Within our studio, we often encounter individuals seeking Scalp Micropigmentation repair as a result of previous procedures performed by newer or less experienced artists who do not specialize in this field. In one particular case, a client approached us following an unfortunate experience with heavy-handed work received in Ontario, seeking corrective changes to improve his appearance.
Given the extent of the previous work, we determined that the most appropriate course of action was not to add more pigmentation but to initiate a corrective laser removal process. Following this, we embarked on a journey with the client to create a stunning, natural, and realistic look over three sessions.
To illustrate this transformation, we draw a parallel to the concept of framing a work of art. Imagine a beautiful photograph or a unique piece of art that boasts a rich palette of colours and tones, exuding softness while leaving a profound impact on the viewer. Now, consider the addition of a high-quality frame to this artwork, and you witness the magic unfold. The piece of art becomes complete, with the frame enhancing the image within it.
Similarly, Scalp Micropigmentation serves as the "frame" that enhances an individual's natural features and facial aesthetics. In the case of our client, the precise application of Scalp Micropigmentation brought forth the natural beauty of his eyes and facial features, creating a transformative effect that truly captivates.
This case study underscores the importance of entrusting your Scalp Micropigmentation needs to professionals who specialize in this field. The right expertise can make all the difference in ensuring that your natural features shine and that the magic of your individuality is brought to the forefront.
Frequently Asked Questions
How does SMP look after years?
Scalp Micropigmentation (SMP) retains its appearance effectively over time. When performed by skilled professionals, the pigments used are designed to fade subtly rather than turn an unnatural color. This gradual fading process ensures that SMP continues to look natural, adapting to changes in your skin tone and preferences.
Does SMP damage existing hair?
SMP is a non-invasive procedure that does not damage your existing hair. In fact, it can complement your natural hair, creating the illusion of denser, fuller hair overall. SMP pigments are deposited into the uppermost layer of the skin and do not interfere with hair follicles or growth. It can be a great solution for those with thinning hair, as it doesn't interfere with your existing hair in any way.
What happens to SMP when you go grey?
If you have SMP and your natural hair turns grey, you don't need to worry. SMP pigments do not change color; they remain consistent. As your hair turns grey, the SMP will continue to match the original shade, seamlessly blending with the greying hair. This allows for a harmonious and natural appearance, ensuring your SMP remains undetectable.
In summary, Scalp Micropigmentation is a long-lasting and safe solution that maintains its natural look over time, doesn't harm existing hair, and adapts gracefully to changes such as greying hair. It's a versatile and effective option for those seeking a confidence-boosting hair restoration solution.