That's interesting. Does that mean the hair follicles are still intact?
Depending on how deep the scar tissue is, what tissue it is and the depth of the hair follicles, I've read that dermarolling and applying copper peptides could clear up some of the scarring allowing hair regrowth.
This is the answer I gave above:
"Plucking eyebrows repeatedly can result in thinner hair or no growth of certain hairs if scar tissue develops. The eyebrow tissue area is very delicate, unlike the brute chin area. Scar tissue has no blood supply, thus, hair won't grow. Many women have over tweezed their brows so much and incorrectly that now they can't grow any eyebrows. "