Brow lift, AKA a forehead lift, lifts tissues above the eyebrows to reverse the effects of gravity, tighten soft forehead tissue and give a better contour along the eyebrows, forehead and upper eyelids. An open brow lift is when a long incision is made across the forehead following the hairline or within a crease of the forehead. The skin is lifted from the underlying tissues and muscles are loosened to remove fat and excess skin. The remaining skin is pulled down and stitched into position. An endoscopic brow lift sees tiny incisions made on the scalp before inserting an endoscope to stretch the forehead tissues so the tissues can be anchored into place.