Scalp Micropigmentation - A New Solution to Hair Problems!

Updated: Sep 27

When the topic of microblading comes up, the first thing that everyone thinks about is eyebrows. It's the perfect long-term solution to get the perfect brows of your dreams. In case you don’t know, the process of microblading brows is basically just tattooing life-like hairs into the areas of choice on your brows to shape them perfectly. So, if brow hair can be added by tattooing, why not the hair on your head? Let’s learn more about scalp micropigmentation in Miami.

How Does it Work?


If you are suffering hair loss for any reason, this process could be helpful for you. Instead of creating hair-like lines like you would when microblading brows, scalp micropigmentation uses small, layered dots in various shades of black to mimic the effect of a shadow on your scalp. The pointillism technique is used to generate natural-looking depth and definition. A professional specialist will attempt to ensure that the dots resemble real hair follicles and blend in with your skin tone.


Is it Permanent?


Micropigmentation is a semi-permanent procedure, although if you have really dry skin, fading will occur more quickly. Dry skin has a tendency to flake, which might mistakenly exfoliate the pigment more quickly. The results may last up to eight years but because all skin naturally exfoliates, the treated region will fade with time.


What Does it Cost?


The cost of scalp micropigmentation is determined by the amount of scalp that needs to be covered. Each therapy costs between $400 and $1,000. A consultation before your treatment will be provided along with a quote.


Risks


The most important thing to remember is that becoming a scalp micropigmentation artist requires little training (the same goes for microblading). As a result, it's critical that you conduct thorough research when looking for a reputable practitioner. There are hazards associated with scalp micropigmentation, as with all medical procedures.


While micropigmentation isn't technically a tattoo because tattoo ink is inserted with a much thicker needle and goes far deeper into the skin, services like scalp micropigmentation and other permanent makeup can entail similar hazards to tattoos.


The bottom line


When it comes to scalp micropigmentation licencing and general regulation, each state has its own set of rules. In California, for example, the practise of tattooing, branding, body piercing, or permanent cosmetics (which includes scalp micropigmentation) are all registered and controlled in the same way. A licensed tattoo artist, on the other hand, can typically transition to scalp micropigmentation in Miami with little training, so be sure to find a reliable source. Here at Fame Tattoos, we take all of the necessary precautions to make sure that your service will go as planned every time, and our technicians are certified and highly trained.