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Realistic Hair Tattoos Eliminate Baldness Forever

Realistic Hair Tattoos Eliminate Baldness Forever

5 Years Ago By Diana Adams

I know there are a lot of men in the world who will do whatever it takes to keep from going bald. I don’t really understand what the big deal with that is. I think a bald, shiny head can be just as attractive as a head full of hair. I think men should embrace their baldness and let it become an extension of their own personality. Look at @paul_steele for example. His bald head is all over his blog, Bald Hiker, and people everywhere love it! In 2011, he was even awarded bragging rights for being the World’s Most Influential Travel Writer.

For those men who still prefer some stylish little hair buds over being completely bald, I have a creative solution to show you. It’s much cheaper and takes only a fraction of the time it would take to get a full hair transplant. You can simply get a hair tattoo!

This idea was conceived by Ian Watson. After years of researching, testing and training, he can now cover baldness with permanent ink. He doesn’t just tattoo ink dots either. Each pigment color is designed to look just like an actual short hair that might be growing in that place. The end result is this cropped buzz cut look. Beware though, if this is something you are considering, it will most likely be very painful. However, only a few hours of pain can give you a lifetime of having the perfect maintenance-free haircut. You can learn more about this procedure, called the Micro Scalp Pigmentation Treatment by going to Vinci Hair Clinic.

Baldness Solution With Tattoos

Baldness Solution With Tattoos

Baldness Solution With Tattoos

Via: [Oddity Central]

From Around The Web


Robert Anzalone

January 26th, 2013

These results are not up to par. Tat2hairdo is superior if you want Really real results.

Dr. Echeverry

October 30th, 2013

If the person doing the hair tattoo or scalp micropigmentation technique is a professional, they should include application of a topical anesthetic to the skin prior to starting the treatment. This will minimize any discomfort and the client should only feel some pressure as the needle enters the skin. Some clients may have low pain thresholds which will require reapplication of the anesthesia when necessary. Always ask your micropigmentation specialist if they use a topical anesthetic. Hair Tattooing can be a great experience when done by a professional!

Erwin legaspi

July 26th, 2014

Do you have clinic in calgary?

a charafi

January 13th, 2017

do you have this clinic in London ?

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