Guys, think hair loss is challenging to deal with? Let me tell you, it’s even harder for women who are losing their hair. Alopecia in particular can be a cruel condition, but for the ladies, hair is so intertwined with their identity and their look, the experience can be very distressing.
Hair loss can also be considered ‘normal’ in men, as it occurs very often with the simple passage of time. For women, any kind of hair loss is usually connected with a health condition. Childbirth, stress or hereditary alopecia are all common causes.
Shamina had scalp micropigmentation at Brandwood Clinic in Solihull, and is a great example of how scalp micropigmentation for women is a viable option for female clients struggling with thinning hair. In this video, she describes her experience.