Eyelid sentence example

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  • Red inside eyelid, shown in bloodhounds and St Bernards.
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  • Seborrhoeic blepharitis is also a disease of the anterior eyelid margin and is caused by excessive sebum.
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  • If George ' dubya ' Bush looked a little weepy at the US presidential inauguration, nobody batted an eyelid.
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  • In them areas are found whence stimuli excite movements of this or that finger alone, of the upper lip without the lower, of the tip only of the tongue, or of one upper eyelid by itself.
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  • There is also pain in the eyelid, redness of the eye, and flow of tears.
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  • When this is shown to be the case, eyelid catalepsy has been achieved.
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  • The top procedure for them was breast enlargement, followed by eyelid surgery.
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  • He had a drooping left eyelid that covered half of the eye which rendered him a rather sinister appearance.
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  • Without batting an eyelid, R looked up & said, you have only got 5 minutes mate!
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  • Facial weakness interferes with the ability to close the eyelid normally.
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  • Cats have a third eyelid at the inner corner of the eye.
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  • Within a few hours he developed a bumpy rash on one cheek and a swollen pink eyelid.
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  • They are applied inside the lower eyelid to produce a local effect directly on the eye.
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  • Don't try to tape the eye straight after applying gel or drops as these make the eyelid greasy and the tape wont stick.
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  • On examination, the eyelid margins are thickened, slightly inflamed and crusty.
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  • Signs include eyelid retraction, conjunctival redness and swelling, proptosis (either unilateral or bilateral ), periorbital edema, and ophthalmoplegia.
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  • He too spooks at things like birds & leaves yet wo n't bat an eyelid at a tractor.
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  • Although white eyeliner can be used in a retro-like fashion when applied as a thin line across the upper eyelid, applying eyeliner in an inverted v-shape on the inner corner of the eye will instantly make eyes appear large and wide awake.
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  • Apply the nude eye shadow on the eyelid and into the crease, sweeping the shadow slightly out at the outermost corner of the eye towards the brow.
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  • Growths on the eyelid that are not red and painful are usually cysts and should be evaluated by a doctor.
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  • Rubbing the eyes, especially when the sty is oozing pus, can spread the infection along the eyelid and cause other styes.
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  • Styes appear as red bumps on the eyelid and may cause itching or tearing.
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  • Though chalazia may appear as large unsightly lumps deep within the eyelid, they are usually not painful.
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  • It is important to call the doctor if the child has a fever, pain in the eye, swelling or redness over the entire eyelid, or a painful sty persists for one to two weeks.
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  • The doctor determines whether a child has a sty by visually examining the appearance of the eyelid.
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  • If the bump is hard and is located deep within the eyelid, it probably is a chalazion.
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  • The warm washcloth is applied to the eyelid of the closed eye for 10 to 15 minutes three to four times a day.
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  • This can irritate the eyelid further and spread the bacteria.
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  • Some doctors recommend using over-the-counter eye washes, such as Bausch and Lomb Eye Wash or Collyrium Eye Wash, or medicated pads made especially for the eyes to clean around the eyelid.
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  • Others suggest washing the eyelid and the eyelash area with a mild soap wash, made from equal parts of baby shampoo and water.
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  • This is swabbed on the eyelid with a cotton ball.
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  • Both Staphylococcus blepharitis and recurring styes can cause scarring of the eyelid.
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  • Chalazion-A condition in which clogging of the Meibomiam gland causes a cyst inside the eyelid.
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  • Sty-An external hordeolum caused by an infection of an oil gland on the eyelid.
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  • Conjunctivitis is the inflammation of the conjunctiva, a thin, delicate membrane that covers the eyeball and lines the eyelid.
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  • In such cases, a small sore develops on the palpebral conjunctiva (the membrane lining the inner eyelid) and is often accompanied by conjunctivitis (inflammation of the membrane) and swollen lymph nodes in front of the ear.
