New tattoo trend is helping people with baldness
MINNEAPOLIS -- People often sport tattoos to express something they love or want to memorialize, but a new tattoo trend is helping people with baldness.
The high-tech needles makes tiny irregular marks just like natural hair follicles. The process of tattooing a scalp can take as long as eight hours because the goal is to mark the entire head.
Naseem Mobin, a client had the process done to cover up baldness and said, "it was amazing the transformation that I seen. It looked so much better. I love it."
The owner of a company in Minneapolis that performs this procedure said that he and his partner perfected the hair replication process on themselves.