How To Hide A Receding Hairline
Receding Hairline? No problem.
Most men first notice their hair loss when their frontal hairline starts to recede. Unfortunately by the time you reach this stage, you’ve already lost up to 50% of your original hair density. It’s a little too late to expect any real results from traditional minoxidil or finasteride-based solutions, and results from any hair transplant surgery are likely to be short-lived and will make matters more complicated as you continue to lose your hair. For men who want to hide their receding hairline, scalp micropigmentation is usually the most viable and effective solution available.
How Can Scalp Micropigmentation Help?
By mapping where your original hairline used to be, and shaving your remaining hair, scalp micropigmentation restores the appearance of your original, natural hairline and blends seamlessly with your remaining hair for a flawless and undetectable finish.
Most men who want to hide their receding hairline also need further camouflage around their crown area, as this area is usually affected the most by a loss in overall hair density. A skilled practitioner can use scalp micropigmentation pigment deposits to replicate the density that has been lost to restore the appearance of a full head of shaven hair.
Does This Work With Longer Hair?
In some cases, the client has the option to keep their hair at a longer length and still hide their receding hairline. Ultimately it depends on the pattern of current hair loss. If density has been lost around the frontal hairline, but the actual position of the hairline is relatively unchanged, AND the client still has a reasonable amount of density in their crown area, then it is usually possible to apply scalp micropigmentation in a way that enables the client to keep their hair at its normal length without shaving.