Amber Rose is getting her major attention right now in lieu of her annual Slutwalk, a cause which aims to end rape as well as victim blaming and slut shaming of any sexual assault victims. Whether people agree with the movement or not, one thing they can agree on is that Rose knows how to get the word out and look bomb doing it. Her physique is thick and lovely, but we have always loved her luminous looking skin and perfectly shaped eyebrows. Fortunately, Amber is spilling her eyebrow hair transplant surgery secrets so that one and all can have amazing brows! She credits the office of Dr. Jason Diamond as being the source of her gorgeous beauty maintenance.
Amber Rose Reveals Eyebrow Hair Transplant Surgery Secrets!
“If you’re like me and suffer from extremely thin eyebrows that just wont’ grow hit up this amazing surgeon Dr. Champagne at Dr. Jason Diamond’s office. I got eyebrow transplant surgery about five months ago and they grew in full and bushy so I can arch them exactly the way I want them to fit my face!
No going under anesthesia! No cutting! I searched far and wide and found the perfect person to do this for me and now I want to share it with you guys. And no this is not an ad I’m just looking out for my guys and girls that share the same problem as me.”
So then, looking for a way to make your eyebrows look less sparse naturally? Eyebrow Hair Transplant Surgery is a great option because as Rose mentioned it is not invasive. Plus, you will not have to look like you are taking crayons to fill in your brows anymore.
The only downside is of course the price. On average the procedure can cost between $5000-$8,000. This would definitely be considered a beauty splurge!
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