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  1. Presenting a male client with NW6 pattern. He is pictured immediately after 2 passes and will return in 4 weeks for a third pass. Thanks for looking! Email us at info@aheadink.com or call 201-482-4529 for a FREE consultation
  2. Scalp Micropigmentation can be the answer for those with a linear scar, who desire more density or those who want to shave their heads and appear that they have a full head of hair. For more photos, check out my website: www.ink-credible.com. I'm located North of Philadelphia, PA.
  3. This patient came to Dr. Arocha with extensive male-pattern baldness. He desired a minimally-invasive procedure that would give him the appearance of having a full head of hair. He was the perfect candidate for our state-of-the-art Scalp Micropigmentation (SMP) procedure. The after photos were taken after two SMP sessions and were taken one week after the procedures. Before: After: Before: After: Before: After: Before: After: Before: After: Before: After: Before: After: Before: After:
  4. A great example of The Weston System performed by our California Center owner, Michael Pichinte. Mr. Pichinte added density to this hair transplant recipient and camouflaged the thin areas on the crown and the FUE scars. The pigmentation is slightly behind the HT surgeon's uneven hairline on the left as opposed to the client's right side. The client was going to buzz down his hair slightly shorter to blend in the hairline that the HT surgeon mismatched in the front. Photo was taken immediately after this one-session only procedure.
  5. Some beautiful results of The Weston System for African-American men done by our artist at the Atlanta Weston Center. The post two-month photo is of a gentleman with Alopecia.
  6. After a few years research I decided to go ahead with a transplant and here’s my diary I’m a 28 year old Irish guy who has had thinning hair and a receding hairline since very young and just before the transplant was around NW5 (yikes!). About 2 years ago I decided to shave my hair off and get Scalp Micropigmentation to give me a hairline and fill in top and crown. Since then i’ve been shaving my head everyday. While SMP suited me to an excent the shaving everyday, lack of texture and shiny scalp was something I refused to live with long-term. I decided to go with a doctor in Turkey (Dr Cinik) after spending pretty much the last 1.5-2 years researching and contacting doctors. Unfortunately cost was a factor for me so could not shell out My expectations are a little bit lower than the avg guy as Finasteride does not agree with me (always lose erection, libido) and I did not get the crown filled in (remember im NW5). The long term goal is I want to keep a military style haircut (shaved back and sides with short on top) so Im hoping it will look ok. Im aware of scarring etc. Will keep this updated but interested to hear from other folks who may have had SMP and then had transplant. Happy to answer any questions also The first photo is pre surgery & remaining photos are 48 hours post surgery (4300 grafts - megasession)
  7. In this case Dr. Umar repaired a bad hair tattoo using a FUE hair transplant using his Dr.UGraft technique on an African-American patient from Los Angeles, CA. The individual had previously experienced a scalp micropigmentation (SMP) in an effort to restore his temples and hairline. Before the patient visited Dr. Umar, he'd undergone a scalp micropigmentation (SMP) process by a different practitioner. The individual was unhappy with the outcomes of the SMP for 2 reasons: 1) the pigment had been put within his receding temples, leading to a noticeable gap 2) the pigment was deposited to deep which can turn green or blue. Overall, this compelled his SMP to appear incredibly unrealistic. The patient had originally sought out scalp micropigmentation since as an African American, he did not believe he is a candidate for a hair transplant. Unhappy with his appearance, he scheduled an interview with Dr. Umar to explore his options for repairing his botched tattooed toenails. Dr. Umar used his patented Dr.UPunch Rotor to carry out the FUE hair transplant on the patient. Because the individual is African-American he usually would not be the right candidate for a conventional FUE hair transplant, which could only be achieved effectively on patients with straight or wavy hair. However, the groundbreaking Dr.UPunch tool allows for FUE on all hair types. Dr. Umar used his Dr.UGraft Revolution system to not only fix the terrible hair tattoo, but also revive the individual's hairline and general hair density... all with just 1375 grafts. The patient was ecstatic with his results. For More Information About This Bad Hair Tattoo Patient CLICK HERE.
