The most important rule to be considered in this method is, just as in hair transplantation, to draw the eyebrow area to be transplanted naturally and in a way that best fits the person’s face and to apply transplantation accordingly. While making this drawing, the anatomical features of the person should be kept in the foreground.
Small scabs occur for 1 week after eyebrow transplantation. Some of the transplanted eyebrows are shed for up to 3 months. After 3 months, they begin to grow slowly.
After 1 year, the transplanted eyebrows take their final form. The grafts taken from the hair for eyebrow transplantation can grow like hair after being transplanted to the eyebrow area, it is necessary to cut and shape them at intervals such as 15 days. After 1 year, the transplanted grafts begin to gain the characteristics of the transplanted area, so the growth of the eyebrows will slow down and the need for cutting for shaping will gradually decrease.