Direct MPG is the process of getting ink marks on your scalp that look like tiny hairs; a technique known as “Cosmetic Hair Follicle replication”. It is not a tattoo, nor a form of cosmetic makeup. Enhance hair density and cover the bald region. The MPG is a new and promising treatment for higher density visibility and to cover bald spots. It uses a non-toxic pigment and is performed in a way to offer an accurate simulation of baby follicles. It is applied to the scalp, in the form of small dots or lines, between existing hair (transplanted or not).
It can be used on your hair for a thickening effect or on a bald area to create a haven look Scalp Micro Pigmentation, or SMP, as it is commonly known, is not just a regular hair tattoo but a highly specialized process during which tiny deposits of pigment are positioned within the dermal layer of the skin. When applied by a skilled practitioner, these deposits replicate the look of real haven hair.
Our SMP treatments are as flexible as you need them to be. Typically our clients are able to specify the shape of their frontal hairline and side profiles, request a defined or super-soft “broken” hairline, opt for a more receded look, or use lighter pigments for a softer look overall. SMP is intended to create the style you always wanted, and our practitioners are fully trained to cater to all requirements including treatments for white, Hispanic, black, and Asian skin tones.
SMP by expert aesthetics is a permanent solution for hair loss. All that is required of the recipient is that they keep their hair cut to the right length using standard hair clippers, an electric face shaver or razor. The length that the hair should be cut to is solely dependent upon the extent of the client’s hair loss. We also recommend that all clients keep their skin healthy and hydrated by regularly moisturizing their scalp.
A short touch-up session may be required for some clients from time to time, however, in such cases, these sessions are usually at least two to three years apart.
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