  8. Hello All My name is Justin Davids and I am the owner of Renovo Hair Clinic based in Birmingham City Centre and Northampton, Northamptonshire in the UK. Here at Renovo Hair Clinic we specialise soley in Scalp Micropigmentation, a medical tattoo which replicates hair follicles, for those of you that may not know. My hair loss journey started in my early 20's when I started thinning as first noticed by my barber. As time went on, I continued to loose my hair up to a stage where it was so noticeable It was affecting my day to day living. I was sick of hearing comments from people about my hair loss. I decided it was time to do something about my thinning hair and searched the internet for a solution. I approached a few clinics offering hair loss solutions from laser to Hair transplants but eventually opted for minoxidil and finasteride treatment. After nearly 2 years on this treatment I had seen no improvement whatsoever and was feeling more stressed than ever. I made a few calls to Hair Transplant clinics but after doing my homework I realised that this option also didn't guarantee the results I was looking for, however during my search I came across Scalp Micropigmentation. Fast forward a few weeks and I had booked to have my Scalp Micropigmentation treatment and within a few weeks it had been completed and i was amazed by the results so much so that I felt comfortable talking to people about it and helping them on their own hair loss journeys. I felt that I could do more than tell the odd hair loss sufferer about SMP and felt I should get into the industry and help people hands on! I did a major amount of research to find a training provider which led me into talks with clinics all around the world. I eventually landed a position in a leading SMP clinic here in the UK and over the course of a year learnt and perfected my skills working on clients from all over Europe. Eventually the time came for me to move on and I then went on to open my own clinic called Renovo Hair Clinic. At Renovo Hair Clinic I truly relate to my clients having gone through the process myself. One thing that my clients love is that at our clinic they don't receive any pushy sales talk or spin. I'm open and honest with all clients and if I feel that they would be better off with a different option than Scalp Micropigmentation (which is rare), I will tell them that. After all I'm here to help my clients through a difficult time in their lives. I have been involved in the Scalp Micropigmentation industry since 2012 and have been featured on TV discussing my hair loss journey and how Scalp Micropigmentation has helped me and also in various other media outlets. If anyone wants to get in touch with me, even if it's for a bit of friendly down to earth advise on Scalp Micropigmentation, Feel free to send me an email or Contact me through our website Renovo Hair Clinic | Scalp Micropigmentation - The Ultimate Undetectable Hair Loss Solution I have also attached a few pictures of my work at Renovo Hair Clinic. Regards Justin - Practitioner
  9. My name is Dave and I live in a small village between Gloucester and Bristol. Until I was 25 I had lovely thick hair and like most guys from the 80s/90s had many good and not so good hairstyles, but I loved my hair. About ten years ago I started to go thin and it was a big shock to the system. I tried everything to make it look better. Comb overs, using sprays and concealers and then when they didn't work I just put a cap on. I was basically embarrassed about losing my hair and I just felt old and ugly. My close family knew it bothered me and I'm not afraid to say there were some low moments. A few years ago an advert came up on my Facebook and I couldn't believe what I was seeing. It showed a before and after photo of a guy bald then not bald and I was amazed. It was a treatment called Scalp Micro Pigmentation, and for the first time in ages I thought I could finally sort my hair loss issues out. I contacted the company and asked who had done this treatment and they said a guy called Damon Ashcroft. I arranged an appointment for as soon as they could fit me in. On meeting Damon I was completely put at ease as he was such a down to earth guy but very professional at the same time. He went over everything and made me understand the procedure. I wanted to say yes let's go ahead but I wanted some time to make sure it was the right decision. After a few days going over everything and speaking to my family I decided to go ahead. The treatment process was a breeze and as you can see from my photos it looks amazing. Actually the photos don't do it justice as it's even better in real life. My wife, my family love it. They love the look but most of all they love that I'm now happy. I've had a touch up treatment with Damon earlier this year. He actually came to my house to treat me which is another service he offers which was brilliant for me. It felt like an old friend turning up that you hadn't seen in a while, It was really good to see him. Damons a Liverpool fan like myself so we had plenty to talk about due to our passion for the club. Scalp Micro Pigmentation isn't for everyone, but if you're happy to have the shaved look then I wouldn't look any further than choosing Damon Ashcroft of Bespoke to treat you. He's highly experienced, really caring and will give you a a fantastic treatment just like mine.
