Why is LeBron James so secretive about his hair?


Why is LeBron James so secretive about his hair? 

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You may, or may not, have noticed that NBA star LeBron James appearance has changed recently. Certainly, many news outlets in the United States have seen, and they have all been on a speculative trip as to what has happened.

Of course, LeBron’s hair is his business, but there is nothing to be embarrassed about; there are approximately 35 million people in the US that are or have suffered with hair loss, and around 40% of those are of James’ age range. What we are saying is, this is very common and nothing that anybody should feel the need to hide away.

Even LeBron’s barber weighed in with his take, insisting it’s all-natural hair…

“I leave him less bald. He’s my guy. He’s my hardest haircut. He has good hair. You have to cut it right.”

The less said about that statement, the better, I think, again – there is nothing wrong with hair loss, why hide from it? That said, there are plenty of people that would prefer a full head of hair or something that has the appearance of a natural hairline. Obviously, this is fine too, and there is no right or wrong answer. Whatever Mr James has had done, it looks fantastic.

Micro Scalp Pigmentation New York

Transplants were likely used here, but it could easily have been scalp micropigmentation. A possible scenario is that LeBron James visited a scalp micropigmentation clinic while in New York, but what exactly is scalp pigmentation? Put simply it is an extremely cost-effective method of giving the appearance of a natural hairline.

Very often, the question of realism pops up, like “does micro scalp pigmentation look real?”. Well, the fact that nobody is sure if LeBron James has had hair transplants or pigmentation treatment speaks volumes about the effectiveness of micropigmentation.

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Is scalp micropigmentation expensive?

If you are looking for a highly effective, natural-looking hairline solution, then micropigmentation is almost certainly the way to go. Depending on how much work needs to be done, this kind of treatment can cost as much as four times less than hair transplants. For something as realistic and convincing as pigmentation treatment, it represents superb value for money.

We may never know precisely what LeBron James had done, or if his barber has magical abilities that leaves people ‘less bald’. All we do know that whatever it is, his hair looks great, and so can yours. Micropigmentation is a significant step forward in the treatment of hairline restoration, and you would be amazed by the results that are possible.

With prices as low as they are these days, you don’t need to be NBA rich to achieve the hairline that you desire. Take a look at our brochure and learn what the process is all about. There is no need to take our word for it either, take a look through our gallery and client testimonials here.


Skalp has two clinics in the US, you can find us located in mid town Manhattan and Long Beach, Los Angeles, with new locations coming soon.



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