Eyebrow Transplants

    We've all been there. You pluck one eyebrow, and then you do the other, but they're not quite even. So, you pluck a few strays off the fuller one, and then clean up the other ... and suddenly, you look permanently surprised for the next month or two while they grow back in. Unless you're super handy with the eyebrow pencil, but even then, you'd better hope you don't get invited to a pool party. So what's the obvious solution? Eyebrow transplants!

    Okay, in all honesty, if the overplucking is a one-time event, this probably isn't for you. However, if you've been plucking and waxing for years, or are lacking brows for any other reason, this could be an option.

    Bosley offers eyebrow transplants as a simple procedure, and their before and after photos are pretty convincing (read on to see some of them). However, since we have no trouble growing full, Brooke Shields-esque brows, we'll have to pass. As a matter of fact, we're off to ward off a unibrow right now.

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    Patient Kelly Becker was born with almost no brow hair, so she underwent the "Restore" treatment.

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    Here's the after photo - looks pretty good to us!

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    Patient Tara Bilbao was looking for a fuller brow line.

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    Here's her after photo -- it certainly looks better to us. What do you think?

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    Patient Leone Izumi was trying the "restore" treatment to undo some of the damage she'd done through plucking over the years.

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    Her brows are certainly more shapely. The question is: Are better brows worth surgery?

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