Brides are published by Conde Nast, Britain’s premier magazine company which also publishes Vogue.
Its Cosmetic Beauty Guide is one of the most eminent guides to all the very best cosmetic surgeons in the UK.
Crown Clinic was featured for its pioneering work with eyebrow and eyelash transplants.
The guide says: “Dr Shahmalak is the brow tamer who can transform a neglected arch into a wider, fuller Delevingne power brow in four hours.
He uses a clever technique that skilfully transplants single hair follicles, extracted from the middle of the scalp (no shaving needed) to the brow bone to build your perfect shape (apparently the Duchess of Cambridge’s brows are the most requested).
Ideal for over-pluckers or those tired of semi-permanent make-up, this procedure lasts a lifetime. The only caveat is that you’ll need to regularly trim new hair, as they tend to grow back long and straight. He also offers the same technique for eyelash transplants, which reinstate a thicker flutter to lids.”
This wasn’t the only media coverage we generated at Crown Clinic this week.
There were lots of further pieces on Gogglebox star Chris Steed‘s FUE (follicular unit extraction) hair transplant at Crown Clinic. Chris had been losing his hair since his teens and bolstered his crown and mid-scalp with a procedure at Crown Clinic. He has been back for further treatment ahead of his wedding next year. You can see some of the new stories here:
Our surgeon Asim is well-known for his work with celebrties – not just Chris but the model Calum Best, the TV doctor Christian Jessen (who had a FUT, follicular unit transplantation, procedure) and the football pundit Didi Hamann.