Often recommended as an excellent alternative to hair transplants, scalp micropigmentation, is becoming a popular hair loss treatment for women. Like hair transplants, it is largely carried out on men, but is rising in its popularity with women.
Understanding scalp micropigmentation
Scalp miropigmentation delivers specially formulated pigments into the scalp to create realistic looking hair follicles.
Throughout the treatment, tiny pigments of colour are carefully deposited into the scalp upper the dermis layer of skin. Scalp MicroPigmentation isn’t a tattoo and you certainly can’t undergo Scalp MicroPigmentation by your local tattoo artist, SMP is a specialised cosmetic skin colouring treatment that should be only administered by a qualified cosmetic SMP practitioner.
Pigments can be blended to match your existing hair, so the results of the treatment are very natural and can last for a number of years, only requiring a top-up if it begins to fade over time. Women may be concerned that scalp micropigmentation isn’t for them when they see pictures of male patients with shaved hairstyles, yet scalp micropigmentation can also be used to expertly disguise thinning areas in longer hair.