Scalp micropigmentation Density treatment

Regaining Your Confidence

Scalp micropigmentation (SMP) is a permanent pigmentation procedure that replicates the look of a head full of hair. Experienced artists execute the procedure, offering women with hair loss issues a safe and effective solution.

SMP works for both bald and thinning hair. Originally developed for bald individuals, it can also be used to hide thinning hair by making it appear fuller. The artist selects a pigment that matches the hair color and works around any problem areas, thus enhancing the confidence of people experiencing hair loss.

However, before having SMP, there are a few things you should know. First, it does not replicate the look of longer hair. Second, if you have a receding hairline, the treatment may not be as effective. Therefore, it is recommended to consult with a reputable SMP professional to determine the best course of action.

An Effective Solution for Hair Loss in Women

The scalp coloring procedure involves tiny needles that puncture the scalp only 2mm deep. It will not damage the hair follicles as the pigments are only deposited between the hair follicles. The goal of SMP is to add depth and hair stubble without harming the real roots.

Typically, it takes two to three sessions to complete scalp micropigmentation. The SMP artist carefully evaluates the client’s hair and develops a treatment plan customized to their specific needs. Since everyone’s needs are unique, scalp micropigmentation is highly personalized. To achieve a three-dimensional look, the hair color is matched to the pigment. The first session involves using a light-toned color to cover thinning areas, and subsequent sessions involve adding details and darker shades to complete the treatment.

Scalp micropigmentation is a safe treatment option for all types of female hair loss. Additional sessions can be scheduled to enhance the pigmentation in your scalp if you experience additional hair concerns.