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  • What is Scalp MicroPigmentation?
    SMP (Scalp MicroPigmentation) is a procedure that replicates the shape of hair follicles by injecting a small amount of pigment into the epidermal layer of the skin with a fine needle. When done properly, SMP produces very realistic results that are indistinguishable from real hair follicles.
  • Does scalp micro-pigmentation look natural?
    When done correctly, SMP is a completely natural and undetectable solution for most types of hair loss. It is also useful for creating the illusion of thinning hair becoming thicker. It also restores the part of male and female pattern hair loss. It perfectly mimics the appearance of natural hair follicles that cannot be detected with the naked eye, giving a richer image and upgrading the image.
  • What will my hairline look like?
    The Black Light SMP hairline is tailored to your specific needs. Our master technicians thoroughly analyze your facial features and overall image before choosing a hairline. Expert analysis serves as a natural indicator of where a new hairline needs to be regenerated. We collect opinions from customers and master technicians to visualize specific hairlines and create the most desired natural hairline. Hairline affects your image more than you think.
  • How many treatment should I expect?
    Scalp micropigmentation should never be considered a single treatment course. Most clients can expect between 3-7 sessions to complete their treatment, depending on the degree of hair loss or scarring. In addition, the basics of all procedures start from 3sessions. These treatments are usually spaced about 10-20 days apart.
  • Do I need to take time off work?
    Scalp micro pigmentation is non-invasive and requires no downtime. In most cases, you don’t need to take a lot of time off work, school, or other functions. It is common to feel some redness on the scalp for two to three days after the procedure. This redness subsides quickly, and most clients return to work immediately or within a few days. However, you must follow the precautions to be followed after the procedure.
  • Is Scalp Micropigmentation permanent?
    Scalp micropigmentation is a form of permanent makeup or permanent makeup. Often referred to as cosmetic hair or scalp tattoos, this treatment usually lasts 4-6 years. However, the holding power may vary depending on the individuals’ skin condition and living environment. Over time, customers may experience slight discolouration and may come back for a quick fix. This cosmetic solution does not wash off, but it can be adjusted over time and may vary from person to person. We always recommend that you see a team of experienced and professional doctors to discuss your treatment options.
  • How much pain is involved?
    Traditional tattoo scalp micropigmentation is much less painful due to the fact that SMPs only reach two layers of the skin dermis. Most people with SMP experience only tolerable or mild discomfort.Also, numbing cream can be applied after consulting with a specialist.
  • Do you charge for a consultation?
    No, we offer free consultations for anyone looking to learn about how scalp micropigmentation can help their hair loss.
  • What is Semi-permanent makeup?
    Semi-permanent makeup is a modern cosmetic treatment that uses micropigmentation to create makeup. The most common treatments include eyeliner, eyebrows, lips. Permanent makeup is perfectly safe when performed by a trained professional. Since they are not completely permanent, the treatments are described as semi-permanent instead.
  • Is the procedure safe?
    Each procedure is done under strict sanitation and sterilization rules. A well-trained, certified semi-permanent makeup artist administers each procedure using disposable needles and parts.
  • Are there any allergic reactions to the pigments?
    The pigments used on all our procedures are hypoallergenic and reactions to these products are extremely rare. However, after care instructions should be strictly followed to prevent any bacterial infection.
  • Is the procedure painful?
    Highly effective topical anesthetic cream is used to numb the area to be treated. This helps to alleviate any minor discomfort you may experience during the procedure. Comfort levels varies according to individual pain threshold and response to anesthetics
  • What is semi-permanent makeup aftercare?
    Important advice on proper aftercare following your treatment is necessary for achieving the best results. Your skin will be temporarily sensitized after the treatment, and you should adhere to the following instructions for the next ten days. This will help avoid infection and allow time for the skin to recover. If you apply makeup during the next five days following your treatment, you do so entirely at your own risk. Healing can take up to 10 days, and it is perfectly normal for small scabbing to appear on the treated area(s). These should be allowed to fall off naturally over a period of a few days. After the treatment, it is normal to fade the colour during the first two weeks, and patchy sections as the skin is still healing, and the pigment will return to the surface after 2-3 weeks. During the post-treatment period, please avoid the following: GETTING THE TREATED AREA WET – THE PIGMENT WILL PEEL OFF Touching the treated area (s) Using soaps, cleansers, creams or make up on the treated area(s) Facial treatments such as eyelash or eyebrow tinting, plucking, electrolysis etc. Any abrasive materials such as rough towels or similar. If small scabs appear on the treated area (s), DO NOT TOUCH THEM. They will fall off in a few days. Taking hot baths, saunas or other heat treatments. Sunbathing, using sunbeds or swimming. Using any form of bleach or depilatory products
  • Am I an ideal candidate for semi-permanent makeup?
    Under 18 years old Diabetes (uncontrolled) Pregnant and lactating women (while lactating) Glaucoma Currently taking blood thinners (such as aspirin or related drugs) There are skin conditions such as psoriasis, eczema, undiagnosed rashes and blisters. I am allergic to makeup and color or easily cause hyperpigmentation after inflammation. Telangiectasia, or individuals who want to cover or camouflage a birthmark. high blood pressure and heart conditions. If controlled, present your doctor's approval. Blood disorders such as hemophilia, sickle cell anemia, and platelet disorders. Keloid or hypertrophic scars on the face. Severe acne on or around the treated area. Chemotherapy: Wait at least 6 months after chemotherapy. For eyeliner procedures: Currently, if you have stye, red eyes, allergic reactions, or eye problems, you cannot perform the procedure.
  • How long does semi-permanent makeup last?
    Semi-permanent makeup will last up to 2-3 years. It will gradually fade over time and we recommend that our clients come in for an annual touch-up to maintain a good shape and cooler. However, the frequency of touch-ups depend on a number of factors including: your skin type, lifestyle (sun exposure), iron deficiency (your body absorbs iron-oxide as a supplement), and if any chemical peels come into contact with treated areas.
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