You may have heard of microblading for full eyebrows before.
Did you know there is a similar practice for your scalp?
This procedure is known as scalp micropigmentation (SMP), which creates the illusion of fuller hair.
But what is the exact difference?
“Although both fall under the micropigmentation category, [microblading and micropigmentation] are very different methods of pigment implantation,” says Michal Cohen, makeup artist and SMP practitioner in Los Angeles.
While microblading is usually done with a manual blade, micropigmentation is done with an electric tattoo machine. This is because it takes more force to penetrate the skin on your scalp, which is thicker than the skin under your eyebrows.
This process can be helpful for people experiencing all forms of hair loss. This includes people:
- thinning hair
- male and female baldness
How long does scalp micropigmentation last?
Micropigmentation is considered to be semi-permanent. Although the effects can last up to eight years, the treated area wears off over time as all of the skin exfoliates naturally.
What is scalp micropigmentation treatment?
Micropigmentation of the scalp is a non-invasive treatment that uses detailed microneedles to deposit pigments in the scalp. The result is the appearance of tiny hair follicles that help thicken and restore the appearance of fuller hair.
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