The Treatment

Micropigmentation for Alopecia is used to camouflage the areas where hair loss can occur

before & after images

True likeness pictures ~ A selection of Renée’s recent work. Click on the images to enlarge.

Nella: Before

Nella: After

Arica: Before

Arica: After

Jenny: Before

Jenny: After

How can micropigmentation help me?

Renée can’t wave a magic wand and make your hair grow back, but she can help you by using specialist cosmetic tattooing techniques that mimic hair where it has been lost or is thinning.  As a leading practitioner in this field, Renée can give you options.

What are the options for women?

Alopecia Totalis and Alopecia Universalis are conditions where hair loss can occur across the entire body, including eyebrows and lashes.
Renée can help you regain natural eyebrows using derma graphics whereby the look of the eyebrow is reconstructed by replicating individual eyebrow hair strokes.  The lash line can also be redefined as you would with makeup but professionally applied so that it looks subtle and without the worry of it rubbing away.

What if I lose more hair or my eyebrows come back?

If you have some hair on your brow, your simulated hair will be blended with your real hair.  That way, if you lose more hair there will already be simulated hairs there for camouflage.  If your hair grows back it will add to the effect.  The same applies to the lash line.

How will the eyebrows look after they are done?

If you have been without eyebrows for quite a while, having them reapplied to your face can be quite a shock to the system.  Just as it took a while to adjust to having no brows, it can take a while to get used to having some again.  Our process is a gradual build up so it is not too obvious, giving you an opportunity to get used to getting your hair back.

Is scalp micropigmentation a good option for me?

Androgenic alopecia (female pattern baldness) and Alopecia Areate cause thinning of the hair and patchy hair loss.
Scalp micropigmentation is a great solution for thinning hair, however we do not recommend it as a good solution for women with patchy hair loss due to the fact that the contrast of hair which is usually long versus no hair will be difficult to camouflage. If you have Alopecia Totalis and have complete hair loss and you don’t mind a ‘buzz cut’ look then this could be for you.  Otherwise you may prefer to try a wig.


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