A lot of people are troubled by pattern baldness or a general lack of hair. Running around for treatment does usually just end up being an expensive affair, with results varying from nothing to transplants. This rather unique but ingenious method apparently would work as well, and probably be a lot less expensive. The idea came to Ian Watson after he was suffering from the same problem.
He initially used a felt tip pen to dot his head to give the illusion of close cropped hair, and teamed up with his brother’s widow Ranbir Rai-Watson to come up with the idea of camouflaging baldness with dots. They call this technique MHT (Micro Hair Technique) Scalp Pigmentation.
Hair-like patterns are tattooed on the skin to give the illusion of close cropped hair. Both of them learned the technique and correct patterns before starting off the business.