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  • If pinta spreads to the eyes, irreversible eyelid deformities may persist.
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  • Seventh cranial nerve endings control neck, eyelid, and forehead muscles; are responsible for facial expression, the secretion of saliva, the volume at which sound is perceived; and a myriad of other functions.
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  • However, ptosis is rarely related to the development of amblyopia, unless the droopy eyelid completely obscures the pupil.
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  • It is present at birth, and children exhibit severe contractures of the joints, resulting in limb deformity; spinal curvature; deformities of the chest wall; difficulties breathing; abnormally small jaw; and upper eyelid droop (ptosis).
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  • Permanent eye makeup may be tattooed onto the upper eyelid and lower eyelid.
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  • With eyelid tattoos, people are able to close their eyes and reveal a hidden picture for onlookers.
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  • In contact with the eye, it may cause swelling of the eyelid and conjunctivitis.
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  • A twitching muscle in the eyelid is extremely common.
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  • Be sure to clean your eyelid area with a damp towel or brush before application.
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  • Apply the medium shade to your main eyelid and use your finger to blend where the two colors meet.
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  • For a quick basic application, you apply the highlighter over the entire upper eye socket, from the eyelid to the brow.
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  • Next, you will use the contour shade starting at the outer corner of only the eyelid.
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  • Contour the cheekbones, the eyelid, the jaw line, as that enhances your features.
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  • I like using a darker eyeliner on the top of the eyelid, like a black or a dark brown.
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  • My suggestion is to try cream, champagne or apricot shadow for the base, covering your whole eyelid.
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  • I too have brown eyes and my signature look is to use a shimmery cream or eggshell for the entire eyelid first, then blend a dark brown or plum in the crease.
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  • I too have brown eyes and my signature look is to use a base color in cream or eggshell for the entire eyelid first, then blend a dark brown or plum in the crease.
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  • Choose a cream, champagne or apricot shadow for the base, covering your whole eyelid.
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  • Lastly, apply the deepest shade on the lowest part of the eyelid.
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  • Applying it over the entire eyelid will ensure your makeup stays put.
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  • It contains loose mineral pigments and goes on the eyelid lightly and smoothly.
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  • Start blending at the middle of the eyelid where you softened your contour color and simply blend the eye shadow into your contour color.
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  • Be mindful not to go too close to the inner corner of your eyelid with the medium color as it can make the eyelid look too heavy.
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  • Start blending at the inner corner of your eyelid, blending lightly toward mid-eyelid into your medium eye shadow.
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  • Complete the "smoky eye" look by taking your highlight eye shadow from the lash line at the inner corner of the eyelid up towards your brow line while also blending down from the brow into the other eye shadows.
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  • To complete this new look simply highlight your entire brow line from the inner corner of your eyelid with a shimmer eye shadow such as Shroom or Rice Paper.
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  • Then take your light shadow as a the highlight from the inner corner of the eyelid, blending toward the brow line while blending your highlight down into your other eye shadows to soften the look.
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  • With your liquid eyeliner, draw a line starting midway on your eyelid till the end, sweep up the corners.
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  • Using a brush or a sponge applicator, apply the base color eye shadow on the eyelid and all over the crease (about halfway up to the brows).
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  • Now, half-close eyes and apply the contour color in the crease of the eyelid.
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  • Taking a medium-sized soft round brush (a flat one can also be used as long as it's held sideways), blend the eye shadows on the upper eyelid.
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  • With the flat brush, blend the eye shadows on the lower eyelid.
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  • Prior to applying any color to the eyelid, use an eye shadow base, such as First Base or Second Base by Too Faced.
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  • One side is flat, wide and perfect for applying color to the entire eyelid.
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  • Use a deeper shade of brown or taupe to lightly fill in the crease of the eyelid.
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  • Highlighting creams can be applied to the upper eyelid and clear up to the brow bone to help reflect and enlarge the eyes.
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  • A hooded eyelid is defined as a lid that is large without any shape or definition.
