Are you experiencing hair loss?

More women than every before are choosing scalp micropigmentation to conceal thinning hair. At Scalpp we provide specialist treatments for women who have noticed a change in their hair density.

Female hair loss can have many different causes. From alopecia areata and totalis, traction alopecia and telogen effluvium to postpartum or drug-related hair loss, there are several possible reasons why you might have noticed you’re losing some of your hair. Before starting any kind of treatment, it is important to discuss the matter with a suitably qualified medical professional, so that any underlying causes can be addressed.

Although scalp micropigmentation does not replace hair, we commonly use an adapted SMP technique to provide relief from the adverse visual effect of losing hair. Our specialist provides advice to women of all ages and assesses their suitability for scalp micropigmentation, as well as any limitations given your individual circumstances.

How does SMP work for female clients?

The reason why thinning hair is recognizable, is because as hair coverage is reduced, the skin beneath the hair can be seen more easily. The purpose of scalp micropigmentation is to reduce the contrast between the hair and scalp, to make the skin less visible and therefore create the illusion of denser, thicker hair.

When applied by a skilled technician, the appearance of denser hair is highly effective and virtually undetectable. This technique takes time and skill to master. Unfortunately many poorly skilled practitioners use crude ‘scalp shading’ methods that do not provide the same level of realism.

At Scalpp Clinic in Houston, our Lead Technician Ian Dennis has treated hundreds of women who are experiencing hair loss, and has a proven track record of great results and satisfied customers.

Are there any limitations?

Yes. Scalp micropigmentation is not suitable under the following conditions:

  • If your normal hair color is very light
  • If your hair loss is too severe
  • If you are pregnant or breastfeeding
  • If you are receiving treatment for certain medical conditions

For more information please contact us using the form below and we will be happy to provide free and confidential advice.

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    Are you experiencing hair loss?

    More women than every before are choosing scalp micropigmentation to conceal thinning hair. At Scalpp we provide specialist treatments for women who have noticed a change in their hair density.

    Female hair loss can have many different causes. From alopecia areata and totalis, traction alopecia and telogen effluvium to postpartum or drug-related hair loss, there are several possible reasons why you might have noticed you’re losing some of your hair. Before starting any kind of treatment, it is important to discuss the matter with a suitably qualified medical professional, so that any underlying causes can be addressed.

    Although scalp micropigmentation does not replace hair, we commonly use an adapted SMP technique to provide relief from the adverse visual effect of losing hair. Our specialist provides advice to women of all ages and assesses their suitability for scalp micropigmentation, as well as any limitations given your individual circumstances.

    How does SMP work for female clients?

    The reason why thinning hair is recognizable, is because as hair coverage is reduced, the skin beneath the hair can be seen more easily. The purpose of scalp micropigmentation is to reduce the contrast between the hair and scalp, to make the skin less visible and therefore create the illusion of denser, thicker hair.

    When applied by a skilled technician, the appearance of denser hair is highly effective and virtually undetectable. This technique takes time and skill to master. Unfortunately many poorly skilled practitioners use crude ‘scalp shading’ methods that do not provide the same level of realism.

    At Scalpp Clinic in Houston, our Lead Technician Ian Dennis has treated hundreds of women who are experiencing hair loss, and has a proven track record of great results and satisfied customers.

    Are there any limitations?

    Yes. Scalp micropigmentation is not suitable under the following conditions:

    • If your normal hair color is very light
    • If your hair loss is too severe
    • If you are pregnant or breastfeeding
    • If you are receiving treatment for certain medical conditions

    For more information please contact us using the form below and we will be happy to provide free and confidential advice.

    What our Female clients say

    Contact Us