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Can you Get Hair Implants on your Forehead?

Can you Get Hair Implants on your Forehead?


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Hair implants is a surgical procedure that can add hair back on the scalp and on the forehead. It’s performed by taking hair from thicker sections of the scalp, or from other parts of the body, and this application of hair is called “grafting.” But can you get hair implants on your forehead? Let’s find out:

Can you Get Hair Implants on your Forehead

Grafting is done in thinning or balding areas of the scalp. These days, hair implants is gaining popularity and many people are using hair transplant to regain their youth and self confidence. We can see many famous Bollywood stars who have used hair transplant to conceal baldness and hair thinning. The good news is, even women can make the most of this procedure and enjoy voluminous and thick hair. Today, we’re going to learn if hair implants can be performed on forehead.

1. Women can also get hair implants: Often people associate hair implants with men, but the game is changing these days. There is a rise in women undergoing this procedure by 27% according to sources. Women who have thinner hair around the forehead can also opt for this surgical treatment. According to client reviews, the results are so natural that it’s hardly noticeable.
2. There are two methods of hair implants: There are two ways of hair transplant, strip harvesting or follicular unit extraction (FUE). In strip harvesting, the skin strips with healthy hair growth are placed on balding areas. It is also the most preferred type of implants and leaves a tiny scar behind. the best part this procedure promises recovery within two weeks. Follicular unit extraction or FUE can be done in one or several sittings. It is a manual process and is time consuming, but it claims to provide natural results and promises no scars. In this method, hair clusters are manually removed along with their roots and are planted at the hairless area. This is a costly procedure compared to strip harvesting and consumes more time.

Can you Get Hair Implants on your Forehead?

Yes, you can get implants on forehead. Mostly women thin out from forehead area and many desire for fuller hair and better hair-line. You can even draw the hairline according to your wish and ask your doctor’s suggestion. Surprisingly, hair implants can be done on eyebrows too!

Cost of Hair Implants:

Since it is a cosmetic surgery, it will cost you quite a lot. The place and region also determines the cost of the procedure. In India, it may generally cost from 40,000-200,000 INR exclusive of the medications after the procedure. As it is a big step, we suggest visiting a reputed dermatologist to avoid any issues later or side effects later. The procedure can roughy take 6-8 hours. It is very important to get a family member/friend along to drop you home safely. The procedure is performed under local anaesthesia. You may not notice any results initially as it takes 6-8 months for the hair to grow to that length.

Hope this article clears your mind regarding hair implants, we wish you beautiful hair. Thanks for reading!

CHANEL Noir et Blanc Fall-Winter 2019

CHANEL Noir et Blanc Fall-Winter 2019

[productsample] The inspiration for this collection from Lucia Pica comes straight from a Gabrielle Chanel quote, “Women think of all colours except the absence of colour. I have said that black has it all. White too. Their beauty is absolute. It is the perfect harmony.” As someone whose wardrobe is predominantly black and white, I completely agree.

CHANEL Noir et Blanc Fall-Winter 2019

I love this return to a pared back colour palette – once again, CHANEL tips trends on their head by simplifying without reducing impact. There are only 15 products for fall-winter – you won’t be met with a wall of colours at counter because, while the collection does dip into dark and deep tones to sit alongside the crispness of white, they’re very in keeping with the theme.

CHANEL Noir et Blanc Fall-Winter 2019

My two favourites are the Rouge Coco Gloss in Crystal Clear (there’s also a black one called Laqua Noir), £28 and Ombre Premiere Top Coat in Carte Blanche (also available in a golden shade, Penombre), £28. Ombre Premiere is a multi-use product – you can use it as a topper for lids, lips or cheek bones and it gives a gleaming milky effect on the skin. The gloss – it goes without saying – is a shimmer shower of glistening lacquer – much easier to wear than its black counterpart and and easy win on its own or over any other colour.

CHANEL Noir et Blanc Fall-Winter 2019

Visceral reds are Lucia’s forte – Rouge Allure Velvet Extreme in Rouge Obscur, £31, fits the brief – vampy, deeply matte colour that doesn’t need anything surrounding it. There’s another, softer, pink based shade called Rose Nocturne.

