What Is Hairline Plus?

Hairline microblading is a hair replacement procedure that gives hair-like strokes to the hairline without any harsh, invasive procedures. Unlike other hair restoration treatments, it doesn’t require surgery or transplants but instead uses cosmetic microblading to create the appearance of a natural hairline. The treatment can be used on both women and men who need their hairlines restored for various reasons.

This is a perfect solution for those who want to hide their big foreheads or have hair that peeks at the top. Hairline microblading is a process that has gained traction in the U.S., due to its popularity with those who do not love their hairline and how it frames their face, or want fuller looking hair (In the US this service is also called scalp micropigmentation).

This article will discuss everything you need to know about hairline microblading including how much it costs and what areas are typically treated with this procedure.

The cost for this treatment varies from person to person dependent upon what area needs work done, how much hair needs covered up in general, where it is being done (e.g., office vs home), etc. But we do know generally speaking people pay anywhere between $500-$2500 for hairline microblading treatments per session with redoing needed every few years or so as necessary.

Hairline Microblading Benefits

  • Appearance of a less-receding hairline
  • Thicker looking hair
  • Natural looking

Microblading creates the illusion of a thicker, fuller head of hair with precise strokes that give off a natural look and feel to it. It’s also much more cost-effective than other procedures geared toward those suffering from thinning or receding hairlines because microblading doesn’t require any type of surgery or incisions made on topically sensitive areas like scalps.

Hairline Microblading vs. Hair Transplants

Microblading is a popular alternative to hair transplants for those who are seeking an easy, less invasive way of correcting their receding hairlines. Microblading can be completed in one treatment and typically costs between $500-$1,000 while transplant surgery will usually cost at least twice as much!

How to Prepare for Hairline Microblading

One of the pluses of the treatment is that not much is required on your end. “No preparation is necessary,” says Jackie Lum. Once you’re settled in, though, you’ll need to prepare to sit still for a while. “Depending on the area covered (we can go from just temples to a full hairline), the treatment can take one to two hours,” says Jackie. “We will numb the area before treatment so there is no discomfort.”

What To Expect From The Hairline Microblading Process

Microblading has been used to create beautiful and natural looking eyebrow shapes for years. This process is now being done on the hairline as well! Not only can this look more youthful, but it also gives an instantly fuller appearance without you needing to worry about finding a style that suits your face shape or battling with sparse hairs in certain parts of your head because they don’t match those around them like so many people experience when growing their own eyebrows out naturally over time.

Side Effects

Some people are a little apprehensive about getting microbladed because they’re scared of the pain or don’t want to commit, but there’s more than that. You may not love it and if you go to an artist who does bad work then your Microblading could look off too. While these risks seem small, chances really do exist for them happening.

After the ink used for microblading is applied, it will slowly fade over time and typically lasts about two years. This isn’t a bad thing though because when it fades away completely, you won’t be left with that unnatural blue color on your brows like what many people experience after they undergo Microbladinging procedures. “Results last up to one year,” says Lum.


Microblading care doesn’t end with the first treatment. You’ll want to avoid direct sunlight, swimming and picking at your Microblading for 10 days after it’s applied – this will help ensure proper healing and color retention. To maintain top shape, you should also refrain from washing around your area or intense exercise during that time frame as well.


A Hairline Microblading specialist is an excellent person to go to if you are in search for a natural looking way of hiding your balding or thinning hair. There’s not much that can stop the terrible effects from happening – even though there’s been some promising research recently on what causes it in the first place! The problem with this treatment is that people who experience skin issues like acne and psoriasis may be more prone to irritation because their scalps have active environments full of bacteria which could cause further inflammation when undergoing treatments such as these. I would advise taking time out do thorough research before choosing where you get treated so you don’t end up regretting getting something done too soon without realizing any potential risks.

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