Surgical Procedures

What You Need To Know About Eyebrow Transplants


Most of us have had our fair share of tweaking our eyebrows to fit a trend. Whether you like your eyebrows full and bushy or thin and barely there, all the work we do to try and get our brows to look best can do a number on their ability to grow.

A well-defined eyebrow that is the ideal width and length and compliments the face but can be challenging to achieve after years of tweezing, plucking and waxing. And even if you rely on microblading to create the look of more hair, laminating for faking fullness, or regrowth serums to encourage new hairs to form, at the end of the day, all these treatments must be repeated over and over since they are temporary solutions at best.

And that’s where an eyebrow transplant comes into play. 

Hair transplants for bald spots and thinning patches on the head is a surgery that most people are familiar with. But adding hair to other parts of the face, like the eyebrows, for example, flies a little more under the radar.

Even celebrities are getting honest about their brow transplants. Chrissy Tegan did it. So did celebrity hairstylist and founder of Ouai, Jen Atkin. While some celebrities are reluctant to go public with aesthetic surgeries and procedures they do, those who share their experiences make it appealing for the public to assess and understand the procedure. In the recent Hollywood Reporter interview, Beverly Hills facial plastic surgeon and the creator of Champagne Brows, Dr. Jason Champagne says: “The process starts by designing a patient’s dream brows.” The angle of the implants is a part of the art. “I’ve refined it, so the hair lays as flat as possible against the skin,” says Champagne. If done incorrectly, he says that “the hair can stick straight out of the face, and the only way to get rid of it is to do laser hair removal or electrolysis.”

No matter what, anytime your brows need a little help, be it in the trimming, shaping or just general maintenance department, trust them to a professional, especially if you’re debating whether to pull out the tweezers and do a number on them if that’s what got you here in the first place.

Jason Champagne,M.D.

9400 Brighton Way, Penthouse Suite
Beverly Hills, CA 90210


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