New York, NY (PRWEB) November 13, 2012
Facial plastic surgeon and hair restoration expert Dr. Jeffrey Epstein was recently featured in the New York Post regarding the popular new trend in women’s eyebrows for a fuller, more natural look. The less arched lowbrow is being referred to as “The Megan” after Megan Fox’s more natural eyebrows and its popularity is being compared to Jennifer Aniston’s mid-1990’s hairstyle termed “The Rachel”.
“The look is incredibly popular,” Dr. Epstein is quoted as saying. “It’s an amazing look to re-create… The hairs go straight up at the head of her eyebrow and then go into a more crosshatch pattern as they taper off laterally.” Other desirable celebrity eyebrows cited include the Kardashians and Kate Middleton.
This is a more natural, even bushier look than we’ve seen in recent years, which can be difficult if not impossible for women with thin, overplucked eyebrows to achieve. Fortunately for those who have been overplucking for years, Dr. Epstein can perform the eyebrow transplant using hair taken from the patient’s own scalp. He has seen a recent rise in demand for these procedures at his New York and Miami offices where he now performs about 12 to 15 eyebrow transplants each month.
Dr. Jeffrey Epstein is a world renowned facial plastic surgeon and hair restoration expert with particular expertise in eyebrow transplant surgery, microscopic follicular unit grafting, facial hair work, hair loss in women, large hair transplant procedures, and the repair of prior hair transplants. Dr. Epstein is triple board certified in facial plastic and reconstructive surgery, hair restoration surgery, and otolaryngology – head and neck surgery. He was recently named one of the Best Surgeons in America and is listed in Castle Connolly’s Top Doctor Guide. He has offices in New York City and Miami, Florida. To contact Dr. Epstein or to learn more about the eyebrow transplant, call (212) 759-3484 in New York or (305) 666-1774 in Miami or visit us online at http://www.eyebrowtransplantation.com. To read the New York Post article in full, visit: http://www.nypost.com/p/entertainment/fashion/would_you_pay_for_these_brows_oyz6AXF5BDSw11qXuEYNlN/1