Let's look at some statistics on hair loss. . .


  • 50% of women suffer from hair loss.

  • 40% of men have noticeable hair loss by age 35, 65% by age 60, and 80% by age 80.

  • Male and female pattern hair loss are the most common conditions.

  • 60% of hair loss sufferers would rather have more hair than money or friends.

  • Normal hair loss is considered to be 100 hairs per day, based on the average scalp containing 100,000 hair follicles.

  • 75% of male hair loss cannot be prevented.

  • Alopecia areata affects one in every 100 person and genetics play a role in one in five cases.

  • Men are more likely than women to look into hair restoration surgery (20% vs. 12%).

  • There is a 12% rise in the number of surgical hair restoration procedures worldwide each year.

  • More women are seeking methods of non-surgical hair restoration – up 31.8% from last year.

  • 87% of hair loss sufferers do not know that there are scientifically proven and medically approved hair loss treatments.

  • Women are much more likely than men to see their doctor about thinning hair first (53% vs. 26%).

  • Almost half (47%) of hair loss sufferers would spend their life savings to regain a full head of hair.

  • Less than one in five associate wearing a hat (19%), over-brushing hair (13%) or shampooing too much (10%) with hair loss – all of which are hair loss myths.

  • Hair loss is the body issue that women feel would make them least attractive to men.

  • Nearly nine in 10 (86%) people suffering from hair loss also reported a drop in their confidence and have some sort of depression.

What exactly is Scalp Micropigmentation?

Scalp Micro-pigmentation is a non-surgical cosmetic technique of tattooing a series of tiny dots onto the scalp, replicating the natural look of hair follicles. The treatment is about precisely inserting micro pigments into the scalp at the second epidermis layer to replicate hair follicles. This seamlessly blends in with the real hair follicles giving you a realistic head of hair and lower hairline. 



Scalp micropigmentation can simulate a full front, side, and rear hairline for partially bald or fully bald heads. Unlike traditional hair loss treatments, which are surgical in nature and requires the transplant of individual particles or strips of follicles, micropigmentation has little to no side-effects, pain or surgical downtime.  It can also cover scars resulting from hair transplant surgeries, burns or birthmarks as well as alopecia or accident and other surgical scars.


Scalp micropigmentation is a better alternative when compared to hair transplant surgeries like FUE and FUT methods because it is non-surgical, less painful and is only a fraction of the costs.



No medication needed, no invasive surgery. The results are instant and you can see the immediate difference it makes in just one session. Hairline and density are adjusted and layered during each session and the average treatment consists of two to three sessions. There are little to no side-effects associated with scalp micropigmentation and general skin reactions and symptoms associated with traditional tattoos and permanent make-up and cosmetics are minor. Both men and women can benefit from scalp micropigmentation.

Types of Treatments We Offer



Scalp micropigmentation (SMP) offers balding men and women a better and faster alternative to hair transplant surgeries by replicating hair follicles for that fresh-shaved look made popular by many celebrities. The effect replicates tiny hair follicles and blends in seamlessly with your hair and is indistinguishable. The process is simple and takes between two to three sessions for an entire scalp. Clients with minimal balding spots and areas can complete their treatment in just one session.


Give us a call for a completely free consultation and let us show you why we have helped change thousands of lives.

Scalp Micropigmentation​

Side Hair Line Correction​

Hair Line Correction

Hair Density Simulation


There currently is no cure for baldness. While there are many treatments that may help ease or slow down the process, baldness is a natural symptom of aging. Every person has different patterns of balding and our hair loss simulation procedures are customized for each individual client based on their needs. Whether you want to fill in certain areas, create more density, improve your hairline, or cover scars from hair transplant surgeries or accidents, we can do it all.

In the photo above, you can see how much of a difference it makes. The procedure is non-surgical and requires virtually no downtime from work. We simply simulate hair follicles to create a much more dense head of hair by adding micropigments to camouflage open areas of skin. The procedure is non-surgical and requires virtually no downtime from work compared to traditional hair transplant procedures, which is often extremely painful with numerous side effects.



Alopecia areata affects one in every 100 persons and is usually genetic. It affects both men and women and is very common. Our alopecia coverage will simulate and cover hair growth and will blend in with your natural hair seamlessly. Our treatments can also cover and camouflage hair transplant surgeries (FUE / FUT) that leave large scars on the client's heads. Hair does not grow back on the scarred tissue so micropigmentation is the only alternative in these areas to simulate hair properly. General scars from accidents, trauma and surgeries can greatly benefit from micropigmentation.

Partial Baldness

Male Pattern Baldness​

Alopecia Hair Loss

Scar Camouflage



Did you already undergo either an FUE or FUT hair transplant? In either form of surgery, the hair follicles are completely gone and the donor area has large line scars (FUT) or have a shotgun effect (FUE) type of scar. All current hair transplant methods have scars that will greatly benefit from SMP since it fills in the missing hair follicles where there are none. Even if you are just thinking of getting a hair transplant surgery, SMP can greatly reduce your cost of the transplant since it will fill in and darken areas where your hair is thinning and also cover any scars from the surgery.



Let's face it - not all of us are hairy. Some of us have great hair, but little to no facial hair or body hair. And even those that do have great facial and body hair, don't have perfectly dense, thick facial and body hair. We have patchy areas that have only a few hair growing in some spots while others are thick and overfilled. Short of having hair implants, which costs a fortune and extremely painful to do, beard and mustache micropigmentation is the best solution.



The fear that most people have about micropigmentation for beard and mustaches is that the procedure is permanent and that it may affect their decision to shave later. While it is true that the process is fairly permanent, it is less noticeable than most people think - especially if done right. These fill and density procedures are done for men only and it replicates stubble or five o'clock shadow (an effect widely known when you don't shave for a day or two). Beard fill and density is used to enhance your existing beard and/or mustache. If you have absolutely no facial hair, it can replicate the stubble look. How dense or dark or how lightly you wish to go are all personal preferences. As you can see from these images, beard fill and density micropigmentation works for both the closer shave look to a longer and deeper beard or facial hair.

Contact us now for a completely free consultation.

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