The mysteries of the squint

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This is a normal squint on a guy with somewhat defined inner canthus



Here is a relaxed pic of Brad but notice how when he squints also his inner eye goes into it



 

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No seriously I need to know what causes this
 

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Rookie said:
This is a normal squint on a guy with somewhat defined inner canthus



Here is a relaxed pic of Brad but notice how when he squints also his inner eye goes into it




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Rookie said:
Mughal said:
What's your question?

How do you get the inner part to narrow down when you squint?

They both seem to have a positive canthal tilt (an angle like in the picture below):



So naturally when they squint, it'll be more emphasized because lower eyelids move up, while the medial canthus doesn't change its position. The guy in the first picture isn't squinting enough or at all, compared to Brad Pitt.
 
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