The problem of baldness affects men and women, regardless of their age and lifestyle. Some of us lose hair prematurely for genetic reasons, some suffer from androgenetic alopecia, others lose hair as a result of diseases or injuries in the scalp.

Hair loss reduces our self-esteem, which affects how we are perceived by the environment. Therefore, we should not ignore the consequences of baldness, especially if it bothers us. The answer to our problem may be trichopigmentation of the scalp.

Trichopigmentation is an innovative and extremely simple way to effectively combat the effects of baldness. The technique uses the techniques of traditional tattooing and permanent makeup. As a result, it gives long-lasting results resembling short cut hair. A well-made tattoo imitating hair is almost indistinguishable from the hair follicles visible after shaving the head - only a touch can give us away. Despite the visual effect of black dots on the scalp, the skin is smooth and relatively soft.

How does trichopigmentation work?

The basis of a well-done head micropigmentation is the determination of the natural facial hairline - this applies to both head and chin tattoos. If the hairline is overly styled and clearly visible on the forehead, the effect will not live up to our expectations. It is also very important to choose the right pigments. The pigment cannot be too light, because the micropigmentation of the scalp will be almost invisible. Also, it cannot be too dark, because the result will be excessively noticeable and will quickly arouse suspicion among others.

To achieve the best (most natural) effect of hair tattooing, the procedure is carried out in three stages, starting with the application of the lightest of the selected pigments. This creates the basis for reconstructed facial hair. Thanks to this, the final pigmentation does not stand out on the scalp, and the tattoo imitating hair becomes almost indistinguishable from the effect obtained after deliberately shaving the head.