  10. Greetings All, I would just like to share my recent Scalp Micro Pigmentation(SMP) experience which I had done with Phuket Clinic in Phuket, Thailand. I was a bit skeptical at first about using them as I heard some negative comments about them a while back but I was pleased to find out that Phuket Hair Clinic is now under new foreign management (as of Nov 2015) that's why their SMP procedures have drastically improved. I was so happy with their service and professionalism I feel I owe it to them to give an honest opinion about them. Especially due to the fact that in Thailand its not easy to get trust from many international clients. Also,their prices for Scalp Micro Pigmentation is a third of the price anyone would pay in Europe or USA but they offer exactly the same service using the same inks and SMP equipment. Honestly,I have to say my results were fantastic, a friend of mine also did the procedure with them about a year ago and his Scalp Pigmentation still looks great, no dis-colouration and it still looks natural to his own hair. I was also told by Phuket Hair Clinic that when the company was under the old management they used the the wrong ink on a client in their very first days of operation which unfortunately gave him a blueish look after a few months. They certainly have corrected the issue about the ink as my friend and I are living proof. So, If you want to have the Micro Scalp Procedure in Thailand, give Phuket Hair Clinic a try, I have done my research by the way and honestly wouldn't go to any other company for the procedure . Lastly, because the price for the SMP procedure was much cheaper than back in my home country and had an awesome holiday too with that money that I saved on the procedure. If I need any touch ups, I can get cheap flights to Phuket anytime. Don't believe all the hype about needing to do the procedure in your home country. Why pay the extra money? rather spend it on a holiday. Contact me if you would like any info about my Scalp Micro Pigmentation procedure with Phuket Hair Clinic or if you need any info about travelling or where to stay in Phuket. I will gladly help. Best regards, Vinny.
  11. So I have read a ton of things on SMP, and it seems like HIS Hair Clinic is the one that comes up the most. I don't know, however, if HIS is just similar to Bosley for HT's because they market better than everybody else. I've watched videos of folks that have had it done, and it looks good. However, I don't ever see much after a year or two or three. So what I am wondering, is does anybody have any experience, or can point me in the right direction to find some of the top SMP practitioners that have results that are shown to last (at least as long as a few years)? I realize the procedure is still somewhat new, but I am very interested and I am sure this information would help many others. Also, one last thing, I have read that the SMP will usually fade over the course of a couple years (even though some tout it as permanent) but is there anybody with experience with touch ups? In my mind, I could see the ink becoming more and more dispersed and potentially looking really messy. Again, maybe there are practitioners that have found a way to keep the look looking tight, but any guidance would be most appreciated. Thanks for everything!
  12. Tykocinski medical Group

    Scalp Micropigmentation Result

    The Scalp Micropigmentation with effect Abrasion (Shaved Effect) is indicated for men with advanced baldness, who do not wish to or cannot perform a hair transplant and scrape the hair. It is also indicated for cases of alopecia areata, in which all the hairs were lost, and we revive the entire scalp, with effect scraped. We use this technique also to camouflage scars on the scalp, are by trauma or surgical scars. Implante e Tratamento Capilar - Tykocinski Hair Restoration Pacient 50 years old, 1 session
  13. Here is a little article about Scalp Micropigmentation that I wrote, hope it helps. Let me know if you have any questions about it...this is a growing treatment option that I think will only get bigger over the next few years as word gets out and technology gets better and better. Scalp Micropigmentation for Men and Women: What Is Scalp Micropigmentation? SMP is an acronym that stands for Scalp Micro Pigmentation. SMP is a medical grade application technique of depositing pigment (color) into the epidermis and upper dermal layer of the skin on the scalp. This technique allows the replication of hair follicles in the scalp, which gives the appearance of having a “buzz cut” or recently shaved head. The SMP method can be utilized for Men and Women of all ages, skin types, skin color and various degrees of balding, thinning hair, alopecia, and camouflaging scars or to add hair density to thinning hair. Toronto, ON -- 07/27/2015 -- Scalp Micropigmentation (SMP)– A permanent solution