Scalp Micropigmentation is perfect for:
Hair loss occurs differently to everyone, which is why scalp micropigmentation, which is completely personalised to every client, is ideal. Scalp micropigmentation can create the look of a full head of cropped hair, a completely realistic hairline, and disguise scarring, birthmarks, and scars caused by hair transplants.
Male pattern baldness is the most common type of hair loss, and according to figures from the NHS affects around half of all men by their fiftieth year, often starting as early as the mid to late twenties. Male pattern baldness usually presents with a receding hairline, and is followed by thinning of the remaining hair. It can progress to complete baldness.
Scalp micropigmentation will cover any areas of missing or thinning hair, and more can be applied at any time should the hair loss continue.
Thinning hair is a problem encountered by both men and women. Scalp micropigmentation is ideal for building density in thinning areas, and is easy to top up should the thinning progress.
Our technicians are experts at restoring the look of hair for Alopecia sufferers. While the treatments currently available for alopecia are not always completely reliable, scalp micropigmentation offers a long term way to disguise the effects. It causes no damage to the hair follicles, so should your hair grow back, it will sit unnoticeable underneath your own hair.
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Scalp micropigmentation is a very effective method for the concealment of scarring and birthmarks. The majority of scarring that Evoke technicians see is from hair transplantation, both FUT and FUE. We also carry out blending work following transplants.
Scalp Micropigmentation is also suitable for men or women who have lost their hair to cancer treatment. The great thing about Scalp Micropigmentation is that once your hair grows back after treatment, the pigment will remain unnoticeable underneath your own hair