Here's what I'm talking about:
English actor Tom Blyth
English actress Charlotte Rampling-- young and old, respetively
Irish actor Barry Keoghan
It looks somewhat East Asian but not quite, though there are still those who confuse people with eyes or eyelids like this, whatever it's called or however it's traditionally described, as being partly of East Asian descent because of it when they're not, just like all of the examples are not. It's not quite the same because most of the upper eyelid is hidden not because of an extra fold of skin attaching the eyelid to the bridge of the nose, like with East Asian eyelids, which makes their eyes not almond-shaped, but because of an extra-large orbital fat pad above the eye causing the skin up there to come down and cover most of the upper eyelid behind it, which is why their eyes remain clearly almond-shaped.
Anyway, I'm looking for a nontechnical word or term for this kind of eyes or eyelids or for describing them, something like how "bedroom eyes" is a term for the kind of eyes that appear perpetually heavy-lidded or half-shut. It's a common enough feature, especially among the English, that there must be some longstanding English term for it, like the aforementioned example "bedroom eyes" is an English term for that, or for describing it, like "bedroom" in that aforementioned example is the term for describing that. I just don't know what it is, and for all my googling, I haven't been able to find it because every search I can think of uses such words that I end up with a bunch of totally irrelevant search results.
So a little help, please?