Look Book

Certainly! A hair patch, also known as a hairpiece or hair system, is a non-surgical solution for individuals experiencing hair loss or thinning. It is designed to seamlessly blend with your natural hair, creating a fuller, more voluminous look. Here's how a hair patch typically looks:

  1. Base: The base of a hair patch is usually made of a thin, breathable material that closely mimics the appearance of the scalp. It is typically made of materials like lace, monofilament, or polyurethane. The base is custom-made to fit the specific area of hair loss, whether it's the crown, top, or sides.
  2. Hair: High-quality, natural human hair is carefully selected to match your hair color, texture, and density. The hair is individually hand-tied or injected into the base, replicating the growth pattern of natural hair. This ensures a seamless integration with your existing hair and a natural-looking result.
  3. Attachment: The hair patch is attached to your scalp using various methods, such as adhesive tapes, clips, or bonding agents. The attachment method can vary depending on your preference, lifestyle, and the specific hair patch design.
  4. Styling: Once the hair patch is securely in place, it can be styled just like natural hair. You can cut, trim, and shape it to achieve your desired hairstyle. You can also use styling products, such as gels, sprays, and heat tools, to create different looks.
  5. Blending: Skilled professionals ensure that the hair patch seamlessly blends with your natural hair. They meticulously blend the edges of the hair patch with your existing hairline and surrounding hair, creating a smooth transition and a completely natural appearance.