Hair Camouflage Tattoo Treatment at BitCare in Frisco, Texas

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How does it work?

Camouflage tattooing is a pain-free, permanent solution that applies pigment to the scalp to mimic a naturally shaved head. In order to perform the procedure correctly, highly skilled experts in cosmetic pigmentation are unable to do so because the tools and methods used are not compatible with those of cosmetic tattoos. In essence, a camouflage tattoo artist must imitate the appearance of thousands of hair follicles as they would appear on a freshly shaven head. When done properly, camouflage tattooing can appear extremely natural and realistic, even up close. 

Hair Camouflage Tattoo at BitCare

Camouflage tattooing replicates and simulates individual hair follicles using specialised pigment, needles, and machines, much like a tattoo. It can be used as a stand-alone procedure to achieve the short “buzzed hairstyle,” which is ideal for people who cannot or do not want to undergo a hair transplant. It may also be combined with a hair transplant to improve the surgical outcome and cover the scalp, resulting in more visual density. 

A close-up image of a camouflage tattoo covering a scar on someone's skin.


You can see a difference as soon as you have the tattoo. After the procedure, the area may experience scabbing, flakiness, and irritation; proper aftercare is essential to achieve the best outcomes once healed. 

Try Camouflage Tattoo Treatment at BitCare in Frisco, Texas

Complete the form to book a consultation or call (469)-750-CARE(2273). Our team shall contact you and discuss the treatment plan that will best suite you.

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This procedure is not painful.

It is permanent because this is an actual tattoo. All tattoos undergo gradual changes due to ageing, sun exposure, and lifestyle. Some tattoos will require a touch-up every 3-5 years.

Most people will require two treatments. It covers both the initial and subsequent treatments. A patient may require up to four treatments in some cases.

There is very little downtime after the initial treatment; for instance, you won’t be able to shower that evening or work out for two weeks.