The author presents a review of facial hair transplant procedures. Specific areas of interest are eyebrows, beard, with goatee and moustache in detail, eyelashes and facial scars. Most common harvest procedures include the follicular unit extraction (FUE) technique and the follicular unit graft (FUG) technique. Both are discussed and indications for each technique are presented. The treatment for every area of interest is presented in systematic subchapters (treatment goals, preoperative steps, surgical preparation, patient positioning, procedural approach and post-procedure care). The reader will be able to learn many details including the amount of hair transplants required for each area, potential complications and their management and specific danger zones or pitfalls. The author placed great emphasis on details (e.g. angulation of the graft, management of site specific complications) as this is most critical in achieving satisfactory aesthetic results.