HFS Hair Follicle Simulation
Hair Follicle Simulation is a great way to conceal hair loss. Hair Follicle Simulation camouflages bald patches and redefines hair lines by implanting pigment to mimic hair follicles at the scalp level. By covering the skin in tiny dots the impression is given of a full head of hair and because the simulated follicles are below the hair line, it is very difficult to see the simulated hair follicles and the actual hair follicles.
Mimicing hair follicles by applying pigment has been around for quite some time. This old procedure is know as medical micropigmentation and uses single needles to insert pigment as individual hair follicles. This process often takes a lot longer. A special treatment head was developed for Hair Follicle Simulation to speed up the pigment implantation process. Instead of a single needle to implant the pigment, a HFS roller applies multiple spots of pigment in one pass. By alternating the direction of the roller a random spot effect is produced, very much the same as random hair follicles.
HFS – Hair Follicle Simulation revolutionised how specialists apply pigment to the scalp. Treatment times are greatly reduced, the amount of discomfort is reduced and the effects are extremely natural looking.
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Ultimate Micropigmentation by Candice Watson of Exclusive Aesthetic, the Micropigmentation Specialists to the Middle East. Candice Watson has almost 30 years’ experience performing micropigmentation in Dubai, UK and internationally. Candice’s skill at micropigmentation is unparalleled and her commitment to being the best ensure her procedures are to the highest industry standards. In addition to our micropigmentation procedures, Candice now offers several micropigmentation training courses in Dubai and Ajman including Semi Permanent Makeup, Eyebrow Microblading, Medical Micropigmentation and Hair & Scalp Micropigmentation.