Vitiligo is a common skin pigmentary disorder which causes depigmented skin resulting from the loss of melanin. Vitiligo is not a life-threatening disease. It has a huge negative psychological and social impact on patients. A number of therapeutic options for repigmentation of the skin of patients with vitiligo are available including administration of corticosteroids, phototherapy, and calcineurin inhibitors. The aim of vitiligo treatment is to, ideally, obtain complete and permanent repigmentation towards the color of the surrounding normal skin. There are various surgical treatments available for vitiligo. Surgical modalities are indicated in stable vitiligo that doesn’t respond to medical treatment. These can be tissue grafting such as suction blister epidermal grafting, thin and ultrathin spilt-thickness skin grafting, minigrafting (punch grafting) and follicular grafting or cellular transplantation such as transplantation of cultured epidermis or, of non cultured basal cell layer enriched epidermal cell suspension. Treatment of vitiligo on hairy skin via the tedious procedure of hair follicle grafting has been carried out by few investigators. Herein we report on two cases of the follicular unit extraction(FUE) method.