A female patient in her 40s presented with a lesion of the left eyebrow that had been increasing in size for several months. A biopsy of the lesion was positive for basal cell carcinoma. She underwent Mohs excision of the lesion with a resulting defect. The defect was 1.5 cm by 1.5 cm in size and involved part of the hair-bearing region of her eyebrow. The patient presented to Dr. Zandifar for reconstruction of this defect.