What are eyebrow transplants? Eyebrow transplants, also known as eyebrow implants, are a term used to describe the insertion of hair from various parts of the body into the eyebrow microblading Perth.
The answer is simple. Everybody wants to look normal, or as near normal as possible. It is a sad fact of life that nobody is born perfect. There are unfortunate people who, through no fault of their own, have been born with eyebrows which are so sparse that you can barely notice any eyebrows. Others are born with very thin eyebrows or eyebrow hairs which are so lightly pigmented that they do not seem to have eyebrows at all. There are yet others who have lost all or part of their eyebrows due to accident or disease, and desire to look normal. There will also be times when people want to stand out among their friends, and want to look better than normal by having thicker and better looking eyebrows.
Certain film stars like Brooke Shields who look especially good by virtue of their naturally attractive thick eyebrows have spawned a desire among ladies to get thick eyebrows as well, in the hope of looking more attractive to others.
Before newer techniques came on the scene, about the only way to get thick eyebrows was to pencil them in using tools such as eyebrow liners. The obvious advantage of this was the ability to change the style, slant and colour of the thick eyebrows, depending on the mood of the day. The disadvantage was, of course, that painted-on eyebrows did not look too natural, were temporary and troublesome to apply, and were nice and attractive only when viewed from a distance.
A more permanent way was to tattoo the eyebrows so that one could save oneself the trouble of having to spend hours trying to paint on sexy thick eyebrows which looked symmetrical and did not get smudged in the middle of your date. The disadvantage of this tattooing was again that the results were better-looking when view from a distance, and that close-up views of the tattooed eyebrows were not attractive, and tattooing was permanent. If you wanted to change your style, or suddenly decided that what you had was not what you really wanted, it was tough luck, mate – it was next to impossible to remove tattoo marks.
The slightly less permanent eyebrow embroidery was a bit better in the sense that the more superficial tattoos created in this procedure to get seemingly thick eyebrows would tend to fade off after a few years, so you could change your styles if you wanted, but then only after a few years.
Enter the eyebrow transplants. This procedure has been hailed as one of the better inventions to help people look more attractive with better and thicker eyebrows that were completely natural. Eyebrow transplants essentially involve the removal of hairs from elsewhere in the body and implanting them onto the eyebrow region, creating a new and better looking set of eyebrows. While the person with a hair transplant on the scalp is happy so long as his bald patch is covered, the person with the eyebrow transplant has her results showing on her face all the time, whenever she faces anybody. You just cannot hide your eyebrows! It is thus imperative that you choose your plastic surgeon well, and get a good aesthetic result from your eyebrow transplant.
The procedure of eyebrow transplant, while looking simple in theory, is technically a difficult, tedious and backbreaking procedure that takes hours to carry out. Thus you may not find all plastic surgeons willing to do this procedure.
In an eyebrow transplant procedure, a strip of coarse hair is harvested from the back of the scalp (for men’s eyebrows), or above the ears (for women’s eyebrows) under local anesthesia. The hairs are teased out individually and inserted into small cuts made on the carefully marked out recipient eyebrow transplant area. The angle of insertion as well as the orientation of the transplanted hair follicle to the surface of the skin and the face are extremely crucial to the aesthetics and success of the eyebrow transplant procedure.
Careful post-operative care is needed to ensure the viability of the eyebrow transplant. With good care, a person can expect to have beautifully shaped new and natural thick eyebrows within about 2 months.