Cosmetic tattooing is believed to date back to at least 10,000 BC. During that time, the Inuit people of the Arctic region used small needles made of animal bones to create tattoos on the faces of women. These tattoos were believed to provide protection and enhance the beauty of women.
The scalp micropigmentation technique is a new technique of pigmentation. SMP or scalp micropigmentation is a cosmetic procedure that uses tiny needles to implant pigment into the scalp, simulating the appearance of hair follicles. It is often used to disguise hair loss caused by conditions such as alopecia or male-pattern baldness. A scalp micropigmentation treatment is a non-surgical, minimally invasive treatment that can help to restore the appearance of your hairline.
Can I get Scalp Micropigmentation for fair hair?
Yes, scalp micropigmentation can work for fair hair. However, it is important to find a qualified technician who understands how to work with light hair tones. Failure to do so could result in an unnatural appearance. In general, light hair requires a slightly different approach than dark hair.
The only difference between the SMP of dark and light hair is the selection and shade of the pigment.
Does Scalp Micropigmentation for Fair Hair Look Good?
There is no definitive answer to this question as everyone’s perception of what looks good varies. However, scalp micropigmentation can be a great option for fair hair, as it could create the appearance of fuller hair and camouflage any areas of thinning or baldness. The SMP looks very natural and realisticwhen an expert artist works on your scalp.
Does Scalp Micropigmentation work for gray hair?
Using the SMP technique for people with gray hair is pretty common and the result would be amazing and natural since the added cosmetic hair follicles look grayish anyway. At Golden Pulse Academy, we utilize the latest techniques and materials to provide a reliable treatment based on the client’s hair type and color.
What happens to Scalp Micropigmentation when you get older?
The hair color may change with age due to the way that hair follicles produce melanin. Melanin is the pigment that gives hair its color, and it may change in production as people get older. Additionally, as people age, their hair may become finer and less pigmented.
It could be a concern for you what would happen to the scalp micropigmentation appearance if hair starts turning gray or white. The good news is that SMP is a semi-permanent treatment and which means that it gets faded over time. The scalp traditional tattoo stays on the skin forever and there is no easy way to remove it for redesign or change it when it is time and needed. SMP is a semi-permanent makeup designed so that it fades gradually over the years, along with natural hair color change. This point allows the SMP artist to modify and redesign the treatment area after a few years to match it with the actual hair loss and hair color condition.
Does Scalp micropigmentation work for women with light-hair?
Yes, the SMP works perfectly for women with dark or light hair. Also, it works for both short and long hair.
Golden Pulse Academy
We offer the best hair thinning, hair transplant complementary cosmetic treatment and scar camouflage by micropigmentation. Golden Pulse Clinic offers free appointments and evaluations for those considering scalp micropigmentation in Toronto. Our experienced master artistcan help you determine if this procedure is a right treatment for you, and we will work with you to create a treatment plan that meets your specific needs. Contact us today to schedule your free appointment!