hi i am a 21 yr. asian female. my interests in eyebrow transplants are cosmetic- currently i would say i have full (and healthy!), but fine eyebrows as a result of genetics- i am looking for much denser, thicker and longer eyebrows. . from my research, i find myself mostly concerned with the naturalness of the final appearance.
if i choose to pursue an eyebrow transplant, would it be difficult to achieve a thicker, denser, longer, slightly wild fullness with naturalness? i feel like i might have a better chance since there has been no trauma or illness, and the density of my donor areas are quite full and healthy. is the brow transplant a reasonable idea? for instance, would there be an issue with my natural fine eyebrow hairs and the new transplanted follicles? would that look strange?
also this may seem like a strange question, but hair is hair: it seems like the angle of the brow is an issue for some women, so i’m wondering if it is possible for the surgeon to use pubic donor areas considering they are similar to angular brow growth?
thanks for your time, and i hope you can get back to me soon!
The fundamental concept of a hair transplant surgery is moving hair from one part of the body to another part of the body. Thus, you can transplant your pubic hair to your eyebrow. I do not know what your pubic hair looks like, but in general pubic hair is more coarse and kinky than eyebrow hair. We routinely perform transplants of scalp hair to the eyebrow. The angle and the direction of the transplanted hair is related to the angle and the direction of how the surgeon makes the incision for the transplant. It is not a function of the hair, as it is on your pubic area.