WHAT IS SCALP MICROPIGMENTATION?
Scalp Micropigmentation, also known as SMP, is a non-invasive, non-surgical scalp treatment, where your natural pigments are applied at the epidermal level of the scalp to recreate the appearance of natural hair follicles. Treatments are for those who suffer from complete or near complete baldness, crown balding, receding hairlines, alopecia, & scars. SMP is a new, innovative solution for the appearance of a fuller head of hair.
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The practitioner applies highly specialized pigments using a multitude of different needle sizes, penetration depths, angles, pigment colors and distribution rates depending on the specific area of the scalp being treated. The skin tone of the individual and the desired final appearance also requires a professional application of pigments. This advanced technique is a form of cosmetic pigmentation.
Our needles used for Scalp Micropigmentation do not penetrate as deeply as other treatments. The Men’s Room always uses tested, high quality pigments that do not blur or fade overtime. We use state-of-the-art micro-fine needles in triple clusters to achieve guaranteed consistency.
Whether you have short or long hair, thinning hair or a visible scalp, SMP can provide the appearance of a thicker, fuller head of hair. Scalp Micropigmentation provides definition for full front, side and rear hairlines as well as restore a front hairline for full or partially bald heads. For those who keep their head shaved or simply don’t have any hair at all, the result is the look of a close shave or buzz cut style.
SMP is a very effective scar concealer as well! Whether you have scars from a prior surgical procedure, an accident, burns or birthmarks.
Who can benefit from Scalp Micropigmentation?
- Men wanting the look of fuller hair density
- People with shaved heads that desire hairline definition
- Those who suffer from alopecia
- Men who would like to camouflage burns, scars or birthmarks
- Non-candidates for hair transplantation