Bespoke Scalp Micropigmentation
Before I became a Scalp Micropigmentation Technician, which is a fantastic Hair Loss Solution, I owned & was running my own Barber Business. I decided to take a course in Scalp Micropigmentation (SMP) after coming across it on a TV program. I was then working in the barber shop & also doing the SMP treatment on my days off & after I finished work. I then did a Master Class in SMP to perfect my skill. I was getting busier & busier, so I decided to close the barber shop and open a clinic in Wakefield where I do Scalp Micropigmentation & Bespoke Hair Systems. I have had many clients and I absolutely love what I do. I am passionate, confident, enthusiastic & every client will get an amazing treatment. I will not rush the treatment & I strive to give the best look I possibly can & make the impressions look like hair follicles. Spending years being a barber, I know exactly what they should look like & how to draw the right type of hairline on every client because not all hairlines suit all people . So, when you book in with Follicle Illusion, you are getting much more than, as some people say, "having dots put onto your head". Your dream of having the look of a shaved head or added density will come true here. This is one on the best Hair Loss Treatments Around.
Suite 7, Vincent House, 136 Westgate, WF2 9SR
Wakefield WF2 9SR
Wakefield is a cathedral city in West Yorkshire, England located on the River Calder. The city had a population of 153,075 in the 2021 census, up from 99,251 in the 2011 census. The city is the administrative centre of the wider City of Wakefield metropolitan district, which had a 2021 population of 353,368, the 23rd most populous district in England. It is part of the West Yorkshire Built-up Area and the Yorkshire and The Humber region. In 1888, it was one of the last group of towns to gain city status due to having a cathedral. The city has a town hall and county hall, as the former administrative centre of the city's county borough and metropolitan borough as well as county town to both the West Riding of Yorkshire and West Yorkshire, respectively. The Battle of Wakefield took place in the Wars of the Roses, and the city was a Royalist stronghold in the Civil War. Wakefield became an important market town and centre for wool, exploiting its position on the navigable River Calder to become an inland port. In the 18th century, Wakefield traded in corn, coal mining and textiles. == History == === Toponymy === The name Wakefield may derive from "Waca's field" – the open land belonging to someone named "Waca" or could have evolved from the Old English word wacu, meaning "a watch or wake", and feld, an open field in which a wake or festival was held.
Neighborhoods around WakefieldFlanshaw Estate, Eastmoor Estate, Newton Hill, Lupset Estate, Peacock Estate, Darnley Estate, Great Cliff, Lupset, Wakefield, East Moor, Alverthorpe, Woodkirk, Hightown, Wakefield, Outwood, Wakefield District, Horbury Bridge, Warmfield cum Heath, Thornes, Walton,
Things To Do in Wakefield
The Hepworth Wakefield
Yorkshire Sculpture Park
Anglers Country Park
National Trust - Nostell
Walton Colliery Nature Park
Pugneys Country Park
National Coal Mining Museum for England
Chantry Chapel of St Mary the Virgin
Hemsworth Water Park