The front hairline of especially women being more behind than it should be adds a masculine facial look to women and it is an unwanted situation. Even though the reason for this is usually genetic, there might occur some alopecia areata diseases such as frontal fibrosing alopecia or frontal hair losses related to stretching the hair such as traction alopecia. Likewise, the decline of frontal hairline in males and especially in early ages looks the person older than they are and is demoralizing. In such cases, it can be lowered in a way that is suitable for the facial ratios and anatomic forehead structure of the person by performing hair transplantation. The required hair transplantation area may have different widths and surface areas from a 5-6cm wide strip that will cover the forehead to a 0,5-1 thin strip that will only be for fixing the frontal line. What’s important is to perform a very dense transplantation during the repair of the frontal line, and to create a natural hairline that is as soft as possible and not visible by using single grafts in the frontal lines.