Natural hair loss occurs in women. An average person loses 50-100 hairs a day, often without noticing. Hair loss is usually not a cause for concern, but sometimes it can indicate something more serious.
There are many factors that can contribute to hair loss in women. Some of the most common triggers include medications, stress, and nutritional deficiencies, as well as childbirth and menopause. Hair loss can be caused or accelerated by any imbalance in the body.
Scalp micropigmentation (SMP) is beneficial for women who have diffuse thinning and low hair density. Hair loss among women, including alopecia, can often be treated with scalp micropigmentation.
In the past, I have seen numerous instances where alternative hair loss treatments promised cures but delivered nothing but false hope, adding to the anxiety that the client already felt. Hair loss in women is not socially neutral like it is in men. When women lose their hair, it can be devastating.
The hallmark of SMP of Austin is providing an aesthetic service that goes beyond skin-deep. We will be honest and advise you against scalp micropigmentation unless it is the most suitable solution for your problem.
SMP doesn’t cure thinning or low density hair, but it’s a great solution for those who suffer from these issues. In order to camouflage thinning areas, pigment can be added between the hairs, giving the appearance of greater density. Similar to applying makeup to the scalp, SMP conceals areas with less hair by reducing contrast between the hair and skin.
Are you interested in scalp micropigmentation?
Currently, SMP of Austin is the only internationally accredited scalp micropigmentation clinic in Austin. With the best scalp micropigmentation treatment in Austin, our practitioners have been trained by the very best and you’ll get the best bald spot coverage for women in Austin, TX. SMP’s founders and developers have helped build the company into what it is today, as well as becoming top trainers. The only intentionally accredited female in the state is employed by SMP of Austin.