Historically Female hair transplant has not been as successful as men’s. Medical science attributes this to the biological hair structure of women. Women usually have diffused hair loss which means that they have overall thinning of hair. Here the donor site also suffers. Moreover women do not have stable donor hair. However when recommended women undergo the same hair transplant treatment as men. Before any procedure one of the foremost steps is to ensure if a patient is a good candidate for the treatment at all. In women especially, it is important for the patients to understand that if their hair loss is due to mechanical reasons, like tying up hair tight into buns and ponytails, the transplant has its fair chances of being a success. The second shot at success for women is if the hair fall is due to non hormonal reasons. If the cause of hair loss is any other then these two, women do not usually see a success.