Does it hurt?

Most clients say it’s not as bad as they thought, some say it’s like having a tattoo, and some say it’s just a little “tasty” around the front. I guess it all depends on the individuals pain threshold.

Do you use an anaesthetic to numb the area first?

Unfortunately not, the skin is very different on the scalp as to doing semi-permanent make up, if I were to use an anaesthetic it would act as a barrier to the pigment placement.

How long does it last?

All of my scalp micro pigmentation treatment come with a two year guarantee. However that’s not to say it will only last two years, it all varies from person to person, you have to factor into the equation that people have very different lifestyles, sun damage, skin type and genetics.

How do you design my hairline?

If you are unsure of what style or type of hairline will work for you, your specialist partitioner will be there to guide you. with artistic experience on how to create a hairline to suit your head shape and age, your specialist can help recommend what’s best. Over the course of your sessions you can also tweak and adjust the hairline for a perfect results.

How long does the treatment take?

Scalp Micropigmentation treatments usually take 3-4 hrs per session depending on your degree of hair loss. Most clients can expect between 3-4 sessions to complete their treatment.

Will I need a top up?

Your scalp Micropigmentation treatment is complete immediately after your last session. Slight changes should be expected within 3-6 months however a treatment is expected to last for about 3-5 years before it shows a significant amount of fading. Touch up sessions are then required when this happens.

Does Scalp Micropigmentation damage my existing hair?

No, Scalp Micropigmentation does not damage the already existing hair follicles. The procedure is created by implanting a tiny dot of pigment via a single use 3 point micro needle to replicate the look of a natural hair follicle the pigment is deposited into the skin but no damage is caused to the hair follicles as the hair root is found in a much deeper layer of the skin.