Whether you’re looking for an alternative to dangerous hair-loss drugs or a solution to scarring or other skin conditions, scalp micropigmentation offers the look of very short hairs that would appear on a closely shaved scalp. The cosmetic tattooed hair follicles are natural in appearance and blend perfectly with the color and texture of your current hair. Upkeep is effortless. Simply keep your hair closely shaved and you’ll always look your best.
Scalp micropigmentation creates a thicker look to your current hair follicles by reducing the contrast between your scalp and your hair colour, which is why the end result is so completely natural. The blend of scalp micropigmentation and your own hair provides fullness to the thinning areas while also hiding scars and other imperfections.
Because hairline styles may change from time to time, we use a product that gently fades over a period of time. This also allows for a gradual change in colour as our client’s age and may want to ease into a salt-and-pepper mix of colour for a more mature look.
Scalp Micropigmentation is the artistic application of pigmentation dots to bald or thinning areas of the scalp around existing hair follicles to recreate the appearance of a closely shaven scalp. Scalp micropigmentation is typically used to create the appearance of fullness to thinning hair, or to camouflage a hair transplant or other scalp scar.
Similar to a cosmetic tattoo, scalp micropigmentation is a non-surgical procedure carried out by our professional technicians and qualified staff. A normal session can last anywhere from one to three hours and the entire scalp micropigmentation procedure is generally completed within three sessions.
When it comes to choosing scalp micropigmentation as your hair loss solution, be mindful of the professional you select for the process. Not all hair tattoos are the same, because each scalp pigmentation practitioner has their own style, technique, experience, and training. While scalp micropigmentation may be one of the most effective permanent hair loss treatments available today, you should still take care and choose a specialist who understands your hair loss issues, has the right experience, and has enough knowledge and training to effectively replicate the natural appearance of real hair follicles.