Scalp pigmentation is one of the fastest, most affordable advanced hair restoration options available today that allows those who suffer from chronic hair loss to have the look of real, all-natural hair follicles. It’s essentially the process of having small dots on bald areas of the head to simulate the look of a buzz cut.

However, there is one large misconception about these hair tattoos. Many people think that scalp pigmentation is only a viable option for people who have lost all of the hair on their head. This is simply not true.

Here are a few other hair loss issues that scalp pigmentation can remedy:

Receding Hairline
A receding hairline can happen at any time in a person’s life, and may even begin as early as puberty. The natural hairlines at a person’s temple and forehead will start to thin and progress backwards until there’s no hair left. Scalp pigmentation can bring a person’s hairline forward, blending it with where the natural hairline begins.

Scars
Head injuries and surgeries can leave behind nasty looking scars — areas where hair will never regrow. Though many think that scar tissue won’t be able to hold the ink of scalp pigmentation, the truth is that it can. Though it’s more challenging, scalp pigmentation can indeed cover scars with real looking hair tattoos to create a seamless, buzzed hairstyle.

Involutional Alopecia
Involutional alopecia is a natural hair loss condition that causes the hair to thin gradually with age. More hair follicles enter the resting phase, while the remaining hairs get shorter and decrease in number. Instead of watching your hair slowly go away, you can get scalp pigmentation to combat the effects of Involutional Alopecia.

These are just a few of the hair loss issues that scalp pigmentation can help remedy. If you have any questions, feel free to ask in the comments.