Why choose Female Scalp Micro pigmentation?

Are you tired of struggling with thinning hair and bald patches? Do you wish for a fuller, more voluminous head of hair? Look no further! Our revolutionary Female Scalp Micropigmentation treatment is here to transform your life and boost your confidence! Imagine waking up every morning to a head of hair that looks effortlessly stunning and full. With Female Scalp Micropigmentation, you can achieve a natural-looking, fuller head of hair without the need for expensive and time-consuming hair restoration surgeries or wigs. Our cutting-edge technique uses micro-needles to carefully deposit organic pigments into your scalp, creating the illusion of thicker hair follicles and a natural hairline that perfectly complements your features.

While scalp micropigmentation is a hair loss treatment often discussed for men, female scalp micropigmentation (SMP) is also a common procedure for varying levels of female hair lossScalp micropigmentation is a non-surgical procedure that uses permanent pigments to mimic the appearance of a full head of hair. When performed by experienced practitioners, this procedure offers an effective and natural-looking solution for hair loss and bald spots on women.

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What causes hair loss in women?

Loss of hair in females is caused by various factors, including genes, medical conditions, damaging hairstyles, medications and other environmental impacts like stress etc. Due to the variety of causes for female hair loss, it’s experienced by women of all ages and backgrounds. While female hair loss can start any time after the onset of puberty, it most commonly becomes noticeable around menopause. There are several types of female hair loss, including anagen effluvium, telogen effluvium and female pattern hair loss. While the causes for each of these types of hair loss varies, below are the most common reasons for developing one of these conditions.


Your family’s genes can cause hair loss or thinning, as your hair filaments have DNA. If your family has a history of hair loss, you are more likely to experience it yourself. Genetics can play a significant role in hair loss in women, just as it can in men. Female pattern hair loss (FPHL) is a hereditary condition that affects up to 40% of women by age 50. It is caused by a genetic predisposition to sensitivity to androgens, which are male hormones present in both men and women.

In FPHL, the hair follicles on the scalp gradually shrink and produce thinner and shorter hair over time, eventually leading to hair loss. The exact mechanisms behind this process are not fully understood, but researchers believe it involves a combination of genetic, hormonal, and environmental factors. Women who have a family history of hair loss may be more likely to experience hair loss themselves, although it is not always a guarantee. Additionally, women with certain genetic variations may be more susceptible to hair loss due to hormonal imbalances or other underlying medical conditions.

While genetics can play a role in hair loss, it’s important to remember that other factors can also contribute to the condition. Nutritional deficiencies, stress, medication side effects, and medical conditions such as thyroid disorders and autoimmune diseases can all cause hair loss in women.


Hormones can play a significant role in female hair loss, particularly when there are imbalances in certain hormones. Androgens, which are male hormones present in both men and women, can contribute to hair loss in women when there is an excess of these hormones or increased sensitivity to them.

Female pattern hair loss (FPHL) is the most common type of hair loss in women, and it is caused by a genetic predisposition to sensitivity to androgens. This condition is also sometimes referred to as androgenetic alopecia. In FPHL, the hair follicles on the scalp gradually shrink and produce thinner and shorter hair over time, eventually leading to hair loss. In addition to androgens, other hormones can also contribute to hair loss in women. Hormonal changes during pregnancy and menopause can cause temporary hair loss or thinning. Women with conditions such as polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), which is characterized by high levels of androgens, may also be more susceptible to hair loss.

Aside from general hormone fluctuations due to ageing, the following hormonal factors can cause female hair loss include menopause, pregnancy, hormonal birth control and stress.


Several medications can cause hair loss in women. These medications work by disrupting the normal hair growth cycle, leading to excessive hair shedding or thinning. Some of the medications that can cause hair loss in women include:

  • Chemotherapy drugs: These drugs are used to treat cancer, but they can also damage hair follicles and cause hair loss.
  • Anticoagulants: These medications, such as warfarin, can cause hair loss by disrupting the normal hair growth cycle.
  • Antidepressants: Some antidepressants, such as selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) and tricyclic antidepressants, can cause hair loss in women.
  • Birth control pills: Some oral contraceptives can cause hair loss in women. This is because they contain hormones that can disrupt the normal hair growth cycle.
  • Blood pressure medications: Beta-blockers, ACE inhibitors, and diuretics can all cause hair loss in women.
    Cholesterol-lowering drugs: Statins, used to lower cholesterol levels, can also cause hair loss in women.


In addition to genetics and medication, your lifestyle and other environmental factors can play a large role in your hair loss. Making positive lifestyle changes can also help manage hair loss in women. This may include reducing stress, improving your diet with a balanced and nutritious meal plan, avoiding harsh hair styling practices, and being gentle when washing and brushing your hair to prevent further damage. The following experiences can cause female hair loss:

  • Tight hairstyles that pull on your roots, such as ponytails, braids or cornrows. This type of hair loss is called traction alopecia.
  • Over-processed scalp hair or breakage
  • Smoking or excessive drinking
  • Poor or restrictive diets
  • Extreme physical stress or shock to your body, including losing a lot of weight, surgery, anaemia, illness and childbirth
  • Stress

How to treat Hair Loss in Women

There are several treatment options for hair loss in women, all with their own benefits and drawbacks. Hair loss in women can be caused by various factors such as hormonal changes, genetics, nutritional deficiencies, stress, and other underlying medical conditions. If you’re experiencing hair loss, here are some potential treatment options to consider. The most common treatment options are outlined below. 

The first step in treating hair loss in women is to consult a qualified healthcare professional, such as a dermatologist or a trichologist. They can evaluate your specific condition, identify the underlying cause of your hair loss, and recommend appropriate treatment options tailored to your needs.


