It is essential to understand the standard shape and patterns of eyebrows to recreate the forms. Structurally, the eyebrows divided into three parts; the medial portion is the head; the central portion is the body, and the lateral portion is the tail. An arch occurs along the eyebrow in women. The direction and density of hair are different in each of these parts. Generally, we do transplant 200-250 grafts into each eyebrow — the grafts extracted from the occipital donor area as with an FUE procedure. The grafts should be with single follicles; multiple grafts not suitable for eyebrow transplantation. The multiple grafts can be dissected into separate follicles under the microscope if needed. Incisions in the recipient zone have to be angled acutely to ensure that the hairs lay flat against the skin and don’t stay out. Patients have warned that the hair will grow long like natural scalp hair, and they will have to trim them to the desired length regularly. Most patients get excellent results and are incredibly grateful.