problems in Eyebrow Design
Eyebrows are the most expressive feature and create a masterline of the face. It is the reference point towards which all other angles and contours of the face are set. Hair transplantation for eyebrow loss was pioneered by Dr. Okuda ( Japan ) in 1939 and thereafter has been performed for many years. Restoring eyebrows have now become a very popular procedure due to the refinement of technique and outstanding results.
Problem 1 - Asymmetry
Though a small area eyebrow transplant demands high precision in design. First requirement is symmetry.
Problem 2 - Not Match Facial Features
Eyebrows are an essential feature of the face because they give the shape of the face and form the facial features of the eye, nose, cheeks, mouth, and chin. Eyebrows are one of some facial features that can be shaped to enhance the beauty of the face. It is essential to consider the type of face and eyes. The ideal eyebrow shape should closely related to the 6 different shapes of the face: Square, Round, Triangle, Oval Heart, Rectangle. The skeletal structure of the face also determines the basic eyebrow shape. The most pleasing result cannot be achieved if new eyebrows do not match all facial features.
Problem 3 - Change of Mind
We have created eyebrows according to patients' instruction. Procedure went well and they were happy on going home. However after receiving comments from friends and relatives, they changed their mind about what they liked. After a few days they returned requesting to alter the shape, which is impossible.
Solution - Perfect Eyebrow Package
Ttell us the shape and pattern you desire, or our beauty consultant Sara is delighted to help.
Sara is a certified beautician with years of experience. She will design eyebrows to best match your facial features. You are welcomed to ask your friends and family for comment till you are fully satisfied with the new look.
Book For Procedure
We give you plenty of time to think about the procedure. Once make up your mind you can simply call to make a booking.
Most procedures can be completed in 3 to 4 hours under local aneathesia.