We report eyelid margin changes in 3 patients after docetaxel treatment for breast cancer. These patients were referred to Cincinnati Eye Institute for eyelash abnormalities and/or epiphora and all had been treated with docetaxel in the near past. The ophthalmic complaints started soon after chemotherapy. All 3 cases showed varying degrees of palpebral mucosal inflammation and cicatricial changes leading to marginal entropion. The first patient exhibited very prominent eyelid margin inflammation and diffuse trichiasis without madarosis. The second patient had extensive madarosis and abnormally curved, thin eyelashes with punctal and canalicular obstruction. Her marginal entropion was most prominent at the medial lower eyelids. The last patient showed significant lash misdirection in a scattered distribution and patchy madarosis along with pseudomembranes blocking the puncta. All of these eyelid abnormalities occurred soon after docetaxel treatment for advanced breast cancer. Such changes in the absence of questioning for previous docetaxel use in history taking.