So as one 2011 University of California, Irvine, study put it, “a clearly visible
limbal ring is a probabilistic indicator of both health and age.” Additionally, and
much more simply, fluttering eyelashes create more visible movement around the eye
with each blink and glance — which helps hold the attention of the beholder.
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