When your chances for long locks are long gone, you may embrace the idea that “bald is beautiful” or, it could end up your number one insecurity. But a new tool can help those fighting baldness.
Dave Miller, age 39, says he wasn’t obsessed with baldness, but it just never looked quite right on him.
He underwent a five-hour procedure called Cosmetic Hair Replication with a newly designed hair thin needle and mineral-based pigments to match his natural hair color. The technician colored permanent tiny dots to simulate hair follicles.
Once healed, the redness disappears and the color will lighten to match his real hair color.
Good Look Ink, Inc has been in the hair replication business for about two years. Darrin Gerr says “it’s not just for the really bald, but those with thin or thinning hair, are also perfect clients” because the procedure can make the remaining hair look thicker. They can also disguise scars from hair transplants or injury.