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The Best Scalp Micropigmentation in Toronto

in Toronto, Mississauga and Markham

What is Scalp Micropigmentation?

SMP has quickly become one of the most popular hair loss treatments on the market today. It is a safe, permanent solution to a problem that is extremely stressful and sometimes upsetting. The development of Scalp Micropigmentation technology has changed the face of hair loss treatments, and thousands of people are ready to get their procedures underway. SMP creates the illusion of hair growth along the scalp. As it uses a fine, thin needle to deposit pigment in the skin, many people consider SMP to be similar to getting a tattoo.

We have experts in Scalp Micropigmentation at our Toronto location to help you feel safe and supported through your hair loss journey. You don't have to experience hair loss alone, let our team of experts help.

Is Scalp Micropigmentation a Tattoo?

Many people do consider Scalp Micropigmentation to be a tattoo since the two procedures are very similar. In fact, some people even refer to SMP as a scalp tattoo or hair tattoo. However, the pigments our Toronto team uses in scalp micropigmentation are permanent cosmetic pigments. They are different from tattoo ink and often can resist fading or colour change.

The Perfect Head of Hair with our Toronto Scalp Micropigmentation

Hair loss is hard to correct. Many women and men experience it every day and are at a loss for what to do. After all, all forms of hair loss, from thinning hair to receding hairlines, can cause you to feel insecure and maybe even ashamed. Understanding that there’s no reason to feel that way doesn’t change that you do—but you can do something about it.

Is Scalp Micropigmentation Permanent?

Yes, micro scalp pigmentation is permanent. It is a permanent cosmetic procedure, much like microblading or permanent makeup. It is also referred to as a scalp tattoo or hair tattoo.Scalp Micropigmentation is performed by a trained artist who uses a fine needle to deposit pigment into your skin that mimics natural hair follicles and hair growth. This pigment is very similar to the permanent pigment used in tattoos.Even though micro scalp pigmentation is permanent, you will need to go back for touch-up treatments every few years. Many find that they begin to see significant fading 3 to 7 years after the procedure.