What Are Asymmetrical Eyes? Is This Condition Normal?

A person who has asymmetrical eyes is average. Also, the asymmetrical eyes rarely give a reason to concern. Having facial asymmetry is common. Also, there is no such norm to have a symmetrical face. On the other hand, a person having asymmetrical eyes is also rarely noticeable.


Uneven eyes or asymmetrical eyes (ตา ไม่ เท่า กัน, which is the term in Thai) may occur due to changes in the skin. It happens as a part of natural aging. Asymmetrical eyes caused due to a medical condition are a rare thing to happen.

Uneven Eyes Treatment

In most cases, there is no need for treatment for asymmetrical eyes. Treatment is a personal preference even if there is an underlying medical problem that needs treatment. You can also treat the asymmetry if it is messing with your vision.

There are plenty of things you can do to make your eyes look more symmetrical. They range from at-home beauty tricks to nonsurgical and surgical cosmetic procedures.


Makeup could be able to make the eyes look more symmetrical. Shading, contouring, and other tools may draw attention to specific characteristics and create a balanced appearance.

Powder or an eyebrow pencil will help level out the look of your eyebrows, making your eyes seem more even.

There are free video guides available to assist you with this. Many beauty and department stores employ makeup cosmeticians and artists who can demonstrate how to use cosmetics to improve your features.

Brow Lift

A brow lift, also known as a forehead lift or a forehead rejuvenation, is a surgical treatment that raises the brows. It is done under general anesthesia by a cosmetic surgeon. A brow lift can be performed using a variety of surgical procedures, including:

  • Endoscopic Brow Lift
  • Coronal Brow Lift
  • Hairline Brow Lift

It would help if you remembered the complications associated with the above surgical medical operations, such as inflammation, scarring, and bleeding.


Botox can be used as a temporary fix for asymmetrical eyes. Sometimes, it is a person’s asymmetrical brows that cause the eyes to look crooked. Asymmetry of the brows is prevalent. Botox is a nonsurgical alternative to brow lift procedure.

Botox is an injectable fluid that helps in muscle relaxation. It can be inserted into the skin under the brow to relax and develop a balanced appearance. The effects of botox usually last about four months.


Asymmetrical eyes are considered natural and are rarely a cause for alarm. We are always the harshest on ourselves, but odds are no one realizes the asymmetry. Consult a doctor if you are unsure about the source of the asymmetry or if you have any symptoms.