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Many men, frustrated with hair loss and a lack of effective replenishment options, have found a solution in micropigmentation.
ny men, frustrated with hair loss and a lack of effective replenishment options, have found a solution in micropigmentation.
The process, which is somewhat similar to tattooing, has been around for a while and performed mostly on women for everything from permanent eyeliner to breast reconstructions.
Now, men are finding it to be a pretty reliable way to compensate for thinning hair and receding hairlines.
Among those who’ve had great success with the procedure are Bruce Willis and Vin Diesel.
By applying permanent dots of pigments to the scalp, micropigmentation practitioners can achieve the look of a closely cropped, yet full, head of hair.
They start by making pencil marks where the ink will eventually go.
Once the pattern is finalized, the permanent application begins.
It can take up to three sessions to complete, and the final price tag ranges from 16 hundred to 5 thousand dollars.
According to a couple of satisfied customers, it’s well worth the time and money.
One said that he’d tried scalp stimulation, topical treatments, and medication but none of them worked.
Another admitted that he’d spent about 30 thousand dollars on implants that never took until finally finding micropigmentation, which not only worked out well, but also lead to his new career as a practitioner!