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  • The following Asian eye makeup tips will help you create the look of an open and lifted eyelid while enhancing your eye color and adding sexy appeal.
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  • This can be achieved by stroking a dark eye shadow in what would typically be the crease of an eyelid.
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  • Lining Asian eyes is a great way to enhance and draw attention to the eye area and distract from the hooded eyelid.
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  • A black liquid eyeliner can be applied on the top of the eyelid in a cat eye style to help lift the hooded lid while adding curve to the spherical shape.
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  • Bright trendy eye shadows look great on hooded eyes and help distract from they heavy eyelid.
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  • Always start at the outer corner of the eyelid and sweep color inward rather than outward to prevent an unrealistic and telltale shadow line.
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  • Black liner tends to age the eyes, especially when a thick line is placed on the eyelid.
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  • White eyeliner or shadow can be used on the eyelid, too.
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  • Dark hues should be applied merely for contrast with a lighter color, or for a single vivid hue at the depth of the eyelid.
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  • Twilight eyelid primer goes on as a colorless, nude foundation.
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  • Foreshadow Eyelid Primer can be applied with a brush or fingertips.
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  • Begin with a color like vanilla or nude as the primary shadow, and then work a matte brown or taupe to the outer corner of your eyelid.
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  • Apply your foundation as you normally would to your face, and apply an eyelid primer to your eyes.
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  • Primer is an essential part of creating a smooth look on the surface of your eyelid.
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  • Use the shadow to totally color your complete eyelid as well as the area above your eyelid up to your brow bone, which is just under your eyebrow.
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  • To apply this shadow, use a fluffy makeup brush designed for the eyes, dab the brush to get some color, tap the brush off lightly, and apply right to your eyelid.
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  • Once the eyelid is completely shaded, use the same brush to fill in the area below the eyebrow, making sure to follow the natural arch of your eyebrow.
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  • After you have created the small flick, extend the line down smoothly from the top of the flick back to the original line you started on your eyelid.
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  • The eyeliner line should be a thick application on the outer corner of the eyelid and gradually thin as you work your way in to the inner corner.
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  • Next, cover your entire eyelid with a base color.
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  • Cover the entire eyelid with shadow and blend several times to create a flawless base.
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  • Next, apply a deeper color in the crease of your eyelid.
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  • Apply a thin line on the bottom eyelid, and follow up with two to three coats of black mascara.
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  • The color lasts fairly well, but Origins also offers an eyelid primer to smooth over your lids before adding color.
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  • Cover your eyelid and highlight your brow bone.
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  • To create contour with the darkest shade of shadow, start at the outer corner of the eye just above the top lashes, and then sweep your finger or brush along the eyelid where the brow bone hits the crease.
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  • Move your fingertip or brush in a semi-circle from the outer corner of the eye inward toward the center of the eyelid.
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  • Blend well, making sure not to darken the innermost part of the eyelid.
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  • If you want to improve the appearance of droopy eyes, apply eyeshadow to the outer corner of the eyelid and spread it up.
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  • Hold your eyelid with one hand and the eyeliner with the other hand.
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  • With a steady hand start at the outer corner of the eye and work your way in the center of the eyelid.
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  • Sweep the highlighter over the entire eyelid if wearing only one color.
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  • You can achieve a fun pink and purple look by applying Ego from the inner corner through the center of the eyelid, Stars 'N' Rockets in the outer third, and Nocturnelle in the crease.
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  • The last color in the container reads, "Eyelid."
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  • I applied this color to about ¼ of my eyelid.
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  • Then I flipped over the sponge brush and tapped the brush onto the dark powder marked, "Eyelid."
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  • Staying in the same color palette, apply a darker shadow on the outer corner of the eyelid.
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  • Use a medium shade, such as apricot, tan, or taupe on the eyelid.
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  • Sweep the highlighter all over the eyelid.
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  • Finish the eyeshadow look by applying soft pink shadow to the top of the eyelid under the brow bone.
