SCALP ALLURE MICROPIGMENTATION
Best fast growing solutions for men and women hair loss
Scalp Micropigmentation is one of the most comprehensive solutions to pattern hair loss and thinning hair. Hands, down we believe that scalp micropigmentation procedure is the best solution in the world for men and women hair loss. Call it what you want – male pattern baldness, androgenetic alopecia, diffuse thinning – the bottom line is that you are losing your hair and you want to do something about it. The Scalp Allure Technique could be the answer you have been looking for.
The expert at Scalp Allure only work with the highest quality inks and equipment. After the procedure is complete, your hair will look entirely natural even though it is not a real hair. To achieve a realistic and natural look, we use pigments that are matched to your hair color and skin tone.
THE WORLDS LEADING SMP
SMP process is considered to be the best hair loss solution, when it comes to non-surgical hair loss treatment options for men and women. Scalp allure offers a bespoke, personalized service that will enhance your appearance. Contrary to popular belief, the scalp micropigmentation procedure differs greatly from getting a tattoo. During the procedure, natural pigments are applied to an area of the scalp at the epidermal level, which replicates the natural appearance of hair follicles.
The severity of male pattern hair loss increases with age. The first signs of Male Pattern Baldness are a receding hairline and thinning hair around the crown area. Men of all ages have found Scalp Micropigmentation as their comprehensive solution for hair loss. Scalp Micropigmentation replaces the lost density, resulting in the appearance of an even, full head of hair. With this specialized approach, we treat the front hairline and let it blur into density with a natural look. The procedure may take 2 to 3 sessions to achieve desired results. This is also a very simple and fast procedure. With this procedures, you need not have to worry about any side effects or failures.
- Norwood Scale Class 2-3 represents various stages of hair loss in the frontal hair line and possibly the temporal areas.
- Norwood Scale Class 3a-3 represents hair loss in the frontal hairline and vertex area. This classification also includes early hair loss in the crown area.
- Norwood Scale Class 4-5a represents advanced hair loss in the frontal hair line, vertex and crown.
- Norwood Scale Class 6-7 represents advanced hair loss where the hair bridging the two sides of the head is fading away or completely gone.
Female Pattern Hair Loss starts with thinning hair across the central area of the scalp. 40% of our client base are women who are dealing with blading due to menopause, hereditary causes among others. If left untreated, the thinning often spreads to the side areas of the scalp in the temples and above the ears. A small number of women will experience baldness. The procedure may take 2 to 3 sessions to achieve desired results. This is also a very simple and fast procedure. With this procedures, you need not have to worry about any side effects or failures.
While most men and women follow these patterns, it is possible for men to develop a female pattern of hair loss and for women to show a male pattern. In some rare cases a man or woman can develop both patterns. So what are your options? Despite the predictable pattern of hair loss, you’ll still need a professional diagnosis. Of course, you don’t need treatment for male pattern baldness – it isn’t exactly an illness. However, if it brings stress, anxiety, and affects your work or personal life, there are specialists who can help with the problem right after they identify the type and pattern of hair loss.
1. Free Consultation
2. Virtual Hair Mock Up
3. First Hairline Fill
4. Second Filling and Texture
5. Final Hairline Fill
Scalp micropigmentation works well for both men and women of any ethnicity. At Scalp Allure every procedure is thoroughly tailored. Our micropigmentation practitioners determine the appropriate pigment and technique that works best for each specific case. The average scalp needs roughly 2,000 microdots per square inch. The pain level is approximate to getting a tattoo; however, 90% of clients reports minimum to no discomfort during the procedure. Scalp Allure wants to make sure that you have an enjoyable experience.