Posts by Kelby

Male Pattern Baldness

Posted by on Aug 20, 2019 in Scalp Micropigmentation | 0 comments

Male Pattern Baldness

Most of us tend to think of going bald as something that’s not going to happen until we’re much older. However, some people start balding when they’re in their 20s, or even their teenage years! While most people suffering from male pattern baldness aren’t too happy with their condition, here are a few people who are learning to embrace and style their smooth scalps.

  1. Robert Pattinson. The Twilight star was spotted rocking a buzz cut on the streets in Hollywood. Some people speculate he is balding, as he has the appearance of a buzz cut. Either way, Pattinson has nothing to hide as he seems to be enjoying the shorter hairstyle.
  • Ben Affleck. It’s no secret that Affleck is losing his hair. However, he seems to be opting for hair transplants as opposed to how Pattinson shaved his head.
  • John Travolta. Travolta wears a hairpiece on sets and photoshoots as a means of coping with his hair loss.

All three men have chosen different ways to manage their receding hairlines. From shaved heads and plugs to hairpieces and wigs, these actors have shown us that there’s no wrong way to have a smooth head!

If you think Pattinson’s method of dealing with his hair loss sounds like the right fit for you, don’t be afraid to make the jump and go for a buzz cut! If you’ve never buzzed your own head, I recommend going to a salon and having a professional show the ropes. They can recommend a length that’s most flattering for your face shape. On top of a flattering cut, you might want to consider getting any patchy areas or bald spots filled in. According to Scalp Micro NJ, scalp micropigmentation is a long-lasting treatment that can help even out a shaved head and pull the whole look together.

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Best Hair Brushes to Combat Hair Loss

Posted by on Aug 18, 2019 in Scalp Micropigmentation | 0 comments

Best Hair Brushes to Combat Hair Loss

The medical field has expanded to include many solutions for hair loss — pills, topicals, and even head caps have been used by many to keep their manes full. Services like Team Micro can even tattoo your scalp to make your hair look fuller.

An easy way to prevent hair loss, however, is by selecting a high-quality hair brush. Next time you’re in the market for a new brush, make sure to consider these factors:

Number of Bristles

When it comes to hairbrushes, the more bristles the better. When we brush our hair, we stimulate the scalp and facilitate blood flow to the follicles which promotes hair growth. The more bristles, the more stimulation. Opt for hair brushes that come with at least 100 bristles for best results.

Material of Bristles

Not only is the number of bristles important, but the material the bristles are made out of is important to. Make sure to only select bristles that are natural and not synthetic. These bristles are softer than synthetic bristles and will prevent your hair from falling out.

Size

You’ll want to consider the size of the brush when making your purchase as well. Smaller brushes will allow you to amp up the volume of your hair. More volume will make your hair appear thicker and give you a burst of self-confidence. 

Also incorporate hair thickening shampoos, conditioners, and hair sprays into your hair care for a fuller head of hair. When using heat when styling your hair, make sure to use a heat protectant to minimize hair loss and only use heat when necessary. Combined with a great brush, an amazing hair care routine will have everyone admiring your hair and never believing you could be suffering with hair loss.

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