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Thinning Hair: How Scalp Micropigmentation Can Help

No matter your age, thinning hair can really affect your self-image and make you feel older than you really are. At the same time, taking back control and stemming the thinning of your beloved hair can be both time-consuming and costly, with many over-the-counter products and services claiming to restore your hair. Getting real results can start to feel like something short of a miracle.

 

A time-tested way of dealing with thinning hair is Scalp Micropigmentation (SMP), sometimes referred to as ‘hair tattoo’. Micro-needles are used to create micro-tattoos that replicate the appearance of real shaven hair, thus restoring your confidence and invigorating your youth. How can SMP help with thinning hair?

Crown Balding

For men, thinning hair at the crown (or complete loss of hair) is one of the earliest signs of baldness. This process can happen rather quickly, or gradually over months and years, making it a challenge to keep under control.

SMP hair tattoo is ideal for crown balding since it can provide you with a great new look as balding takes hold. It can also be performed gradually and subtly to keep up with the balding so there’s no sudden or drastic change to your hairstyle. 

Diffuse Hair Loss

When undergoing undue stress, suffering side effects from medical conditions, or if you’ve been doing extreme hairstyles that take a toll on the health of your hair, it’s normal to begin to see signs of diffuse hair loss and thus thinning.

SMP hair tattoo is a permanent treatment to diffuse hair loss, using the micro-dots of pigment to give the illusion of added density to areas affected. Essentially, letting your hair tattoo fill in the space where your hair can no longer. To explore some of our work, take a look at our ‘Density’ clients featured in our Gallery. 

Alopecia or Baldness

Alopecia is a medical condition whereby your body’s immune system stages an attack on your hair follicles, which leads to hair loss. Levels of alopecia vary from small spots across the body, to ‘totalis’, meaning total hair loss. 

Baldness has many factors and triggers, which can start with family history. It can also be a result of hormonal changes, supplement use, medical conditions, or just a normal part of aging. And when it comes to hair loss, sometimes, you’ve got to know when to hold ‘em and when to fold ‘em, as the poker saying goes. Holding on to a dwindling and thinning hairline has consequences, so whether you’re experiencing a degree of alopecia, or noticing the first signs of baldness, it may be time to act and to think of viable solutions to stay looking great for years to come.

Whether your hair loss happens quickly or takes years, a receding hairline isn’t ideal for most people, so take action sooner rather than later. SMP hair tattoo provides individuals with a great-looking way to camouflage a receding hairline and to balance out continuously thinning hair, so the effect will be such that excessive hair loss won’t be noticed by friends or family.

Does Scalp Micropigmentation Really Help?

Perhaps you’ve tried a few products to rejuvenate your hair, and that’s great. What isn’t so great, however, is that through constantly trying out products and ending up in failure to restore your beautiful old hair like yesteryear, you may end up in an emotional frustration that you just can’t escape. 

Cut out the stress and don’t hesitate to enquire with Foli Sim about our quality solutions to hair loss and thinning instead. Not only is SMP hair tattoo cost-effective, but it’s a permanent solution that will bring about the results you’re after – no trickery or false promises!

Hear more from Shannon, satisfied Foli Sim SMP hair tattoo client, turned Perth Artist, on his experience with Foli Sim. 

Foli Sim Scalp Micropigmentation

Live your life in confidence. Get in touch with the qualified SMP team here at Foli Sim Scalp Micropigmentation and find out what SMP is all about and how it can help you treat your hair loss, effectively.

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