How long after hairline hair transplant can I do procedures to my face such as eyebrow microblading?

I would have liked to have both eyebrows and hairline transplanted but unfortunately it appears there is not enough donor area. So, I am thinking about microblading the eyebrows for now. How long can I do it after the hairline hair transplant? Or can I do it the day before the surgery?

Doctor Answers 3

Eyebrow Microblading

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Hello in Romania, thank you for posting.

There's no problem in having your eyebrows tatooed or microbladed before your hair transplant, or even the day before.  It will not cause any issues.  You can also have your eyebrows microbladed 2 weeks after your front hair line transplant without any issues.

You should avoid having your eyebrows done in the first two weeks AFTER your hair transplant, simply to avoid the risk of the technician resting her hands on your scalp where the hair grafts have been implanted, which may cause problems.

Good luck!



Toronto Plastic Surgeon
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Your case seem unique. It is best to discuss your goals and plans with the doctor that will be treating you

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Your case seem unique.  It is best to discuss your goals and plans with the doctor that will be treating you.  You can probably have mircro blading without issue but your doctor should definitely know about the plan.

Jae Pak, MD
Los Angeles Hair Restoration Surgeon
5.0 out of 5 stars 106 reviews

Spacing between surgeries

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Hairline and eyebrow surgery can be done after a month following a hair transplant behind the hairline but I don't understand why you say you don't have enough hair. Please explain

William Rassman, MD
Los Angeles Hair Restoration Surgeon
5.0 out of 5 stars 29 reviews

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