His theory is focused on the natural effect and precision with speed and depth (applied to hands & machine) such as the Tony A scalp micropigmentation’s techniques.
Tony Abbagnato created three scalp micropigmentation techniques:
This technique of mine was born based on my idea that, just filling the empty gaps isn’t enough, I was sure I was needing that little extra, it took me a couple of years to acknowledge how to use it and what I needed, to be able to perform it.
Colouration technique means being able to hit repeatedly the same area without making mistakes, even though there are already dots in that area, this is possible by managing a few factors and it gives, in my opinion, that extra mile behind the solid dots we create.
Here is another technique of mine, you know pigment retention doesn’t belong just to the pigment you use but we must rely on our hands too, this means that even with the best pigment, you could find nothing on the next session.
Said so, this technique of mine consists in hitting more than once the same dots “ recalling it to life “, this might be a bit controversial as you aren’t supposed to hit a dot twice or you could make it bigger but that’s why I did this video straight on the hairline so you can see even on the most risky areas of the scalp (the hairline) if you work on the very top part of the dot (without going deep inside the hole) this will allows you to give to that dot more consistency!
But again this isn’t easy and is advised only when you feel the needle as an extension of your hand, which means mastering the pressure, speed, precision and inclination.
“The Black Rain Technique” which consists in adding black strokes on the scalp in specific ways. I called it like this because it reminds me of a dark beautiful black rain falling on the scalp and mixing itself with thousands of beautiful dots.