Hair Cloning is a promising treatment of a common hair loss that is currently being actively researched by many doctors and scientists around the world, hoping to be the first to find the panacea against baldness. The concept behind hair cloning and hair multiplication is simple: First healthy hair follicle cells need to be extracted from the patient, afterwards cloning or multiplying them in laboratory before placing them into the patient’s scalp allowing them to grow normally. Of course it is easier said than done, due to its structure and not being a whole organism that can grow on its own — hair follicles can not be simply multiplied in a laboratory. For this reason there is still a lot of work to be done before one can find a way to actually clone the hair and use them for transplantation. Alongside hair Cloning there is so called method of Hair Multiplication — it is not an actual cloning method but it is similar to cloning. In the first place donor’s hair follicles are extracted and then transected or cut to increase the number of actual hair. Afterwards they are directly implanted into the scalp of a patient. They will then start to regenerate and will regrow in a normal, complete, hair. This process is made possible due to dermal sheath cell, found in the lower part of the human hair follicles. The recent research of Dr. Amanda Reynolds and Colin Jahoda from Columbia University that were published in Trans-Gender Induction of Hair Follicles, suggest that using Hair Multiplication — a female can even become a donor for a male patient. There is a big chance of Follicles not being rejected. Even the final look of the regrown hair can be influenced by recipient skin — resembling a patient’s own hair. One of this methods will certainly revolutionize the hair transplantation procedures in the near future.