What is Scalp Micropigmentation?
Scalp Micropigmentation (SMP) is a highly advanced method of cosmetic pigmentation. While similar to traditional tattooing, Scalp Micropigmentation involves the use of highly specialized equipment and techniques to inject pigment into the scalp in the dotted pattern to mimic hair follicles. Scalp Micropigmentation is an extremely intricate procedure with a guaranteed result, carefully achieved over 3-5 sessions to create dimension and the most realistic appearance. Each session can take anywhere from 1-5 hours depending on the area size and individual circumstances. The quality of your treatment depends on three things: Using the most up-to-date equipment, good quality pigment and getting your treatment from the most skilled and experienced practitioner.
Tatyana’s passion for precision and dedication to the craft of hairdressing for 22 years, delivers results that are esthetically pleasing and realistic. With her deep knowledge about hair and scalp will make you feel comfortable and relaxed during the entire process.
Who are good candidates for SMP?
SMP may be an appropriate treatment method for many different people currently going through hair loss or who have experienced it in the past. Whether you’re overwhelmed with the different hair loss treatment options available or discouraged with failed attempts at remedying hair loss in the past, scalp micropigmentation can be the solution for receding hairlines, balding around the crown, or even hair related to disease and medical treatment.
Determining whether or not you’re a good candidate for scalp micropigmentation depends significantly on your specific circumstances and type of hair loss, so it’s important to schedule a consultation to determine if Scalp Micropigmentation is for you.
Some of the reasons you may consider SMP:
Individuals suffering from alopecia areata and alopecia totalis, cancer patients who’s hair suffered during radiation or chemotherapy, clients with transplant scarring, clients with balding patterns, receding hairlines, complete hair loss or thinning hair in general.
SMP is suitable for men and women alike and color can be adjusted to a wide variety of skin tones. That being said, certain skin conditions may prevent you from receiving treatment. Because of the needles and exposure to pigment, scalp micropigmentation can irritate the scalp of those with eczema, dermatitis, and psoriasis.
Before and aftercare will vary and precise instructions will be provided at the time of Consultation.
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