Is a Hair Tattoo the Right Solution to Your Hair Loss Problems?

A fresh technique known as ‘henna crowns’ has recently strike the headlines, where women undergoing chemotherapy having their bald heads decorated ornately with momentary tattoos. Even so many practitioners are now offering an alternative solution known as ‘hair tattoos’ designed to make a long lasting and long lasting statement on otherwise balding heads. scalp micropigmentation

Hair tattoos are also occasionally called “Cosmetic Transdermal Hair Replication”, “Cosmetic Hair Follicle Replication”, “micro hair technique” and “scalp pigmentation”. Whatever the name however, the principle remains the same – patients have their heads inked permanently to give the appearance of individual hair strands of hair. 

Exactly what the drawbacks?
For men and women experiencing hair damage, these hair tattoos seem to be to give you a way to recreate the missing frizzy hair without resorting to within the wig or otherwise hiding the bald patches. Even so just like any tattoo there are a number of things to consider before opting to go under the needle.

A skin image is for life
Merely like a tattoo on the arm, chest, back again or leg, a curly hair tattoo is permanent. Even though tattoos can be removed fairly accurately using lasers, the treatment is expensive and can lead to scarring.

Traditional tattoo techniques are not adequate
The inks and needles used for body art are not generally fine enough to accurately mimic hair strands of hair. Traditional ink are also prone to fading – think of all those once-black tats which have turned green!

Tattooed hair never develops
Tattooed hair provides realistically accurate imitation of very short, stubbly hair, but sadly that is it is capable of. For young or old attempting to create a realistic look, they will need to keep any ‘real’ hair similarly brief. As such tattooed locks is generally unsuitable for women who do not want a ‘buzz cut’.

By the same symbol, tattoos can never allow the patient to run their fingers through their curly hair. There simply is not a way to imitate ‘real’ hair without regrowing hair.

What are the alternatives?
Although tattooed curly hair might be well suited for some men and women, most would prefer to have the choice of regrowing their own hair – something tattoos cannot achieve. Fortunately proven alternatives can be found which enable real frizzy hair regrowth without the questions and restrictions of body art.

Approved by both the FDA in America and the UK’s own MHRA, Propecia has recently been clinically proven to promote hair regrowth. For more than 20 years, men have been approved Propecia as part of their hair loss treatment solution, especially if the loss is diagnosed as being induced by genetic factors.

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