To make sure you never miss out on your favourite NEW stories, we're happy to send you some reminders
Click 'OK' then 'Allow' to enable notifications
| Last updated
The 35-year-old model shared images of her new eyebrows on Instagram after spending years over-plucking her natural brows.
The procedure involves taking hairs from the back of the neck and other parts of the face, and transplanting them to the eyebrow area to create a new set of bushy and thick brows.
Chrissy took to her Instagram Stories and briefly discussed the surgery, alongside a picture of her in a hospital gown.
"I never wear makeup if I can avoid it so I was so excited for this eyebrow transplant surgery where they take hairs from the back of your head!" she told her followers.
She shared another post-surgery snap and called the results 'crazy'.
She added while pointing to her arches: "They look so cool. He did hairs up here to even them out."
The television and social media personality finished her post by pleading with teens to avoid plucking their eyebrows like she did. "A little dark from the pencil it’s so cool to have brows again!" she said.
"Teens: do not pluck them all off like I did."
Chrissy's doctor, Jason Diamond, reposted a snap on his own Instagram page, telling his followers: "Eyebrows play a huge part of the facial aesthetic.
"They frame the eyes and can either be an asset to the eyes, or they can be the annoying part of your morning you have to spend ten minutes filling in.
"I know too many people, entire generations, who either over-plucked brows as part of the trend or are simply experiencing eyebrow thinning with time. #EyebrowTransplantation is a procedure where we mutually agree on shape, density, etc., and skill takes it from there."
In September, Chrissy showed the results after having surgery on her cheeks to have the buccal fat removed.
The buccal fat pad is a rounded mass of fat located in the middle of each cheek below the facial muscles in the hollow area beneath the cheekbone.
Everyone has buccal fat pads but the size varies in each individual. The size of the buccal fat pads can affect the shape of your face. For example, people with larger fat pads may feel like they have a “baby face”.
Chosen for YouChosen for You
Most Read StoriesMost Read