Meet Peter Joannou
With over 30 years experience in the men's hair styling and hair-loss industries, Peter Joannou has become one of the pioneering figures and leading specialists in the Tricopigmentation field. After training under John Freida and Nicky Clarke, he opened his own male grooming salon in Richmond. Now he runs one of the UK's leading clinics specialising in Tricopigmentation, based in Brighton, East Sussex.
Everything You Need To Know About Tricopigmentation
If you're completely new to the world of Tricopigmentation and considering this as a potential premium hair-loss solution, watch this video, which gives a great introduction to the procedure.
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Serving London and the South-East.
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Covid-19 Clinic Update
We are carefully monitoring updates & guidelines from the government. As soon as we are given the go ahead that it is safe to do so, we will resume treatments and re-open our clinic. However, virtual consultations are still going ahead.
A Little Bit About Our Services
Get to grips with the hair-loss procedure taking Europe by storm.
What Is Tricopigmentation?
Scalp Micropigmentation (or Tricopigmentation) is a specialty which has derived from Micro-pigmentation. Trico-pigmentation is the implantation of specifically developed pigment into the scalp. We implant microscopic dots that will simulate hair follicles and give the illusion of either more density or a shaved effect.
What is the difference between scalp Tricopigmentation & scalp Micropigmentation?
The main difference is that Scalp Tricopigmentation is semi-permanent. Tricopigmentation normally lasts for around 2-3 years. A top-up refresher is recommended approximately every 14-18 months. The top up enables the dots to look fresh and helps to maintain their depth and natural look.
Tricopigmentation 18-months on.
Tricopigmentation is a semi-permanent hair loss treatment for both men and women. Typically, clients re-visit our clinic within 18-months of their initial procedure for a top-up treatment, which re-establishes the definition and density of the pigment. If you haven’t yet booked in your top-up, the video below gives a great overview of what you can expect.
Why Choose Peter?
Here's What Some Of Our Clients Have To Say.
'I'm so pleased with the final result-Peter is such a professional guy and makes the whole process really pleasurable. Such a subtle & natural looking result that most people don't even realise it's not my actual hair! I highly recommend visiting Peter for a consultation.'
'Hi guys, I have just had my full head done by Peter Joannou, he has done a fantastic job, it looks like I have a full head of hair, my GP & ex wife think it's real hair'
'Right from the start I wanted something that would look extremely natural. I didn't want it to be obviously noticeable. Now I am very happy with it, I can see the difference, it blends in so well & is extremely complementary to me.'
“Peter saved me a fortune by helping me avoid having a hair transplant, extremely happy, I can't recommend him enough. A really lovely and professional bloke.'
“I received the treatment by Peter Joannou & I can say that he is a professional, his skills are commendable, he knows his work. I give him 10 out of 10.”
“I love it! Thank you so much for giving me more confidence. I can wear different hair styles now that I wasn't brave enough to wear before I had Tricopigmentation.''
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