Did you Know?

Scalp Micropigmentation it's a process that uses Permanent Make Up to replicate the hair folicules and simulate hair!

It has many names, medical hairline tattoo, tricopigmentation, or dermatography, and it is the ultimate trend in non-surgical male and female scalp pigmentation an incredible life-changing treatment where natural pigments are applied at the epidermal level of the scalp to replicate the natural appearance of real hair follicles or strands – depending on your hair ...

Scalp camouflage can address hair loss without the need to shave the head. This approach is ideal for men and women and recognised by the NHS as alternative to standard medication, which can have undesirable side effects.

Emotional issues

Hair loss can be difficult to come to terms with, both for women and men. The hair on your head can be a defining part of your identity. If you start to lose your hair, it can feel as if you're losing part of your identity. This can affect your self-confidence and sometimes lead to depression.

Speak to your GP if you're finding it difficult to deal with your hair loss. They may suggest counselling. You may also benefit from joining a support group or speaking to other people in the same situation – for example, through online forums.

This procedure is very trendy on men but also very suitable for women as they start to loose and thinning the hair due to medication and health conditions. 

There's a good example of a women looking with hair line stronger using micropigmentation to mimic hair follicles using the technique of micropigmentation on scalp. 

For more information please contact us for an informal chat... 

Cristina Bernardino

www.remakeup.org - 07450480814