CHANEL Noir et Blanc Fall-Winter 2019

There are two Les 4 Ombres palettes – this one, Modern Glamour, £44, and another black, white and silver version called Noir Supreme which looks to be a more difficult wear than this. Each of these shades work really well on their own so when I look at it I see four single shades rather than something I would attempt to blend together. I’ve put a bit of light on this picture so the colours really show through but they are slightly darker toned in reality. You can see a black nail polish in the corner – guess what? There’s also a white one! I’m not sure I want to attempt either, but you never know, these notoriously hard to get right colours might appeal at some point.

CHANEL Noir et Blanc Fall-Winter 2019

Lucia has taken reference from the French silver screen era and stage lighting from that time which really shows though especially if you think of a black and white film from that time and the colour nuance that you’d find with greys and sepia tones for example. Black and white, as a theme, is extremely versatile – it’s the 1960’s, the 1920’s, the future and the past – but keeping it relevant for ‘now’ is difficult. With the exception of the nails, everything in the CHANEL Noir et Blanc Fall-Winter 2019 collection is relevant and wearable.

CHANEL Noir et Blanc Fall-Winter 2019

Swatches, bottom to top: Rouge Allure Velvet Extreme Rouge Obscur, Rouge Coco Gloss Crystal Clear, Ombre Premier Top Coat Carte Blanche, Les 4 Ombres Modern Glamour. The collection launches on 2nd August.

*all products are sent to me as samples from brands and agencies unless otherwise stated. Affiliate links may be used. Posts are not affiliate driven.

Pat McGrath Labs Skin Fetish Sublime Perfection Foundation

Pat McGrath Labs Skin Fetish Sublime Perfection Foundation

[productsample/affiliatelink] Usually, I would never suggest that you can buy foundation on-line successfully unless you are absolutely sure of your shade, but I’ve spent some time going through the slider system that shows exact skin tones with suggested shades and think Pat McGrath Labs Skin Fetish Sublime Perfection Foundation is the exception to the rule.

Pat McGrath Labs Skin Fetish Sublime Perfection Foundation

I put my sample to the test on Wednesday, one of the hottest days we’ve had so far, and that was a good test day as it turned out because it felt completely weightless on my skin – exactly what was needed. Despite the fact I sweated through the day, when it came to removal there was still a fair amount left and showing up on the cotton square I used. You can build this formula from a light covering to a medium weight.

Pat McGrath Labs Skin Fetish Sublime Perfection Foundation

You can see from the gloss on the texture that it’s a serum formulation – a very great deal of thought has gone into this recipe making it appropriate for every age skin as well as offering 35 tones. As soon as I put the foundation on, I knew it was a skin care/make up hybrid just from the texture, prior to researching the ingredients. The serum complex boosts hydration using hyaluronic acid and ceramides – definitely a comfort wear. It’s also oil-free, and talc free.  

The sample shade I have is Light Medium 14 – it’s not quite the right shade for me (entirely my own fault for not using the slider and just random guessing) but it’s not so wrong that it couldn’t be put to the test for the day (yes, I’m going to order the right shade). The finish is natural, so neither glowy nor matte, and gives the perfecting coverage that you’d expect.

I’ve got a magnifying mirror and always check foundation for how well it sits on the skin without dropping into pores. It’s almost imperceptible with most foundations unless you’re staring hard into a magnifier, but once you get in close you can very often see that a formula is sitting on the surface and sinking wherever it gets the chance. That’s not the case with Skin Fetish. It’s £60- that’s a very considered purchase for most people, so do think about whether you can take a chance on a colour match (if you have colour adjust drops from another brand, that does give you a bit of leeway). Otherwise, I can’t not recommend it even at the price. You can find Pat McGrath Labs Skin Fetish Sublime Perfection Foundation HERE. For speed, use the slider system on the Pat McGrath Labs website HERE, and order from Selfridges when you’ve found your shade.

*all products are sent to me as samples from brands and agencies unless otherwise stated. Affiliate links may be used. Posts are not affiliate driven.

Morphe Lip Crayon TTFN Review

Morphe Lip Crayon TTFN Review


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