OUR OFFICIAL GUIDE TO WRINKLE SLANG
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Confused by all of the different terms for wrinkles? Why does your doctor call them ‘Crow’s feet”, yet all the magazines call them something else entirely? It’s hard to keep it all straight.
Weâ€™ve got your back with the Official Beauty In the Bag Guide to Wrinkle Slang.
Canthal lines.Â This is the medical name for theÂ clusters of tiny wrinkles and fine lines that formÂ aroundÂ theÂ outer corners ofÂ theÂ eyes.Â They are also called crowâ€™s feet, laugh lines and character lines.
Crowâ€™s feet.Â These areÂ clusters of tiny wrinkles and fine lines that formÂ aroundÂ theÂ outer corners ofÂ theÂ eyes. They are also known as la
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