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Asian blepharoplasty is a type of plastic surgery where the skin around the eyes is reshaped. It can be done to remove the epicanthal fold, usually to look more 'Western'. More frequently it is done to create a crease in the eyelid (a double eyelid); about 50% of Asians are born with a single eyelid, i.e. an eyelid with no crease.
The "artificial beauty" Hao Lulu underwent this procedure.
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