When does the eyebrow hair grows after the eyebrow transplant?
Transplanted eyebrow hairs grow back normally 3 months after the operation. The eyebrows have the last shape after the process of 7-8 months. Just like the hair transplant, eyebrow hairs start to shed after 15 days of the operation. The shedding process continues for up to 3 months. After the third month, there is no matter of shedding of eyebrow hairs.
In the eyebrow transplant, eyebrow hairs start to grow fast because hair follicles are collected from the nape. For this reason, it will be beneficial to revise the ends by cutting at 15-day breaks. At the end of a year, the eyebrows adapt to the characteristics of the area where they are transplanted and their growth rate slows down. The need for cutting the hairs is reduced. After 1 year, as the eyebrows will begin to acquire the characteristics of the area where they are transplanted, their elongation speed will slow down and the need for revision will gradually decrease.