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Best Scalp Micropigmentation

The Best Scalp Micropigmentation

Scalp Micropigmentation is changing the world of hair loss like never before! For years, those suffering from hair loss have only had a couple of options, many of which ultimately didn’t work. Worse, there were no treatments at all for some forms of hair loss. Now, Scalp Micropigmentation, one of the fastest-growing hair loss treatments, has finally gained notoriety. It is a permanent solution to an issue that causes stress, sadness, and unhappiness in millions of people every day. If you are considering this treatment, then you probably have a ton of questions and want to know if this is the right procedure for you. The best place to start is here, where we explain what this procedure is, how it works, and who it is for.

How Does Scalp Micropigmentation Work?

Scalp Micropigmentation works very similarly to tattooing in that an artist uses a needle to deposit pigment into the skin. This pigmentation is done in a way that mimics natural hair follicles and shading to achieve a very realistic look. The artist goes in between your existing hair follicles to create the appearance that there are more. They also utilize a technique called pointillism, which involves the use of thousands of tiny dots to create shapes and shading. These dots are indistinguishable from a distance and are what gives the appearance of real, natural hair follicles on your scalp. Scalp Micropigmentation touch-ups can be done every few years to keep your scalp looking good. Touch-ups can also be done to change the shape of your hairline, side profiles, and more once you are ready for a new look. This procedure is changing the lives of those suffering from a receding hairline, hair loss, and much more. Scalp Micropigmentation Toronto

Does Scalp Micropigmentation Work for Long Hair?

Yes, Scalp Micropigmentation works for long hair! However, there are some stipulations to keep in mind if you are considering Scalp Micropigmentation for long hair. First, Scalp Micropigmentation was initially created with a bald scalp in mind. The way the pigment is placed into the skin was specially designed to mimic hair follicles and look like stubble or hair growing in. That being said, that doesn’t mean it doesn’t help if you have long hair. Scalp Micropigmentation is particularly helpful for long hair if you are suffering from thinning hair. Scalp Micropigmentation can make your hair seem fuller, give it depth, and the appearance of volume. However, it isn't a one size fits all solution. If you have long hair but a receding hairline that you want to correct, Scalp Micropigmentation could look out of place and noticeable on your scalp after a certain point. It is always best to choose a well-trained artist who has a strong portfolio that you trust to give you the best look possible. Long Hair Scalp Micropigmentation Markham

What is the Difference Between Scalp Micropigmentation and Tattooing?

Scalp Micropigmentation and tattooing are very similar. In both procedures, an artist uses a needle to place permanent pigment into the skin, and those receiving the treatment may experience some slight discomfort from the needle. You could even say that Scalp Micropigmentation is a type of scalp tattoo. However, Scalp Micropigmentation differs from tattooing in several ways. First, the needles used by Scalp Micropigmentation artists are smaller and finer than those used by tattoo artists. Tattoo artists also place the pigment deeper into the skin than Scalp Micropigmentation artists. If you read up on tattoo artists and their techniques, you will see several different methods artists use to apply tattoos. For Scalp Micropigmentation in Toronto, you will find that all artists use only one method, and that is the pointillism technique. Pointillism is a series of thousands of tiny dots that create an image, shape, or shading. These dots are what mimic natural hair follicles and make this procedure so unique and realistic looking. Scalp Micropigmentation Markham

Our Favourite Scalp Micropigmentation Aftercare Products

After Inked

After Inked Tattoo Moisturizer delivers effective skin moisturization and helps to preserve the colours of your tattoos. There's no petroleum so it won't stick to or stain your clothes. This moisturizing skin lotion, enriched with Grape Seed Oil, can also be used on any permanent makeup procedure on lips, brows, eye liner, and areola, as well as an after-laser tattoo removal moisturizing lotion. After Inked is Dermatologist tested, non-allergenic and non-irritating.

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PurSan

PurSan Aftercare is a specially formulated Vegan skin cleanser used to clean and moisturize as part of an aftercare regimen for fresh tattoos and piercings. It revitalizes, refreshes and purifies skin without drying it out. Gentle yet effective, PurSan contains no parabens, fragrances, colourants or alcohol. Chloroxylenol (PCMX) is a proven antimicrobial ingredient shown to be effective against bacteria and viruses without burning or irritating the skin. Hydroxypropyl Methylcellulose (Hypromellose) is an ultra-high grade lubricant ideal for sensitive skin.

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What is a Micropigmentation Procedure?

Micropigmentation is a form of permanent makeup where cosmetic pigment is deposited into your skin with a needle. These cosmetic treatments are permanent and are an easy and simple solution to a problem that is otherwise hard to fix. Many different people choose to undergo Micropigmentation procedures. From chemotherapy patients to those losing their hair, it is a lifechanging procedure that can restore looks and, more importantly, confidence and self-esteem. Scalp Micropigmentation specifically works wonders for hair restoration and hair loss treatments. If you are losing your hair, this procedure could be the one that changes your life for the better and finally solves your hair loss issues.

Is Micro Scalp Pigmentation Permanent?

Alot of people ask "How Long Does Scalp Micropigmentation Last?". Yes, micro scalp pigmentation is permanent. The pigment deposited into your skin will last forever. However, touch-up treatments will more than likely be necessary. Most people who undergo micro scalp pigmentation find that they need to go back for a touch-up every 3 to 7 years. This wide range varies from person to person and depends on several factors such as their lifestyle, immune system, and more. One thing that can diminish or extend the time between touch-ups is sun and ultraviolet light exposure. These things can speed up the fading process of scalp pigmentation. For your procedure to last longer, avoid exposure to these rays and wear SPF 30-50 sunscreen whenever possible. While this procedure is permanent, much like a tattoo, it can be removed with the use of a laser. Scalp Micropigmentation can actually be easier to remove than a tattoo because it is placed shallower in the skin than a typical tattoo. This hair loss treatment is safer and more effective than nearly any other option. Imagine all your hair loss struggles finally going away and never having to worry about how you are going to cover up your hair loss again. That's exactly what Scalp Micropigmentation does! If you still have questions about the procedure or are struggling to decide if this is the right treatment for you, then find a local artist and go in for a consultation! They can answer all of your questions and put your mind at ease.

Ready to Explore Scalp Micropigmentation?

At Chronic Ink Tattoo, our talented Scalp Micropigmentation artists are ready to help you achieve the look you want for your hair. If you’re in the Toronto or Markham area drop by our shop and check us out for yourself.

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Scalp Micropigmentation Studio Locations

Downtown Toronto

378 Yonge Street, 2nd Floor, Toronto, Ontario M5B 1S6 Directions

Markham

7381 Kennedy Road, Unit #105, Markham, Ontario L3R 5B5 Directions

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