Bella Hadid Cat-Eye Thread Lift

Bella Hadid Cat-Eye Thread Lift

From beauty regimens to makeup, fashion, diet and exercise, it is common to look to Hollywood stars and supermodels to find the latest trends. 

Recently, Bella Hadid has defined the glamor look with her cat-eyes. This new aesthetic trend that uses FDA-approved PDO threads for a lifting process that is a cutting-edge beauty standard

Part of her popularity is the unique feline-like looks, high cheekbones, almond-shaped eyes, and plush lips.  Her’s is an easily recognizable face that many want for themselves. As a result, the Bella Hadid thread lift procedure was born. 

What is the Bella Hadid Thread Lift? 

Although many have associated the procedure with Bella Hadid, it has been around before the supermodel popularized it. Otherwise known as cat-eye thread lifts in more professional settings, this is a non-surgical procedure that utilizes dissolvable thread to pull up the skin. 

  • Your physician will make small entry holes around the brow and eye area with a needle. 
  • Then a dissolvable thread into the entry holes to begin the lifting process. The thread has microscopic barbs that allow it to attach to the skin.
  • Once pulled to the right angle, the thread is painlessly tacked in place 

Since the aim of the procedure is to lift the brows and outer corners of the eyes to create a cat-like impression, individuals who get the procedure done often use makeup to accentuate the results further. 

Is it safe & effective? 

Although it has only become popular in the past several years, the cat-eye thread lift has been around since 2010. The physicians and PA’s at Bala Better Health have been specially trained in the procedure and are very practiced. The procedure takes less than an hour, is all-but painless, and there is no downtime. A cat-eye thread lift will typically last from one to three years, depending on the practitioner’s skills and how well you take care of the areas during the recovery period. 

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