When to opt for hair tattooing (Tricopigmentation)?

There is a significant psychological dimension involved in hair loss and thinning. Accepting it is often difficult and individuals may experience a drop in self-esteem and even more serious reactions such as anxiety, social depression and phobia.

If the hair loss is sudden, accepting it becomes even more difficult than cases of gradual loss where the person has time to gradually get used to his or her new image. Young people may feel less attractive, older and less masculine.

Hair tattooing can produce major aesthetic improvements in the following cases:
General baldness
Androgenetic alopecia
Alopecia areata
Universal alopecia
Traumatic or traumatic alopecia
Reinforcement of transplanted areas
Scars generated by trauma and surgery or autotransplantation
General thinning

However, hair tattooing is not recommended if the subject suffers from:
Moles or melanomas
Reactions to pigments

When hair tattooing is recommended, it delivers permanent or semi-permanent results, creates an effect of maximum follicular density on shaved head and also with short, medium and long hair. No daily maintenance is required.

If performed by a professional, the final result will look very natural and the person will feel more confident.
Clinita organises advanced training courses in hair tattooing taught by Emiliano Rossi. Together they have created a line of pigments dedicated to hair tattooing.

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