Your questions answered about scalp micropigmentation
What is scalp micropigmentation?
Scalp micropigmentation is considered one of the various treatments for hair loss. It is a purely cosmetic procedure that’s designed to give the illusion of thicker, fuller hair on one’s scalp.
Read our guide and watch our video to find out more
Is scalp micropigmentation the same as a tattoo?
In short yes, scalp micropigmentation is the same as a tattoo, however it has subtle differences. i.e the technique, needles that are used and the depth we implant the ink.
Does scalp micropigmentation hurt?
Minimal pain is felt during scalp micropigmentation. Most say 3/10 in comparison to a traditional tattoo. However, everybody’s pain threshold is different. We advise clients to have eaten and drunk well on the day of the treatment. Further information can be found on our pre-treatment forms.
Does scalp micropigmentation fade or discolour?
Over time (2-5 years) your scalp micropigmentation treatment will naturally fade down, at this point a touch up is recommended.
We only use carbon based black pigments so you can be sure the impressions will not turn blue in colour.
How long will scalp micropigmentation last?
Our scalp micropigmentation treatments will usually last anywhere between 2-5 years before any touch up is required.
The touch up is a quicker procedure in comparison to your initial treatment. Please enquire regarding prices on touch ups.
Does scalp micropigmentation look real?
Scalp micropigmentation will give you the illusion of that 5 o’clock shadow/buzz cut look.
Through training with some of the best artist in the world rest assured that our finish is undetectable.
How long does scalp micropigmentation take?
Our scalp micropigmentation treatment times generally last from 2-4 hours depending on the condition of the scalp and the area that needs covering.
How long will the redness from scalp micropigmentation last?
Everybody’s skin type is slightly different but we usually say 24-72 hours.
Please follow post treatment guidelines.