Fox Eye lift in Turkey

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Written by Laurence

But there’s a trend you may not be aware of yet: a look described as “fox eyes” or “almond eyes” is gaining in popularity in the cosmetics industry in Turkey, and it’s called Fox Eyes. provides information about the Fox Eye lift in Turkey and helps you book an operation with qualified surgeons. This content is for information purposes only and is not intended to replace the advice of a medical professional.

Price of a Fox Eye in Istanbul, Turkey

In Turkey, the average cost of a Fox Eye procedure is €1,200. This price varies according to the technique used and the complexity of the patient, and includes anaesthesia, the operation and medication. Under local anaesthetic, the operation lasts between 15 and 40 minutes. The minimum stay in Istanbul is 3 days. The final result is visible within 1 month.

Fox Eye lift1200 €
Eye lift1400 €
Temporal lift2200 €
Blepharoplasty1400 €

What is a Fox Eyes lift?

There’s a trend you may not be aware of yet: a look described as “fox eyes”, “cat eyes” or “Bella Hadid Brown Lift” is gaining in popularity in the cosmetics industry in Turkey, and it’s called “Fox Eyes”. This procedure is aimed at both men and women.

Thanks to famous models like Kendall Jenner and Bella Hadid, almond-shaped eyes and rolled-up eyes are all the rage. On TikTok, people are even shaving their eyebrows to get a brighter look, known as the “foxeyes challenge” (#foxeye).

Social media influencers, as well as lifestyle media, are the main drivers of aesthetic trends. In particular, the popularity of Kendall, Bella and the Kardashians are the most in-demand ‘look’ that many patients aspire to.

Photo avant et après d'un Fox Eyes
Before and after photo of Fox Eyes

Although few people are born with such a unique eye shape (there are rumours that Bella’s isn’t even the real thing), there are several ways to create this look using surgical and non-surgical techniques in Turkey.

This type of cosmetic treatment, medically known as canthopexy, essentially involves lifting the outer corner of the upper eyelid and pulling it slightly towards the temples. The lower eyelid is slightly lifted by raising the temporal area.

While the popularity of this type of cosmetic eye treatment is on the rise, the look can be very problematic – it’s not just about going into a beauty clinic for a quick eye treatment. He says there are a few things people can overlook before undergoing such a transformative procedure, including the complications and risks associated with specialist eye work.

Here’s everything you need to know about the popular Fox Eyes Lifting treatment in Turkey and what the cosmetic procedure entails.

Patiente avant un fox eyes
Patient before a fox eyes

What does the Fox Eyes treatment involve?

If you want to change the shape of your eyes by erasing wrinkles, two different approaches can be used: a non-invasive option and an invasive (surgical) option.

The non-invasive method involves injecting fillers and fat into the outer edge to lift the forehead. The use of fillers has become a popular option as it creates a temporary aesthetic change that can last up to two years.

At the other end of the spectrum are surgical options. Blepharoplasty is the official name for plastic eye surgery. It involves removing excess skin or fat to rejuvenate or correct the shape of the eyes. For some patients, a facelift in Turkey is the best option.

Video on Fox Eyes

In the 25 to 40 age group, some women want a temporal forehead lift (for those with a “heavy forehead”), but this requires a surgical option in Turkey. You therefore need to be very careful, as this is a permanent option. Patients are always advised that trends are temporary, so it’s ideal to choose a look that will suit you personally for a long time.

Who is the Fox Eye lift suitable for?

It’s important to bear in mind that this type of procedure is not exactly one-size-fits-all, and the type of approach used to achieve a certain aesthetic appearance of the eyes depends on the individual patient.

When it comes to women like the Kardashian/Jenner girls, their ethnic background is Armenian and so they often have sunken eyes, with a fairly natural low median forehead and a high, arched lateral forehead to start with. They have little fat in their orbits (eye sockets). And their skin tends to have a higher degree of collagen, making them ideal candidates for filling.

However, European women have skin that tends to lose collagen earlier, which is why the filler option doesn’t always produce the same uniform finish. Surgical options tend to suit them best.

Kylie Jenner après un Fox Eyes
Kylie Jenner after Fox Eyes

For patients who require the surgical option, they need to undergo a thorough consultation and the Turkish patient and surgeon need to be on the same page when it comes to the desired result.

Everyone’s anatomy is different, and everyone’s face is shaped differently, so (like Kylie Jenner’s lips) the ‘fox-eye’ look may not suit everyone.

Some people show a photo of how they want their eyes to look, but they don’t have the facial features to take advantage of that look. In addition, people with HIV are also eligible.

Lifting des yeux sur une personne âgée
Eye lift on an elderly person

Risks, complications and side effects

There may be some rare risks during a Fox Eyes procedure:

  • Redness in the orbital region ;
  • Ecchymosis under the eye;
  • Prolonged and delayed swelling;
  • Bluish discolouration;
  • Nodules and hypersensitivity

That’s why you should trust us to help you choose your surgeon in Istanbul and opt for a reputable and experienced practitioner.

Note that in the Islamic religion, Fox Eyes is not haram. It is halal and accepted if its purpose is to remove a defect.

Résultat avant et après d'un Fox Eyes
Before and after results of Fox Eyes

Adapted facilities are available for people with disabilities so that they can make the most of their stay.

Our advice?

If you are due to undergo cosmetic Fox Eye or “Almond Eye” Lifting surgery, make sure you consult a surgeon in Turkey, in Istanbul, who is highly qualified and experienced.

Some Turkish surgeons are very good at repairing noses, doing face lifts or breast augmentations, but for the eye, you need someone very experienced, with many hours of surgery, as the skin, tissues and muscles require a specialist who fully understands the anatomy of the eye.

Coordinatrice avec une patiente
Coordinator with a patient

How much does a Fox Eye cost in Turkey?

In Turkey, the lowest price that clinics will offer you for a Fox Eyes or Cat Eyes eye lift operation is €800, and the highest price is €2,500. This depends on the number of threads required to achieve the desired results.

If you’re struggling to make a choice, we can help you make your surgery a success, and at a reduced rate.

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FAQ – Frequently asked questions

How long does a Fox Eyes last?

The lifespan of Fox Eyes depends on the technique used. It can last 4 to 6 months with Botox injections, 6 months to 1 year with absorbable tensor threads, 1 to 2 years with hyaluronic acid injections, 5 to 6 years with permanent suspension threads and 7 to 8 years with a temporal lift.

A Fox Eyes operation is painless, whatever the technique chosen. However, the patient may experience some discomfort after the operation, especially if the surgeon uses tensor threads or suspension threads. This is also the case for a temporal lift.

There is no minimum age for eye surgery such as Fox Eyes. Naturally, you must be over 18 to have this type of operation. However, eye surgery is not recommended before the age of 35 or 40.

The duration of a Fox Eyes operation in Turkey varies between 15 and 40 minutes, depending on the technique chosen by the patient. The patient will need a period of convalescence to recover from the operation. This is why the minimum stay in Turkey for this type of operation is 3 days.

About the author


My name is Laurence Tung. I'm a medical writer with a scientific background in several fields. I have recently covered therapeutic areas such as rheumatology and hypercholesterolaemia. I also have expertise in genomics, epigenetics, molecular biology and biochemistry. I help this site to publish quality articles on medical tourism.