, perhaps annoyingly, known as the new normal. Cosmetic surgery is no exception.
As we look back on the cosmetic trends of 2020, the pandemic’s impact is clear. So, let’s take a look at the most popular procedures of 2020.
The eyes are the windows to the soul. However, during the pandemic, they are often the only feature of yours others see. This means that everyone is worried about their eyes looking their best.
You have been unhappy with your breast size for years and have finally decided to consider breast augmentation. You have an ideal cup size in mind, but what is all this talk about CCs and what does it mean when choosing an implant.
What is the difference between cup size vs. CC and what does it mean when choosing your breast implants?
What Are CCs and What Is Their Connection to Cup Size?
The term CC stands for cubic centimeters, and surgeons use it to determine breast volume. This creates a more uniform method of measurement than cup size. How many times have you tried on a new bra in your normal size only to find it fits too small or way too big?
As we age, our eyes become tired looking due to lines and sagging. Lifting and opening up the eyes can help them appear more youthful and awake.
Both eyelid surgery and brow lifts can be effective treatments for saggy eye skin. The question is, which is right for you.
Eyelid Surgery or Brow Lift?
Upper blepharoplasty, also known as an eyelid lift, targets the upper eyelid. It can lift the lids, address puffiness and eliminate some fine lines and wrinkles. The incisions are made along the natural creases of the eyelid, allowing them to be easily concealed. With this procedure, skin and muscles can be tightened and fat deposits removed.