Forehead wrinkles are the horizontal lines across your forehead. Parts of our face that we move a lot are particularly susceptible to wrinkles - and the forehead is an expressive part of us - as we raise our eyebrows, we frown, we furrow our brows… All of these repetitive movements can, over time, result in forehead wrinkles. The “elevens” are the two vertical lines that form between your eyebrows so called because they look like the digit.
Wrinkles are grouped into two different categories: dynamic and static. Dynamic wrinkles appear when you make repetitive facial movements, like smiling or squinting. These often fade after your facial expression changes. Static wrinkles, on the other hand, leave their traces while your face is at rest.