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  • Cover the eyelid entirely leaving only a small strip at the top of the eyelid.
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  • Park your elbows on a stable surface, look directly into a large mirror and use one hand to gently pull your eyelid taut while drawing with the other.
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  • Roll eyeliner close to the eyelid keeping the line close to the lash line.
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  • I applied one of the highlighter colors to my lower eyelid.
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  • You can lightly spray over your eyelid for a soft wash of color, or concentrate more color in the crease for a defined, smoky look.
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  • Look in the mirror, placing the end of the brush on the inner corner of your eyelid.
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  • In an even stroke, sweep the brush across your eyelid along the base of your eyelashes.
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  • Most women choose to line the bottom eyelid with a softer shade.
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  • You can use a rich bronze eye shadow and simply apply to the top eyelid for emphasis, or use the shadow on the upper lid, in the crease, and under the lower lashes and smudge to create a sexy, smoky look.
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  • Today, Fawcett has admitted to having lip injections, cheek implants, a brow lift, a nose job and eyelid surgery.
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  • This breed is also known to suffer from eyelid problems, progressive retinal atrophy (PRA), boils on the lip and tumors.
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  • Also they can slide off the cornea and become hidden under the eyelid.
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  • Hold your bottom eyelid open with your middle finger, and pull your upper eyelid open with your other hand.
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  • More to the point, sunshine has been linked to macular degenerative disease, eyelid cancer, pterygium and keratitis.
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  • Look downward, and with your least dominant hand, you will need to hold back your top eyelid, and with the index or middle finger of your dominant hand you will need to gently slide the lens to the corner of your eye.
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  • You may consider practicing holding your eyelid while relaxing your eye so that you do not blink as often.
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  • The conjunctiva is the clear mucous membrane that lines the inside of the eyelid and covers the white part (sclera) of the eye.
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  • Surgery can be used for corneal transplantation or to correct eyelid deformities.
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  • Allergic conjunctivitis-Inflammation of the membrane lining the eyelid and covering the eyeball; congestion of the conjunctiva, with mucus secretion.
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  • An infant also may have a drooping eyelid on the opposite side of the body from the affected hand.
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  • If a painful sore appears on the child's eyelid, eye surface, or on the end of his nose, call the pediatrician right away.
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  • An internal hordeolum is an infection deeper inside the eyelid.
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  • A chalazion is an inflammation or blockage of the deep oil glands within the eyelid that develops into a small hard mass.
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  • The eye may water and itch, and the eyelid may be swollen and painful.
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  • Chalazia develop within the Meibomian glands, or oil glands of the eyelid.
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  • If the oil gland is blocked and inflammation spreads beyond the eyelid, the condition can interfere with vision.
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  • Ablepharus, the lower eyelid is transformed into a transparent cover which is fused with the rim of the reduced upper lid.
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  • Seps, of the Mediterranean countries and south-western Asia, has a transparent disk on the lower eyelid which is movable; limbs very short or reduced to mere vestiges.
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  • The irritation of the conjunctiva caused by dust leads to winking of the eyelids, lachrymation and rubbing, which tend to remove it; but after the dust has been removed violent rubbing tends rather to keep up the irritation; and sometimes, if the particle of dust remains under the eyelid and is sharp and angular, the process of rubbing may cause it to injure the conjunctiva much more than if it were left alone.
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  • When the second division of the nerve is affected the pain is chiefly in the cheek and upper jaw, the painful points being immediately below the lower eyelid, over the cheek bone, and about the upper lip. When the third division of the nerve suffers the pain affects the lower jaw, and the chief painful points are in front of the ear and about the chin.
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  • The eye is provided with a nictitating membrane or third eyelid, at the base of which open the ducts of the Harderian gland.
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  • Botox (Botulinum toxin) injections can temporarily control the eye movements, but because of side effects such as double vision and ptosis or drooping of the eyelid, and because it is not a permanent solution, Botox is not used often.
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