Scalp micropigmentation is much more than a paramedical treatment, in many ways it’s a work of art that gives people back the self-confidence they need.
So, your work of smp artist carries with it a great responsibility.
To achieve a great result and get clients to smile again, it is important before and after scalp micropigmentation to follow the main steps of the procedure.
Keep reading the article and find out them.
Hair loss is a problem that can affect everyone, regardless of age, race or gender, whether you are an ordinary person or the richest and most famous
person in the world.
As a smp artist you know how much anyone who experiences hair loss wants to find a solution by regaining their self-esteem.
Scalp micropigmentation is becoming increasingly popular among both men and women year after year. As of 2020, more and more celebrities have
undergone smp to solve balding, thinning or receding hairline problems.
Well, yes. Celebrities also suffer from hair loss.
If for an ordinary person hair loss is a drama; for a public figure it is even more so.
They are always in the spotlight, and they necessarily have to maintain a beautiful and well-groomed look. And hair has a strong impact on self-
Here are some of the celebrities who have chosen scalp micropigmentation:
– Jamie Foxx, American actor.
– Vin Diesel, American actor and film producer who became famous through his starring role in the movie The Fast and the Furious.
– Nicky Jam, one of the world’s most popular Reggaeton artists. Nicky Jam underwent smp in 2016, and the result was so satisfactory that he spoke
openly about it to his fans.
– Andros Townsend, English professional soccer player.
– Fabrice Le Physique, one of the world’s most influential personal trainers.
– Ben Toft, professional rugby player.
Rich and famous as they are, they could afford the best hair transplant surgeon around, yet they chose smp, a painless, safe and effective treatment.
None of the celebrities regretted their choice. On the contrary, they showed the new look proudly.
The fact that celebrities choose smp only makes the benefits of scalp micropigmentation known to more people.
Scalp micropigmentation is not only for celebrities, but also for ordinary people, men and women who struggle with hair loss.
If, however, celebrities can always afford the best, ordinary people may have a harder time finding a skilled and trustworthy smp artist.
Therefore, one of the most frequently asked questions is: does scalp micropigmentation work?
Scalp micropigmentation works if there are these basic conditions:
– experience and technical training of the smp artist
– high-quality tools and inks
– choice of the best scalp micropigmentation technique according to the client’s needs.
As an smp artist, you should always be ready to answer all your customers’ questions.
Always being up-to-date and prepared is the key to success.
Another of the most popular questions is: does scalp micropigmentation grow hair?
Scalp micropigmentation does not grow hair, as it creates the illusion of density and the presence of hair follicles. But, it is useful to remind people that
it also does not stop the natural growth of hair. On the contrary, the treatment goes to stimulate microcirculation in the same way as microneedling.
Scalp micropigmentation is semi-permanent treatment: it means that the result is not eternal.
At the same time, if the artist uses a high-performance smp ink, the color of microdots doesn’t change, doesn’t turn to blue or green. At most, the color
may lighten after years, allowing to the artist to revive the microdots color with a new session.
Choose a high-quality smp ink (try Pygmenta the best scalp micropigmentation ink for experienced smp artists) and remind your clients the importance
of after smp care. Dry, flaky, or frequently exfoliated skin reduces smp duration.
(photo of Pygmenta Black Rain)
The smp is a cutting-edge treatment. The numerous techniques available allow artists from all over the world to satisfy even the most demanding
customers, obtaining excellent results and maintaining high quality standards.
There is no problem of baldness, thinning, receding hairline and alopecia that cannot be solved with smp.
But, what is best scalp micropigmentation technique?
If you are a beginner or want to learn more about SMP techniques, take a look to this article and find out smp techniques of Tony Abbagnato,
Pygmenta ambassador, Tricomedica’s founder and scalp micropigmentation master trainer.