Alopecia

ALOPECIA

Alopecia* is an autoimmune disorder that causes hair loss.
The condition can be responsible for partial or total body hair loss. This most commonly results in completely missing eyebrows and little to no eyelashes. As well as a physical problem it has deep psychological impact as well; especially for women. We are taught that our hair is our crowning glory and femininity is, in part, defined by attributes such as our hair, eyebrows and eyelashes. Today there are high quality human-hair wigs to cover the scalp baldness resulting from Alopecia, but what to do about the eyebrows and eyelashes?

With realistic looking hair-stroke simulation, created with multiple colors and different techniques, permanent eyebrows can relieve from the need to pencil eyebrows daily.

In addition, the loss of eyelashes can be made less visible by adding permanent eyeliner or lash enhancement to the eyelid rim. It helps to color the lash line, thus avoiding the pale, sometimes red-rimmed look of eyes with no lashes.

We got you covered! No more pencils, powders or waxes that don’t stay on, aren’t waterproof and have to be applied every day.

* Alopecia occurs in people who are apparently healthy and have no visible skin disorder. Initial presentation most commonly occurs in the late teenage years, early childhood, or young adulthood, but can happen with people of all ages. The condition affects 0.1%–0.2% of humans, occurring in both males and females. Since it is an autoimmune problem, it means the body incorrectly sees the hair follicles as an “attacker” .This results in the person’s immune system going into a defensive/attack mode and destroying the hair follicles.