Big eyebrows are back in a bold way – and many women are finding their once bushy brows are now sparse after years of plucking and waxing. For these women, few options are available to really make a difference – tattooing does not create a realistic brow and hair growth creams do not create fullness necessary for natural, lush looking brows.
Now, hair restoration specialists Bosley have created a solution for women who simply have to have the most beautiful and full brows possible! Bosley’s new treatment for eyebrows allows new hairs to be transplanted to your eyebrows grow in looking completely natural again! This technique is not only about thickness – Bosley doctors are actually able to artistically create a better arch, fill in bald spots, or reshape the existing eyebrow to create a whole new look. Below I have attached a press release detailing Bosley’s eyebrow transplant procedure and information on Bosley Hair Restoration.
New York, NY (November 12, 2008) – Style icons like Brooke Shields and Demi Moore have one thing in common- thick, pronounced eyebrows. From the runways in New York to the movie sets in LA, bold brows have made a huge comeback in 2008. And now there’s a solution for those unhappy with skinny brows. BOSLEY, known as the world’s most experienced hair restoration expert, now offers eyebrow transplantation. Permanent hair loss in the brow area can be corrected permanently with follicular unit transplantation, the same state-of-the-art technique used in hair transplantation for balding and thinning areas of the scalp.
The BOSLEY techniques yield natural results and can be performed in a simple in-office procedure. Hair is taken from a “donor area” at the back or sides of the scalp and artistically placed in the eyebrow area with attention to shape, thickness and appropriate degree of the arch. As with hair transplantation, the hair is dormant for three months before the new growth begins. Patients can easily repeat the procedure if additional fullness is desired. The results are permanent and plucking or dyeing does not affect the health of the transplanted hairs.
According to Anthony DiBiase, M.D., F.A.C.S. of BOSLEY’s New York office, “we are benefiting from our many years of experience in advancing hair restoration technology to help pioneer and expand the market to eyebrows, certainly one of the most important facial features that impacts expression and personality.” Eyebrows are something we take for granted, but when they are thin, absent or tattooed it’s the first thing you notice.