Hairline Tattoo Sydney
Most microblading is used to give attractive eyebrows, usually on women. But there is an increasing trend amongst men who are sometimes using microblading for their hair. Those with receding of thinning hairlines fill in the balding areas with a hair line tattoo.
Sydney Hairline restoration.
A hairline’s appearance can be restored with micropigmentation. Of course this is not actually adding hair, which is extremely difficult. Rather, it provides the appearance of hair to complement the hair one still has.
Microblading and micropigmentation is not like a conventional tattoo. Unlike a tattoo it only penetrates the top layer of the skin, so while it will last for 6 months or more (perhaps 18 months) it is not really permanent.
Types of Hairline Tattoo Sydney
There are two general ways to use microblading to restore a receding hairline.
The microblading can fill in the gaps of a hairline at the front or temples where the hair is thin or entirely gone. This is rather like the techniques used for eyebrows; thin lines are produced that look like individual hairs. This work quite well for photos or a casual glance. It adds to the hair already there. Just the fact that it restores the earlier shape of the hairline is enough to make this worthwhile for many people, because the hairline helps define the shape of the face.
Microblading can also be used for those who shave their head. In this case the micropigmentation is used to add tiny dark dots to scalp, which look very much like shaded hair follicles. The individual with this treatment looks to have a shaved their head rather than suffered baldness. This technique is effective, especially as the altered hairline helps define the shape of the face.
Men and women can benefit from micropigmentation that restores or reshapes hairlines or eyebrows. The effects are semi-permanent, heal quite quickly, and require no maintenance after the first week or two