Rejuvenation of the upper face is a key component of overall facial rejuvenation. The upper face is probably the most important purveyor of our sense of well-being and our primary transmittal of nonverbal social interaction. There are many aspects to the aging changes in the area. Central to these concerns is the level and shape of the eyebrow. Ptosis of the lateral brow begins at a relatively young age and tends to worsen over time. This article describes an adaptation of modifiable techniques to address focal issues of the lateral eyebrow.