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She says at 15 she began to pluck her brows and by the time she was 19, her eyebrows began to stop growing back. When she was 25, she got eyebrow tattoos, but the tattoo lines began to bleed. She then tried microblading, but felt her brows looked "hard... and a little aged." She encourages others to keep their brows as natural as possible.
The actress was treated by plastic surgeon Dr. Jason Champagne, who explains the procedure is done in-office using hair harvested from the back the patient's head, which is then divided and transplanted into the eyebrow area to achieve the best shape for each patient.
The Doctors note this hair continues to grow like scalp hair and Meagan says she trims her brows every couple of days. She loves the results of her eyebrow transplant and says it has blessed her face and her career. "It's one of the best things I've ever done," she tells us.
Dr. Champagne says on average patients should expect to pay at least $5000 for the procedure and it can take 4 to 5 hours.