FemALE HAIRLOSS

Scalp micropigmentation can be used to produce hair lines to look like natural hairs on the scalp. 
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Scalp Micropigmentation can be used to produce hair 'lines' to simulate natural hairs on the scalp. This can be very helpful for people experiencing traction alopecia; the loss of hair around the temples and forehead due to pulling hair back tightly.

Each time new hair grows, it is finer and thinner for women.

Women are almost as likely as men to lose or have thinning hair. Most women will notice it in their 50's or 60's but it can happen at any age for a variety of reasons. Most people lose 50 - 100 strands of hair each day (American Academy of Dermatology).

 

Women's hair tends to thin on the top third to one half of the scalp. Female pattern hair loss is called androgenetic alopecia, a hereditary condition that affects about 50% of women at some stage. For diffuse thinning, scalp micropigmentation can very effectively create the appearance of greater hair density, and eliminate the bald on the patches that can appear depending on your hair styling. 

 

Traction alopecia; this is an increasingly common consequence of hair pulled back tight. Many celebrities experience it. Scalp micropigmentation, using hair lines and for hair follicle simulation can address the areas where the hair has literally been pulled out by the roots.