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Scalp Micropigmentation


Scalp Micropigmentation, a hair extension or permanent hair tattoo, is an artificial cosmetic hair extension designed to provide a faux-hawk, short hair style, or thick, body-hugging hair. It can be used by men or women and can change hair appearance and texture for a wide range of occasions. In some cases, it can also be used as part of a body tattoo. Scalp micro pigmentation is similar to dying hair naturally; it involves applying an intense layer of color (usually red or brown) to the target skin area.

The Scalp Micropigmentation procedure is performed in office-based studios across the country. This service offers permanent hair restoration using the latest equipment, state-of-the-art pigment colours, and quality services. It uses a specialised salon solution that contains formulated chemicals and dyes to provide the best looking result with a natural, quickening effect. This process has been thoroughly tested and proven to deliver long lasting, natural-looking results. In fact, many celebrities use Scalp Micro Pigmentation to enhance their natural hair colour.

Another popular Scalp Micropigmentation technique is called Micro Scalp Micropigmentation (MSP). With this treatment, tiny amounts of pigment are injected into the balding areas to temporarily disguise them. MSP is used for both short and long term hair loss and is a safe, noninvasive alternative to traditional hair replacement procedures. While it works well with small areas of balding, it can not work for people whose baldness is diffuse. This treatment is effective for both young and older men.

After Micro Scalp Micropigmentation (MSP), your practitioner will apply a temporary colour on your scalp (a concealer will be applied afterwards). Your artist will then pick a small area of your head where you would like to receive the colour change and will carefully work the pigment (or colouring) into that area by using a specialized needle applicator wand. The colour will be absorbed gradually over several weeks, and will fade slightly as each week goes by.

There are some important things to know before beginning a Scalp Micro Pigmentation treatment: if you have a medical condition that may be affected negatively on its own, do not use Scalp Micro Pigments. If you have any kind of allergies or latex sensitivities, you should also check to make sure your practitioner does not use any products containing these allergens. Finally, if you are using MSP to treat a small area only, ensure that you do not move the treated area around the affected area too much. The pigment will be absorbed in small doses, and can cause redness and irritation if it is disturbed too much. Moving the Scalp Micropigmentation treatment area around the affected areas will only spread the pigment and irritation more.

Some people believe that Scalp Micropigmentation will help them to regenerate lost natural hair follicles. Although this may help to some extent, the Pigment is not designed to increase the thickness of your hair, nor do the effects of this treatment last for long periods of time. For many people, the Scalp Micropigmentation treatment is an effective way to get a natural looking head of hair back. If the desired result is to improve the thickness of your hair, you should consider discussing any treatment with a professional provider prior to starting any treatment. With the right care, the Scalp Micropigmentation procedure should be quite effective.

Whether you’re affected by male or female pattern baldness, alopecia, thinning hair, or scalp scarring from surgery or an accident, Scalp Micropigmentation could be the solution for you. Contact with our team for the best services.

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