Many people assume that hair loss only happens to men. However, a significant percentage of women experience hair loss. According to the American Academy of Dermatology, 40% of women have visible hair loss by the time they turn 40. Women can lose their hair due to genetics or various life events, such as stress, surgery, childbirth, or the onset of alopecia. But whatever the reason, losing her hair can hurt a woman’s self confidence and quality of life.
When women lose their hair, they typically don’t experience balding in a set pattern like men do. Instead, they’ll usually experience diffuse thinning, with an even amount of hair loss around their scalp. Scalp Micropigmentation is actually particularly effective at camouflaging thinning hair that’s worn long, making it an excellent option for many women with hair loss. For this type of hair loss, SMP can be used to shade the entire scalp, part by part. The end result is the impression of a much thicker, fuller head of hair.
Let’s face it, sooner or later with aging we all start to lose some of our hair. Unfortunately, for me it was a drastic loss of hair for being 50. I tried all kinds of hair growth products, but the outcome was very minimal.
Luckily, I heard about Zoe from a co-worker who swore on her expertise in Scalp Micropigmentation. This procedure was absolutely life changing for me! I got my confidence boost back up. Zoe is amazing at what she does.
Not only is she an incredible artist, but she’s also compassionate and very professional..
– Rosario A.
Will I have to shave my head for SMP to work?
No! While many men opt for a shaved head look with SMP, most women haven’t lost enough hair to need that kind of look. Thinning is a more common problem than full baldness. Through our techniques, we can fill in the thinning portions of your hair to give it the appearance of fullness.
I have very fair hair/skin. Will it still work?
Yes. We have many pigments we use to match your skin and hair color.
What do I do if my hairloss progresses?
We believe SMP is superior for hair thinning because our hair will continue to change as we age. Follow-up treatments can fix and fill in the new areas.