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- "Your frontalis muscle (where your forehead is) creates the lines there," says Zeichner. Thing is, this muscle also elevates your eyebrows, and keeps them where they belong. So if you freeze it, you end up with low eyebrows and a longer-looking forehead.
- The 5 Skincare Mistakes Anti-Aging Experts Never Make
- "As we age we need some of our muscles to keep us looking younger. A good example of this is the frontalis muscle in the forehead that keeps our eyebrows elevated.
- Arts review: Simon Boccanegra can't overcome its inherent problems
- In an opera that honours baritones and basses, Roberto Frontali's moving Simon, Michele Pertusi's noble Jacopo and Gevorg Hakobyan's malevolent Paolo brought splendid depth and power to their singing. The lone tenor, Giorgio Berrugi, was an ardent ...
- Call for Mithun research centre in State
- ITANAGAR, March 7: A day-long Mithun Mela was conducted on Sunday at Taki Lalung village near Pasighat in East Siang district to create awareness among the rural farmers on scientific rearing and disease management of Mithun (Bos Frontalis) by the ...
- Expert call for Mithun research centre in state
- PASIGHAT, Mar 6: A day-long Mithun Mela was conducted at Taki Lalung village near Pasighat to create awareness among the rural farmers on scientific rearing and disease management of Mithun (Bos Frontalis) by the National Research Center (NRC-M) ...
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