Lateral orbital rim
The lateral orbital rim or lateral orbital margin is the inner border of the lateral eye socket.
Pronounced lateral orbital rim protrusion[edit | edit source]
Attractive people have protruded lateral orbital rims. This includes Nash Grier. Lateral orbital rims makes the lateral upper eyelids more pronounced. Some think that the aesthetic upper eyelids on Lachowski is due to the adipose tissue or muscle tone underneath. But in reality bone structure (how protruded the lateral orbital rims are) plays a large influence.
Protruded lateral orbital rims is associated with cheekbone protrusion. This may therefore make lateral orbital rim protrusion difficult to tell, as those two may cancel out.
Lateral orbital rim protrusion may reduce peripheral vision. One counterargument is that infraorbital rim protrusion and supraorbital rim protrusion reduce peripheral vision too.