Scalp Micro-pigmentation is a popular and trending procedure in the beauty and fashion world. Scalp micro-pigmentation is the process of tattooing your scalp to fake denser-looking hair.
Scalp micro-pigmentation or SMP works similarly to a tattoo, even the device used to perform this procedure is very much similar electric tattoo device. Another type of micro-pigmentation is Microblading.
In microblading instead of the use of an electric tattoo device, a blade is used to make incisions on the skin. This method is usually performed on the delicate skinned area like the face. Microblading is popular among women to get themselves a look of thicker and fuller eyebrows. Besides this, microblading is also performed on men for fuller-looking sideburns, moustache or beard.
Hair Transplant Or Scalp Micro-Pigmentation?
Hair transplant and scalp micro-pigmentation are both very different procedures. Hair transplant is a drafting method that helps in the regrowth of hair, whereas scalp micro-pigmentation is only a way to fake the thicker hair appearance and it does not in any way helps in hair growth.
Scalp micro-pigmentation gives a look of a scalp full of hair or usually a shaven head appearance. This treatment is mainly required by people facing hair loss, thinning hair, alopecia (a syndrome that results in hair loss), cancer (hair loss as a result of chemotherapy), male or female type baldness.
Does SMP Damage the Hair Follicles?
Scalp Micro-pigmentation does not damage the hair follicles. The practitioner makes sure that the pigmentation does not damage or interfere with the hair follicles. The idea of getting SMP is that it covers and fills the empty area, in the exact space between the follicles. Thus, SMP does not result in damaged hair follicles or increased hair loss.
How Much Does It Cost To Get SMP?
Getting a scalp micro-pigmentation is comparatively cheaper than getting a hair transplant. People at the initial level of hair loss or baldness prefer getting scalp micro-pigmentation, mainly because it is cheaper, gets an instant result, sessions are less painful, fewer sessions than hair transplant.
Some treatment centers and clinics in Scotland also offer scalp micro-pigmentation training besides dealing with clients. The amount that these clinics charge for a scalp micro-pigmentation depends on the area treatment is required and the preference of the client.
Here is a list of the estimated costs of getting scalp micro-pigmentation in Scotland:
- Hairline—————$2,500 to $3,000
- Mild Balding———$3,000 to $4,300
- Severe Balding——$4,500 to $5,000
- Scar Coverup——–$1,900 to $2,500
The cost of this procedure may differ from person to person and also differ according to gender. Mostly, stages of baldness and hair loss are studied by the professional practitioner before recommending the needed treatment and thus the cost varies too.
Hair loss and hair thinning is common thing that is faced by many people around the world. Some face it due to some health issues, others due to age factor, which may result in lack of self-confidence. In this case, getting a scalp micro-pigmentation may help you gain your lost confidence back and look at yourself with a new set of eyes.