There is hope for people without a naturally bushy bush: That hope is a pubic hair transplant.
While Brazilian wax may be popular with some, the lack of naturally-growing pubic hair is disturbing to others. In those cases, micrograft technology can provide a solution. A thin strip of scalp is harvested and the skin divided onto pieces that contain 1-3 hair bulbs each.
The transplant area is prepared by making tiny receiving holes with a scalpel or laser. Natural pubic patterns are mimicked in order to give the recipient a pleasing result, hopefully with less vigorous growth than that of the models in above video of the pubic hair fashion show.
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Follicle Micrografting Adds Volume to Barren Bushlands
- By: Katie CordreyJul 15, 2009