Micropigmentation Hairline Micropigmentation is the only 100% reliable treatment for hair loss, including thinning hair, hair loss, baldness pattern, alopecia, and hair transplant scarring. Micropigmentation is an extraordinary technique that uses specific micro-needles to deposit pigment onto the scalp. The effect is the emergence of tiny hair follicles that help thicken and restore the appearance of fuller hair. If you’re going to slim, recede, even if you’re totally bald, we will give you a short buzz cut.
When administered by a skilled and certified expert in our company, Micropigmentation can regenerate receded hairlines, thicken residual hair, conceal graft scarring, and produce a close-cropped hair look.
Restore Your Hairline With the Micropigmentation of Your Scalp
Scalp micropigmentation (Scalp Tattoo) allows you the opportunity to totally customize the hairstyle that suits your appearance! A variety of choices include:
- Crisp, tidy cuts
- Young, natural
- Lightly receded
You’ll consult with our care expert to determine the right hairline for your profile, head type, and age. Our Scalp Micro team of expert scalp pigmentation practitioners has been offering scalp micropigmentation therapy for years.
You should prepare a scalp micropigmentation hairline style until you intend to continue with the Scalp Micropigmentation (SMP) treatment. There are a few key considerations that you can consider first so that the final SMP look will meet your standards.
- If you’re looking for a smooth shaved look, then you can select the hairline that suits the shape of your face and the color of your skin.
- If you do have any hair, but you want to better your appearance, you should concentrate on techniques that will give you more volume and density. You will get a hairline that will mask any thinning on your forehead or crown section.
Generally, the skin on the scalp may be within a standard range, but often certain skin types will need a different approach:
- Dry or flaky skin, aged skin, or extremely susceptible skin will take special caution during the procedure to achieve the desired results.
- The thicker skin needs more contact with the needle when applying the dye, while the thinner skin requires less.
Micropigmentation Hairline Styles
We recognize that one of the most important aspects of effective micropigmentation therapy is the choice of the right hair type. While it is possible to provide some imagination and provide clients a ‘statement look’ for those who want to express a specific style or attitude, we would mainly try to provide a very natural look when it comes to hair trends.
Looking at the micropigmentation type choices, our key aim is to create the appearance of hair so that it seems to be as real as possible. In order to achieve this goal, it is necessary to decide the best location, shape, and style of your front hairline. Naturally drawn to straight lines, your hairline is the first thing you and others see when you look at your facial region, serving as a mirror on your face. You will find that the natural hairline has a curve that we seek to adopt within our SMP care.
Read on to find out more about the position, style, and shape of your hairline.
Your Hairline Position
The easiest way to assess the natural location of your hair is to match your face and hair as it stands, with images from the past. Mimicking the place of your initial hairline, after your scalp micropigmentation procedure, it looks like you’ve flipped back the years, returning the appearance of your natural hairline. In certain cases, men in their 40s or older may want to go for a more receding hairline, while on the other hand, if your hairline was naturally long, you might choose to drop your current hairline down slightly. As field experts, we suggest that you accept our advice along with your personal tastes in order to get a look that looks the most realistic.
Your Hairline Shape
Like the location of your hairline, the shape you pick should mimic the shape of your initial hairline. All adjustments to the form should be slight in order to better match the shape of the face and not look odd. As mentioned, straight hairlines can look dramatic and awkward, so we will usually encourage you to adopt a rounded shape that fits the shape of your hair. If you’d like to incorporate widows’ peaks or a pointed middle, we’ll work on your hairline shape ideas to make them look as real as possible.
Your Hairline Style
To complete your hairline look, you may want to go for a specific hairline pattern, whether a split or jagged hairline, a light hairline, or an ‘edge-up’ hairline. A split hairline involves spreading the pigment deposits below the individual hairline to emulate the normal distribution of the hair. As hairline is rarely described naturally, this is the most practical choice. Similarly, a jagged hairline destroys all straight features and splits the hairline more violently. Sometimes known as faded, feathered, or gradient hairlines, the soft hairline is added to be exceptionally light, without any visible boundary hairline. This look is better suited to people with lighter skin. The strategy for perfecting this look takes a lot of skill.
Finally, the ‘edge up’ or ‘hard-line’ hairstyle holds true to the place of the hairline and may be more appropriate for those with darker skin than those with lighter skin. These hairlines are the simplest to make, but also the least realistic, giving more of a ‘statement style.’
Your Ideal Hairline
Whatever you decide, we’re meeting with you to explore exactly what you want. Make sure you go through all of these choices with our doctor to be the right hairline alternative for you. You can take photos of yourself and related hairlines that you would like to take, and you can even see photographs of previous samples of our doctor’s practice to be used as a comparison point. We can reproduce any hairline you choose, whether a sharp look or a more natural style.
Avoid the Wrong Hairlines
If the hairline is incorrect, it can look crooked and go too low on the forehead. Or physically, extreme angles and unnatural lines will appear.
Please do your due diligence to find the best scalp technician in our business and the best scalp micro pigmentation treatment for you. There are many designs, tales, photos, and videos that you can check out on our website, but the hairline styles above are the most common and are commonly used in micropigmentation hairline procedures today. We offer styles that suit males and females to ultimately deliver the best results.
As for our company, we use the most advanced and also the newest methods to treat all types of hair loss. If you want to learn more about procedures or others, please feel free to contact us.