WHAT IS SCALP MICROPIGMENTATION?

Frequently Asked Questions about Scalp Micropigmentation

Scalp Micro-pigmentation (or SMP, hair tattoo) is the process of injecting tiny amounts of pigment in to the upper layer of the skin, thus replicating the appearance of a follicle of hair. A microscopic needle is used to emulate the thickness of a follicular unit. When performed properly, SMP produces extremely realistic results which cannot be distinguished from a real follicle. The result creates the appearance of tiny hair follicles or short hair stubble. If you are starting to thin, recede, or if you are completely bald, we can give you the look of a short buzz cut.

Scalp micropigmentation should never be considered a one treatment process. Most clients can expect between 3-4 sessions to complete their treatment depending on the extent of hair loss or scarring. These treatments are usually spaced about 10-20 days apart.

The Scalp Micropigmentation treatment typically takes 2-4 hours per session depending on your degree of hair loss. Most clients can expect between 2-4 sessions to complete their treatment depending on the extent of hair loss or scarring. These treatments are usually spaced about 10-20 days apart.

Scalp micropigmentation has become such an effective hair loss solution because of its consistently natural and undetectable results. Enhanced Scalp prides itself on the ability to seamlessly replicate each individual hair follicle to create a perfect match for each client.

Scalp micropigmentation is non-invasive and requires no down time. In most cases, you will not need to take any extended time away from work, school, or other functions. After treatment it is common to notice slight redness on the scalp for 2-3 days post session. This redness subsides quickly and most clients return to work either right away or within a couple days. Clients are also allowed to wear hats or headwear should they feel the need.

Scalp Micropigmentation is a form of permanent cosmetics or permanent makeup. Often referred to as a cosmetic hair or scalp tattoo, this treatment typically lasts 4-6 years. After that time, a client may experience some slight fading, to which they can come back in for a quick touch up. This cosmetic solution will not wash off but can be tweaked as years go on. We always recommend meeting with our team of experienced expert practitioners to discuss your treatment options.

No. Scalp micropigmentation is a form of permanent cosmetics, but unlike tattoo ink, the pigment is designed to fall within the same color spectrum of short cut hair. The pigment contains no additional colorants or additives and will only lighten, not discolor over an extended time.

Scalp micropigmentation also utilizes different equipment than traditional tattooing, ensuring the needle and machine are designed specifically for micropigmentation of the scalp.

Yes, those with gray hair can still benefit from the scalp micropigmentation procedure. First, most clients are recommended to cut their hair to a short buzzed length. When this is done, gray hair does not appear as gray because the hair root itself is darker. Hair only shows gray as it gets longer. Second, we use a gray-scale pigment that can be adjusted in shade to blend with lighter hair tones. We simply create a lighter dilution for blending into the existing gray hairs.

For most clients, the pain minimal and it’s consistently less painful than traditional tattoos. After your session, you won’t experience any further discomfort.

No, we offer free consultations for anyone looking to learn about how scalp micropigmentation can help their hair loss.

We love what we do, and look forward to helping you

For your convenience, at Enhanced Scalp we offer a WhatsApp video call for a consultation. Alternatively, if you would prefer we can arrange a face to face consultation. When contacting us, Please state which method of consultation you would prefer.

Location

8760 Jane St, Concord, ON
L4K 2M9 Canada.

Mailing Address

info@enhancedscalp.com

Business Talk

(647) 896-9706

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