It’s a good question. It’s one that needs to be asked and must be answered before you decide to go ahead with scalp micropigmentation. Will the SMP blend in with the rest of your hair? The short answer is maybe. But that’s not very helpful.
Men with fair hair are often unsure as to whether they can have scalp micropigmentation. Scalp micropigmentation is the process of injecting a special kind of ink beneath the surface of the scalp – it acts as a semi-permanent tattoo, giving the impression of hair.
Scalp micropigmentation – the process of ‘tattooing’ hair follicles onto the scalp to look like natural hair – is for everyone. It does not matter what skin tone you have – the process will show up on dark skin or fair skin as long as you have an expert practitioner to guide you through the process, and to carry out the work.
If you are suffering from hair loss you may have considered having a scalp micropigmentation procedure carried out to combat the effects. But without the proper advice, you may find yourself having problems deciding who to use and whether or not to go ahead.
No one would choose to have scalp micropigmentation if they knew that the end result would be one that looked completely unrealistic. Would they? Probably not, although having the choice is essential. This is why you must always have a long consultation with your expert practitioner before deciding to go ahead with the treatment.
The end of your care and treatment shouldn’t end when the last drop of ink has been added to your scalp. In order to have a natural, attractive looking hairline, and in order to have the most painless and fastest healing time possible, you need an excellent aftercare package too.
Everyone patient that comes to Vinci’s Micro Scalp Pigmentation (MSP) clinics is different, and each MSP case is evaluated by our experienced MSP consultants on its own merits, and it is usually the case that to achieve the best, long lasting results micro scalp pigmentation needs to be built up over multiple sessions.
When making the important decision to go ahead with scalp micro pigmentation – or not – it is essential that you carry out plenty of research, gathering together a number of useful questions to ask when you have your initial discussions with your practitioner.
Scalp micro pigmentation was originally designed as a clever and extremely effective way to give those with thinning or lost hair a way to look as though they have a full, healthy head of hair again, but it was soon realised that it has other uses and benefits too.
Scalp micro pigmentation is a wonderful thing. It enables those with thinning hair or bald scalps to have the chance of a scalp that looks as though it has hair – it is a tattooing technique which gives the illusion of a shaved head.