If you’re experiencing balding or hair loss, micropigmentation may be for you. This permanent hair tattoo technique acts as a non-surgical solution for hair loss. Even if you’ve undergone hair restoration surgery in the past, have worn hair systems, or have scars or skin conditions, scalp pigmentation can still work for you. Scalp micropigmentation can provide a desired look for those suffering from hair loss in men and women of all ages.
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For shaved or short hair
Scalp Micropigmentation is when micro deposits of pigment are positioned within the dermal layer of the skin, with the aim of providing the natural appearance of hair follicles. It creates the look of a shaved or short hair coming through the scalp by strategically placing pigments, even in totally bald areas.
For long hair
Scalp Micro Pigmentation can be used to camouflage hair loss without the need to shave the head. This approach is ideal for men and women who do not want to shave their hair, and is better suited for darker hair colours. We scratch tiny lines into your scalp so that they look just like individual hairs, and scatter pigment onto the scalp to give a visual density and thickening effect.
Adding implants and featherweight strokes with a pigment on the epidermis layer for the skin, we can create fine, realistic, and natural hair strokes, or add a light scattering of pigment across the rest of the scalp; this gives the illusion of a completely full head of hair. You will be amazed at the results and it will be difficult to distinguish between what is real hair and what is the impression of a pigment.
For thin hair
Men and women choose this treatment to add greater visual density,
or as a thickening effect for long thinning hair by darkening the scalp, therefore creating the illusion of a thicker and fuller head of hair. We use embroidery strokes to create the natural look of hair or scatter to create the natural appearance of hair follicles.
We are able to delicately deposit pigment into the scar tissue and surrounding area to help blend out and diminish the visibility of the scarring. By accurately matching colours and creating the look of follicles inside the scar, many clients can expect up to an 85% improvement in the appearance of scarring.