Women are now having ‘Upside Down Botox’ to banish their resting b*tch face and ‘enhance positive expression’ – The Sun

WHAT jumps to mind when you think of Botox? Chances are, it's frozen foreheads and stunted expressions from where it's all too easy to go overboard.

However, it appears that there's a new trend happening in the world of "tweakments" (i.e. less invasive cosmetic procedures) and it's specifically meant to target the ol' resting b*tch face.

Writing for Glamour, beauty journalist Ashley Pearson tried out "Upside Down Botox" to try and stop herself looking "absolutely furious" in everyday life. Yep, we've all been there.

Ashley visited one of London's leading Botox doctors Mr Kambiz Golchin for the procedure which promises to lift the muscles around the neck and jaw.

Whereas a smooth forehead is a dead giveaway of Botox, this procedure doesn't interfere with  facial expressions and lifts the muscles instead of pulling them down.

Dr Golchin warned that strong muscles in the neck can pull down on your chin and neckine – resulting in a resting b*tch face.

Ashley wrote: "I try not to show my surprise when he pulls out a protractor in order to measure my face to ensure perfect symmetry.

"He also takes a series of photographs and draws on my jawline to get it exactly right."

Sharing before and after photos from the treatment, Ashley's chin looks noticeably more defined.

Dr Golchin also recommended smiling more in everyday life.

He said: "There is a link between facial expression and how the brain processes negative emotion – in other words, if you smile more than you will feel a difference in your mood."

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