Louis Theroux has shaved off his eyebrows and is considering getting new ones tattooed on amid his battle with facial hair loss.
The documentary maker posted his update on Instagram with an image, insisting “no eyebrows is better than patchy eyebrows”.
He said he is considering microblading – a semi-permanent form of cosmetic tattooing – in a bid to create the illusion of full eyebrows after shaving his off.
Theroux asked his one million followers: “Can you tell what’s different?” with the hashtags alopecia, no brows, and no brows no problems.
“I’ve shaved off my eyebrows,” the 53-year-old said.
“I’m also thinking about getting micro blading soon.
“In the meanwhile I figure no eyebrows is better than patchy eyebrows. Do you agree?”
Since January, the broadcaster has documented the progress of his facial hair loss on Instagram, which started with gaps in his beard before it “migrated up to my eyebrow” in July.
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His last post in November showed a large portion of hair from his eyebrows had gone.
It said: “I’d like to know how I’m supposed to continue a career based largely on raising and lowering different eyebrows WITHOUT ANY EYEBROWS!!
“#alopecia I’m seriously thinking of getting them tattooed back on but it feels like a big step! Thoughts?”
Alopecia is the medical term for hair loss and can come in different forms, including “thinning” of the hair or total loss of hair, according to the NHS website.