Micropigmentation is the perfect solution for men who shave their head and would like to give the appearance that shaving is a style choice as opposed to a response to thinning hair. This method is a non-permanent hair tattoo and is recommended for covering scars as well as filling thinning hair density. The tattooed pigment gives the illusion of a full head of follicles and also saves time from shaving daily or multiple times a week.
Micropigmentation can also be used for men and women in the early stages of thinning. Placing pigment between the existing hair decreases the contrast between the hair and scalp thereby giving a fuller and denser appearance.
Stephen is 28 years old. He’s a marketing manager in a tech start-up in New York. He has always worn his hair closely shaved to his head, but now he’s noticing that his hair is thinning and his hairline is receding. This is stressing him out and making him lose confidence when it comes to going out for drinks, dinners and more. He just wants to “fill in” those thinning areas! He stumbles across micropigmentation one night while researching different solutions, such as FUT and FUE. It’s a quick one-day procedure and seems to be the perfect option for him. He quickly books in for a free consultation with Look Natural Hair Restoration.
Offering a truly premium service, Dr. Ross is one of the few physicians who carries out micropigmentation himself. Aestheticians or clinicians are able to complete the procedure, but there’s nothing quite like a trained medical eye for getting micropigmentation just right.
With delicate needles and a doctor’s expertise, this is world’s apart from a traditional tattoo. Thousands of dots combine to create an expertly planned, cosmetically appealing vision. Using different distributions, depths and shades, Dr. Ross positions each dot in a way that fills in the scalp and replicates the appearance of hair follicles.
This is particularly effective for men who are balding and usually wear their hair closely-shaved. The tattooed dots naturally look like closely-shaved hair, creating a very natural look.
- Fill in thinning hair
- Reshape hairlines
- Cover scars
- Cover FUT scars
- Restore visual density
- Decrease appearance of widening parting
- Conceal alopecia
- You can learn even more about Micropigmentation by reading our recent blog post; A Deep Dive into Micropigmentation.