smp can help
Like men, women also suffer from pattern hair loss, although the pattern is different and measured using The Lugwig Scale. When women experience hair loss, it is more low density. It is rare for women to suffer from complete hair loss unless they’re suffering from a severe form of alopecia or on medication such as chemotherapy known for causing complete hair loss.
SMP for women is becoming much more popular. Losing your hair is nothing to be ashamed of and it is becoming much more common for women to get scalp micropigmentation. Most of the time it is to add that bit of density to thinning hair which may have been caused by pregnancy, medication or hormones.
With SMP, microdots of pigment that are color-matched to your hair color and skin tone are implanted between the existing hairs, reducing the contrast between the hair and skin and making the hair appear thicker and fuller. By working through your hair we are able to blend it in with your natural hair follicles so it will be completely undetectable.
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3 common questions
Understandably we get a lot of questions about Scalp Micropigmentation so let us answer the 3 most common ones that we encounter.
Scalp Micropigmentation is a non-surgical process that is specifically customized to each individual hair loss need. SMP is a hair tattoo that strategically places dotted pigment onto your scalp creating the illusion of hair follicles. This is the only service that guarantees results.
This depends on your hair loss progression. Generally the greater the amount of hair loss, the higher the quoted price. The price for SMP is between $1500-$2500.
This is much more cost effective than other solutions such as hair transplants, medications, and hair systems including weaves, wigs, and braids for women.
Have you heard the saying ‘slow and steady wins the race’? The same goes for SMP. This is a multi-session process. Most will need 4 sessions. Each session can take between 2-4 hours depending on the amount of hair loss.
After the completion of your service, you can expect the color to last for many years. Over time, the pigment will gradually fade and a touch up will be required.
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