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Scalp micropigmentation is a modified form of tattooing that involves the deposition of small pigment implants below the upper and lower layers of the skin. It is ideal for men and women who want to regain their confidence with natural-looking hair follicles, regardless of their hair loss stage.
This natural, low-maintenance procedure may help improve your hair appearance and boost your self-esteem. Needless to say, this procedure should be performed by well-trained and qualified professionals. They may use natural pigments and a custom-blended shade to match your natural hair color and skin tone.
6 Types of Scalp Micropigmentation Treatment
Scalp micropigmentation is a promising procedure that can be used for:
1.Male Pattern Baldness
People may experience hair loss in different ways. Those who experience male pattern baldness tend to witness receding hairline followed by hair loss at the crown of the head. This condition shatters people’s confidence and makes them overly conscious of their physical appearance.
Thanks to scalp micropigmentation, you don’t have to rely on hair transplants, laser caps, or other invasive procedures to treat male pattern baldness. Your scalp micropigmentation artist will use tiny hair follicle deposits to restore your original hairline. This is the ideal non-surgical way to create a defined hairline and enjoy a natural, shaved hair appearance.
Scalp micropigmentation artists create a custom-tailored treatment plan for each client, considering the fact that everyone has a different hairline shape. The pigment blend used is also unique for everyone. Another great thing about this non-invasive treatment is that you can return to work and carry on with your daily activities.
2.Full Hair Loss Restoration
If you’ve been struggling with hair loss for years now and have reached a point of no return, you can opt for scalp micropigmentation for full hair loss restoration. This minimally invasive procedure works wonders for creating the appearance of a full head of hair.
What’s exciting is that you can create a new hairline with the appropriate framing of the face. Scalp micropigmentation artists are skilled and trained to reverse the effect of hair loss and make it look like you have shaved your hair very short. The buzz cut ensures a clean, timeless aesthetic, allowing you to boost your self-confidence.
3.Scalp Scar Camouflage
This is one of the most common types of scalp micropigmentation treatment. Many people are concerned about compromised hair look due to the scar/s on their head. These scars may result from a previous hair transplant surgery like Follicular Unit Transplantation (FUT) or Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE). While an FUE removes individual hair follicles and results in less scarring, a FUT involves removing strips of hair from the donor area at the back of the head, leaving a linear scar behind. Moreover, the remaining hair may look extremely thin and patchy, causing men to feel embarrassed and overly self-conscious.
Scalp micropigmentation serves as an effective procedure for concealing these scars to ensure a well-blended hair look. The pigments are implanted into the scar region and blended with the surrounding hair. You can expect 60-80% of scar concealment with this method. The results depend on the texture and aggressiveness of the scar. The more raised and prominent your scar is, the more likely you’ll have to keep your hair longer for effective camouflaging.
Rest assured that scalp micropigmentation doesn’t require a high pain tolerance. The procedure is more uncomfortable than painful.
Alopecia or hair loss is a common condition among men and women. It has three types:
Androgenic alopecia (male pattern baldness)
Alopecia areata (patches of baldness)
Ophiasis alopecia (hair loss on the lower back and sides of the hair)
No matter which type of alopecia you’re suffering from, you can handle its effects with a non-invasive hair loss treatment like scalp micropigmentation. Your artist will restore the appearance of hair follicles to resemble a fresh buzz cut and eliminate the signs of hair loss.
Improving hair density to treat thinning hair is also one of the most common types of scalp micropigmentation treatment. If you have short hair with minimal signs of hair loss and want to enhance your appearance with fuller, thicker hair, you should consider consulting with a scalp micropigmentation artist.
The density filling procedure targets bald spots on your head to ensure your hair looks even. It also gives a natural, dense look to your existing hair. Your scalp micropigmentation artist will deposit pigments into the skin’s dermal layer to mimic extra hair on the thinning areas.
6.Women’s Hair Loss
While people usually associate hair loss with men, hair thinning is a common problem faced by women of all ages. However, in contrast to men, women don’t experience hair loss due to genetic reasons. Physiological changes and illnesses are to blame, in general.
Below are a few reasons women struggle with hair loss and hair thinning.
Hormone fluctuations after pregnancy
Thankfully, scalp micropigmentation allows women to regain the appearance of thicker, fuller hair in just a few sessions. Your artist will discuss your needs, goals, and expectations to determine the suitable treatment procedure for you. They also focus on the scale of hair loss while devising the perfect treatment plan.
The Bottom Line
People struggling with thinning hair, receding hairline, alopecia, and overall hair loss can benefit from different types of scalp micropigmentation treatment. This non-surgical procedure works effectively to improve the appearance of your scalp.
At Microblading Los Angeles by Tinted Liquid, our experts use the latest equipment and the best pigments to guarantee successful results. The treatment will be tailored to your skin color and type. To learn more about this hair loss treatment or book an initial consultation with one of the most skilled and experienced artists to discuss your needs, reach out to us today.