Fashion these days says eyebrows are strong, striking and even a little bushy.
But if you look in the mirror and can barely see yours, don't despair.
Help is at hand for those who plucked a little too enthusiastically when finely arched brows were all the rage.
The eyebrow transplant, previously carried out only in the U.S., is now available here. It takes several hours, sounds eyewateringly painful and costs about £2,000.
Bushy-browed Brooke Shields and barely-there Tyra Banks
But for those fearing they may run out of eyebrow pencil trying to look like the bushy-browed Brooke Shields or model Natalia Vodianova, it could be the answer.
During the procedure, hair is shaved from the back of the head and the follicles extracted.
The doctor makes tiny incisions to create the new eyebrow shape.
The holes are angled to indicate the direction the hair should grow. Individual hairs are then planted, follicle by follicle, into the holes. Up to 350 are needed for each brow.
Over the next month most of the hair will fall out. But it should regrow from the newly implanted follicle two months later.
Because the hair is taken from the head it grows much faster and needs trimming weekly.
About 100 operations were carried out in the UK last year.
Dr Greg Williams from the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons said: 'It is a treatment that was originally for burn victims and those with thinning eyebrows.
People might bring in pictures of how they used to look - or of celebrities that have particularly good eyebrows.'
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