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Make Forehead Smaller

If you have a larger forehead, you may feel self-conscious about it and wish to make it appear smaller. While there are surgical procedures available, there are also natural and non-invasive methods that can help reduce the appearance of a large forehead. In this article, we will discuss some effective exercises and tips to help make your forehead look smaller.

1. Increase Baby Hair

The first tip is to increase the baby hair on your forehead. While some exercises such as lifting your eyebrows may help, growing baby hair is the most effective and quickest solution. To do this, try avoiding shampooing your hair and allow your hair to grow naturally. This can help stimulate the growth of baby hair on your forehead.

2. Shiatsu Technique

It's important to pay attention to your forehead and smooth out any unnecessary bumps or wrinkles, as focusing on them can make your forehead appear larger. To do this, find the bumpy muscle and massage it, using your hands or a mini massage machine for more effective results. I'm currently testing the machine on different areas of the head to see if it improves blood circulation and reduces tension. While it's not recommended to use the machine directly on the forehead, using it with a cushion may be effective.

3. Fascia release

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To lift the eyebrows and make the face appear shorter, we can release the fascia above the eyebrow. fascia is a thin layer above the muscle that can become tight, causing tension and loss of elasticity in the muscles. Holding the fascia area for five to seven minutes can reduce the tension and recover elasticity. However, we must be careful not to stretch the upper eyelid too much, which can cause wrinkles and skin damage. We can use the Myo Fasia release technique to melt the fascia's tension into liquid, but it can take a long time, and quick results are not always possible. Therefore, we can try the instant results technique of putting our fingers on the bone above the eyes and lifting up, but again, we must be careful not to stretch the skin too much. When we have muscle knots or eye fatigue, we can use face yoga techniques to reduce pain. We can break down tiny muscle knots using our knuckles, and hold the fascia area to release tension. It's best to focus on the dominant side, and to be patient with the slow movements.

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