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FEMALE HAIR LOSS
SMP is a transformative solution for women with thinning hair or female pattern baldness. At The Scalp Studio, our skilled SMP artists create natural-looking hair follicle impressions. This seamless integration with existing hair gives women the appearance of thicker locks that beautifully frame their face.
Female Pattern Hair Loss (FPHL)
This is the most common type of hair loss in women. It typically involves thinning on the crown of the scalp, resulting in wider hair parting and reduced hair density. Our SMP experts apply specialised pigments using micro needles to replicate the look of hair follicles. By strategically placing pigments in areas with thinning hair or wider hair parting, the client is able to achieve the appearance of greater hair density. This helps to conceal the effects of FPHL and gives the impression of fuller hair.
In cases of receding hairlines or thinning along the hairline, we can recreate a natural-looking hairline. Technicians can design a new hairline that complements the client's facial features and desired style, providing a more youthful and appealing appearance.
Pricing takes into account a number of factors unique to each individual which is why we encourage you to book a free consultation at The Scalp Studio to get a more accurate quotation. However, to maintain transparency and help prospective clients feel comfortable in booking a consultation, we provide an approximate cost of a treatment package below. Please note that the extent of hair loss, the density required, and the number of sessions needed will result in varying costs.
This type of hair loss occurs when constant pulling or tension is applied to the hair follicles. Common causes include tight hairstyles (like braids or ponytails), hair extensions, or habitual use of hair accessories that tug on the hair.
Alopecia areata is an autoimmune condition that can affect both men and women. It results in patchy hair loss and is believed to occur when the immune system mistakenly attacks hair follicles.