Scalp micropigmentation is suitable for both men and women however, there is a difference between the way male and female treatments are approached
Like men, women also can suffer from hair loss or thinning hair. In most of the cases however, women tend to lose hair evenly and is very unlikely that they go completely bald.
SMP is used to restore the denser look of healthy hair and reduce the contrast between the scalp and the hairline in this case. While most of the male patients would require to shave down their hair prior to the treatment, this is not necessary for female patients. Instead, the practitioner applies pigmentation by parting the hair section by section.
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Many women experience diffuse thinning, seen as a loss of hair density in an even pattern across the entire scalp. The cause is sometimes alopecia-related, although can also be the result of medications or physical trauma such as childbirth.
Scalp micropigmentation works well in these situations, providing a camouflage of the scalp and increasing the appearance of hair density across the entire affected area.
Alopecia is very common among women, ranging from patchy hair loss known as alopecia areata, to total hair loss, or alopecia totalis. Depending on your individual circumstances, scalp micropigmentation provides an effective cover-up and can restore confidence lost following the arrival of alopecia symptoms.