First I’m sorry it took forever. Ive had a lot going on and its taken the back burner.
10 months have past since the transplant and I’m very happy with my eyebrows, they look normal. They grow quite fast, I trim them once a week. But that’s ok. It doesn’t bother me. I noticed that they have tamed down, as opposed to at the beginning where they would grow straight out. I still apply hair paste to it, when I do my make up, to make sure all strands are laying low. And I fill the little gaps here and there with make up. I started wearing my hair back again, pulled away from my face, because my eyebrows are shaping my face. I look younger too. The only negative part is that because I need to cut them, when you look at me from the side, you do see them standing up a little bit. Not the best look. But its such a small price to pay to get eyebrows back. And a lot of people have bushy eyebrows so it passes very well, and kinda just looks like a normal thing. I’m just not used to it, because my real eyebrows were fine and contoured my face naturally. But this being said, I have zero regrets. The people who would notice are usually extremely close to my face and know I did this. Otherwise, no one will be able to tell or said anything.
Larissa has asked me to send in some professional photos, I have myself tentatively scheduled to take some this week. I will do my best to post something new. Until then all I have is my iphone photos here.
First photo is without make up first thing in the morning.
The second is with foundation, hair paste (to tame it down) and pencil to fill in a little bit (but i did this fast and depending on where I’m going, I sometimes go a little darker with my eyebrow pencil) I’m just showing you what it looks like as natural as possible. because lets face it, we all want to look good natural.
And last shot is a profile so you can see what I mean by the cutting and the lift away from the face.
that’s it for now.
Hope this helps ladies!
Do it, honestly if you’re really obsessed with your eyebrows, its a no brainer..lots of patience when you do it for a good 4 months, but then its smooth sailing.