Scalp Micropigmentation Hairline Restoration
One of the many benefits of Scalp Micropigmentation as a Hair Loss Solution is that you have incredible control over the appearance. The Hairline in particular is vital to allow a client to feel comfortable to the overall appearance of the SMP.
At Replique Clinic in Brisbane and Sydney we specialise in natural looking and subtle Scalp Micropigmentation that is achieved with a graduated hairline and density that we build up over several sessions - giving the client an enormous amount of control over their appearance.
In fact we feel it is vital that a client be very involved in the design of their hairline tattoo so they can feel comfortable .
We often start with a graduated, and slightly receded Scalp Micropigmentation hairline and then lower it and fill out the density over a series of sessions. Below you can see how we use a series of hairline guides, where we have a might lighter density at the hairline and then work backwards to give a fuller density that blends with the hair at the back of the scalp
The hairline restoration and density building is also great for men who have had FUE or Follicle Unit Extraction Hair Transplants.
Often we find that a successful transplant may certainly add more hairs to the hairloss area, but there isn't enough hair in the donor site to really give the client the full coverage of hair that they want, so we fill in the area with Scalp Micropigmentation.
This is what we did with this client, who had quite good hair density but wanted his hairline to appear thicker. At Replique Sydney we are very conservative with our Scalp Micropigmentation as we can always add but not subtract so every tiny dot is very important.
We don't actually do the SMP too close to the hairline if the FUE hairline is fine as we want there to have a fine shadow and not an obvious transition of colour from the forehead to the scalp. This way the hairline looks natural and subtle and not fake. We want your friends looking into your eyes, not looking up to your hairline and wondering what you've done!