Alpha Scalp Micropigmentation Is In The News
“People who have hair loss can lose confidence, but with micropigmentation, they can enjoy the appearance of a full head of hair again. The treatment disguises male pattern baldness, receding hairline, alopecia, scarring, and more.
Hair loss happens for different reasons. It can be genetic and run down the male line. It can be triggered by stress, scarring of the scalp, and childbirth. It can also be part of the aging process. Some women may find that they lose large amounts of hair after having a baby. Those entering middle ages are more likely to experience brittle, thinning hair. This is called density loss.
Hair extensions can restore fullness to the hair and take years off someone’s age, but they are only temporary and need to be removed after three to four months. Scalp micropigmentation is a way to simulate the appearance of hair and it can be permanent.
What is Scalp Micropigmentation?
Scalp micropigmentation is permanent make-up to create the appearance of hair for people who have density loss and baldness. It can also cover up scarring.
What Happens During a Micropigmentation Appointment?
An initial consultation is carried out to identify client needs and the amount of coverage needed. Clients can book a consultation for a full micropigmentation from a Las Vegas cosmetic specialist or choose to have just a small area done.
Patch testing is carried out beforehand to make sure there is no allergy to the makeup. Organic, natural pigments are used instead of inks. These natural ingredients are easily accepted by the skin and make reactions less likely.
If the client is happy to go ahead, a local anesthetic is applied to the scalp and ‘hair’ would be drawn with a surgical pen. The initial treatment takes from 20 minutes to an hour to complete and usually requires two or three further appointments to achieve the full effect.
Hair loss is distressing. Scalp micropigmentation is a solution that can permanently disguise bald patches, giving the appearance of a healthy head of hair.”
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