For Receding Hairlines
Restore your hairline with scalp micropigmentation. We use a precise 8 point symmetry system to accurately reconstruct any hairline.
There are three basic types of hairlines, Receded, Natural, and Hard Hairline (straight line with boxed up edges).
A receding hairline typically involves hair loss starting above the temples and moving back across the top of the head.
Some men (or women) may have natural hairlines that are naturally high up the forehead, with or without hair loss.
These hairlines frame the face with a straight line above the forehead and with boxed up edges.
WHAT CAN SMP DO FOR YOUR HAIRLINE?
If you’re unhappy with your current hairline, Scalp Micropigmentation (SMP) can create a new hairline by depositing hair-like pigments along the natural pattern of the hairline. Even if your hair has stopped growing, with SMP you can still achieve the illusion of a full hairline.
We use magnified optical glasses to clearly follow your natural pattern. This is how we restore your receded hairline. Most of our customers prefer getting a faded or peppered hairline, but some of our younger clients opt for a hard lineup hairline (straight line with boxed up sides).
WE USE A PRECISE 8 POINT SYMMETRICAL SYSTEM
When creating your new hairline, we start with a centerline measuring from 8 separate angles creating a symmetrical hairline.
Other hair loss clinics indent a ruler on your head and trace the line without any measurements. But at Scalp Designs, we make sure that we take precise measurements that will best frame your face.
We believe in taking extra time to make sure everything looks perfect. A hairline should be created with exact measurements, not by eye!!
HOW MANY SESSIONS DO I NEED?
For men, generally, an entire treatment would require around 2 to 4 sessions (which take around 2 to 3 hours per session). You would need a week at least between sessions to allow the scalp to recover before continuing.
Women may need more sessions just because they have longer hair and we need more time to achieve the perfect density. More hours may also be needed.