More commonly referred to as androgenetic alopecia, male pattern baldness occurs in nearly every male member of society eventually - just to varying degrees. Some hair loss will not be noticeable whereas, other men will lose most if not all of their hair. This is a progressive hereditary condition that is passed down from generation to generation in which the hair line gradually recedes. Additionally, testosterone has a lot to do with whether or not a man will go bald and, again, it can be to varying degrees and progress through or stop at various stages. Oddly enough, however, the effect of changing testosterone levels in the body (as it applies to hair loss) only affects the hair on your head.Thinning usually begins at the hairline and top of the scalp eventually leading to the thinning of hair at the crown as well. This results in a easily distinguishable 'horseshoe' pattern in men experiencing male pattern baldness.
Scalp micropigmentation can camouflage the effects of male pattern baldness because of the manner in which it is applied; even if your hair begins to thin even more than it has thus far scalp micropigmentation can cover your entire scalp, essentially 'future' proofing against anticipated hair loss.