Topical treatments, such as minoxidil, can be applied directly to the scalp to stimulate hair growth. These over-the-counter or prescription medications can help slow down hair loss and promote regrowth. Minoxidil, or Regaine, is a drug commonly known as a treatment for hair loss. While the medication was initially introduced as a treatment for high blood pressure, people who took it noticed that they were growing hair in places where they had lost it. Although Minoxidil is safe, it can have unpleasant side effects and drawbacks including:

  • Alcohol-related skin irritation
  • The new hair growth differing in colour and texture from surrounding pre-existing hair
  • Hypertrichosis, or excessive hair growth in undesired places such as cheeks or forehead


Androgens can accelerate hair loss in women. Anti-androgens are a female hair loss treatment that can potentially counter the effects of excess androgens in women, speeding up female hair growth. If hormonal imbalances are contributing to your hair loss, hormone therapy may be recommended. This may involve medications such as oral contraceptives, hormone replacement therapy (HRT), or anti-androgen medications to balance hormones and promote hair growth. While this can be an effective treatment for some, side effects of anti-androgens include:

  • Weight gain
  • Loss of libido
  • Depression
  • Fatigue

Nutritional Supplements

If hormonal imbalances contribute to your hair loss, hormone therapy may be recommended. This may involve medications such as oral contraceptives, hormone replacement therapy (HRT), or anti-androgen medications to balance hormones and promote hair growth. Iron deficiency is the cause of hair loss in some women, making the treatment an increase in iron intake. If your doctor tests your blood iron level and finds a deficiency, this could be the right treatment to stop your hair loss. Iron deficiency tends to be more common if you’re a vegetarian, have a history of anaemia, or have heavy menstrual bleeding.

Hair Transplantation

Hair transplantation is a well-known procedure that involves removing a strip of scalp from the back of the head and using it, either whole or split up into hundreds of tiny grafts, to fill in bald patches elsewhere on the head.

While this is a long-standing treatment, hair transplantation is a surgical procedure that is more costly and requires more recovery time than the other treatment options available.

Scalp Micropigmentation

Scalp micropigmentation is a non-surgical procedure that is comparable to microblading, but for your scalp. In this process, your practitioner uses a tool similar to a tattoo gun to introduce several small dots of permanent pigment between your existing hair follicles. Scalp micropigmentation will conceal the signs of hair loss by separating the contrast difference between a patient’s hair and scalp effectively camouflaging the hair loss.

Scalp micropigmentation is a treatment that can be more customised to your specific needs. Through scalp micropigmentation, you can:

  • Create realistic-looking density and depth amongst existing hair
  • Redesign your hairline to improve how strands frame the face
  • Narrow a wide hair part
  • Cover scarring

Female Scalp Micropigmentation Benefits

While there are multiple treatment options for female hair loss, female scalp micropigmentation is the best option if you’re looking for a non-surgical procedure that provides realistic and immediate results that are guaranteed. Unlike hair transplantation, female scalp micropigmentation is a non-surgical procedure with no recovery downtime needed, yet it provides more immediate results than any medications.  Scalp micropigmentation is also offered at a lower cost than hair transplantation, although the cost will vary based on factors such as the specific clinic and level of hair loss.

Don’t let hair loss hold you back any longer. Say hello to a fuller, more confident you with our Female Scalp Micropigmentation treatment. Join the thousands of satisfied clients who have experienced the life-changing benefits of our treatment. Contact us today to schedule your consultation and take the first step towards transforming your hair and your life! Don’t wait, limited appointments available.

Customized to Your Unique Needs

Our experienced technicians will work closely with you to understand your specific hair loss concerns and desired outcome. We will create a customized treatment plan that perfectly matches your skin tone, hair colour, and desired hairline, ensuring that you achieve the most natural-looking results possible.

Safe and Non-Invasive

Unlike other hair restoration methods, Female Scalp Micropigmentation is a safe and non-invasive treatment requiring no surgery, chemicals, or medications. It’s a simple and straightforward process involving minimal discomfort and downtime, allowing you to resume your regular activities immediately.

Long-Lasting Results

Say goodbye to the constant struggle with hair loss concealers and temporary solutions. Female Scalp Micropigmentation provides long-lasting results that can last for years with proper care. You’ll enjoy the freedom of having a full head of hair without the need for constant maintenance.

Boost Your Confidence

Hair loss can be emotionally distressing and impact your self-esteem. With Female Scalp Micropigmentation, you can regain your confidence and feel proud of your hair again. Our treatment will help you achieve a youthful and vibrant look that complements your natural beauty, giving you the confidence to face the world with a renewed sense of self-assurance.

Excellent Value

Female Scalp Micropigmentation offers exceptional value for money compared to other hair restoration methods. Our treatment will ensure long-lasting, natural-looking results without breaking the bank.

Learn More About Female SMP

Female scalp pigmentation can be conducted on both long and short hair. While this treatment was originally created to treat baldness, it also makes your existing hair look fuller by creating the illusion of follicle density. If you have long hair, the practitioner will deposit custom-selected pigments between your hair follicles that blend in with your existing hair and disguise bald spots. If you’re interested in receiving female scalp micropigmentation (SMP), find a clinic near you with a staff of reputable scalp micropigmentation practitioners that can give you a personal consultation.

About your SMP Technician

Jackson Cross - Owner / Award winning SMP technician / Master trainer

A wealth of knowledge and a passion for both barbering and tattooing Jackson has all the skills and capabilities to deliver award winning Scalp Micropigmentation results. Years of industry experience combined with Determination to strive for nothing short of excellence and perfection is the perfect recipe for his success within the SMP industry!


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