I used electrolysis to shape my eyebrows. Now I wish to regrow new hairs to achieve the natural look I’ve destroyed. Any help for this situation?
If my understanding is correct, electrolysis when performed on hair and done correctly, will permanently remove it which means that your eyebrows most likely will not grow back. However, some hair restoration physicians specialize in eyebrow transplantation and repair which might be worth considering. The method of eyebrow hair transplantation involves the surgical removal of hair from other parts of your body (in most cases, hair from the sides and back of the scalp) and an insertion of them into tiny incisions made in your eyebrow area while carefully managing the direction and angle of the hair so it grows in naturally.
Like anything other surgery, there are risks and limitations that should be considered, so in your research and consultations with various physicians, be sure to learn everything you can about eyebrow transplants and then decide whether or not they are right for you.
A few eyebrow surgeons that come to mind off the top of my head and are definitely worth considering are Dr. Epstein of FL and NY and Dr. Keller of IL, both of which are recommended on the Hair Transplant Network.
I hope this helps get you started in your research.