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Eyebrow Transplantation

What Are Eyebrow Transplants? Eyebrow transplants are a procedure where a cosmetic surgeon takes a graft of hair (plug). The surgeon takes the graft with both the hair and its roots (follicle) and moves it to the eyebrow area. The hair graft is usually removed from the nape of your neck or the area around your ear. Once the hair grafts are removed, they’re placed in a storage container with a chilled saline solution for up to an hour before they are implanted in your eyebrows by the surgeon. Eyebrow transplants are usually done under local anesthesia, so you won’t feel anything during the procedure.‌ After the procedure is done, the area is left open and a crust starts to form around the newly transplanted follicles. These crusts are a normal part of the healing process and should fall off after a few days. Eyebrows play an important role in framing your face. Genetics can play a role in the look and fullness of your brows — some people are born with thick, ample eyebrow hair, while others have thin, sparser hairs above their eyes. People who don’t have a lot of eyebrow hair often make them appear fuller or thicker by filling in their eyebrows with cosmetic products. Eyebrows don’t only serve a cosmetic purpose, however — they divert moisture like droplets and sweat away from your eyes. ‌ Eyebrow hair loss can happen for several reasons. Certain medications, injuries, medical conditions, or even taking some vitamins excessively might cause you to lose eyebrow hair. ‌ People who have little to no eyebrow hair might want to change their appearance. In these cases, eyebrow transplants could be an option to help alter the appearance of your brows and make them look fuller.