for Men and Women in all stages of Balding or Thinning hair. What is Scalp Micropigmentation? Scalp Micropigmentation has been around since the 90s, however, has only finally gained recognition in the last few years. Scalp Micropigmentation goes by many names, including: SMP, Medical Hairline Tattoo, Scalp Tattoo, Medical Hairline Restoration, and Hair Micropigmentation Treatment. Regardless of the name, the treatment is the same. Scalp Micropigmentation consists of using a fine tattoo needle that is the same shape and size as a hair follicle to implant pigment into the scalp. The scalp contains approximately 2000 hair follicles per square inch, and thus, the SMP Artist must tattoo thousands of microdots into the scalp, which gives the appearance of a freshly shaved head of hair, or a Buzzcut. The results look very natural, and it is a much safer and better option that hair transplantation, hair plugs, toupee or wigs. Leaving no scarring and healing within days, not months or years. Why would I want Scalp Micropigmentation? The effects of balding in both sexes, Male and Female, can have devastating effects on one's self-esteem, self-confidence, sexuality and body image. Many clients feel embarrassed about having thinning hair, bald spots or other forms of baldness and have sought out many "cures" for baldness, including: Hair growth serums, Hair Transplants, Hair growth shampoos and conditioners, Hair plugs, etc, only to be very disappointed with the results or lack thereof. Scalp Micropigmentation allows you to embrace your baldness, but not have to live with it. By having an SMP or Scalp Micropigmentation Treatment, you can easily have the look of a freshly shaved head or a buzzcut, rather than looking completely or partially bald. The appearance of this look is Bold, confident and daring. SMP has shown to increase one's confidence and self-esteem and give them a new outlook on life. What about Men and Women with Thinning Hair? SMP or Scalp Micropigmentation works for both Men and Women of any age, skin type and skin color, and works at any stage of baldness. Many Men and Women suffer from thinning hair in the top, or crown area of the scalp. SMP works to create the appearance of density in the scalp by camouflaging the scalp with thousands of microdots. This effect creates hair density and fullness, giving the appearance of a full head of hair. What about Scalp Scars? SMP can be used to cover scars on the scalp using the technique described above. This treatment is a great adjunct treatment to hair transplant scarring, and to help add density to an area that may have scarred on the scalp from the hair transplant treatment. Whether you are bald, balding or have scars from medical treatments, SMP can help. Does SMP treatment hurt? The needles and technique used in SMP are not the same as having a body tattoo treatment using ink. Tattoo artist use ink, rather than pigment, and they go much deeper into the dermis to implant ink, which of course, causes more pain. Most clients describe having an SMP treatment as having multiple mosquito bites. Clinics use medical grade numbing cream to numb the scalp as much as possible, to reduce pain and irritation from the treatment. How much does a Scalp Micropigmentation Treatment Cost? Prices for an SMP treatment vary depending on the amount of work that needs to be done based on the degree of baldness. Prices can range from $750 to cover a client, male or female, with thinning hair to $5000 for a full head of hair restoration. It is best to go into the office where you plan to have the treatment to meet with your SMP technician and to have a consultation. Consultations are usually free, but are limited to time. Go into the consultation prepared with some questions about the artist and about the treatment. Based on the consultation, the SMP technician will be able to give you an accurate quote on the procedure, and should be able to answer any and all of your questions. About Scalp Esthetica Scalp Esthetica is heralded by Costantino who is not only an SMP Artist, but is also a client. His experience in the industry, coupled with his desire to please every client, makes for a truly positive experience in his office. Scalp Esthetica is located at 1 Eglinton Ave East, Unit C401, Toronto, Ontario. Consultations are always FREE and you can even use our Boldness Simulator to see what you would look like after having a Scalp Micropigmentation Treatment at Scalp Esthetica.
  14. Pigmentalia UK is looking for models for Scalp Micropigmentation treatments by our students. All procedures are supervised by our Head Trainer Debbie Clifford (personally trained by Milena Lardi). The students will have completed their initial 4 days basic training and will have completed 62 hours minimum of practice at home on mannequin heads. Their standard of work is assessed before they are allowed on the practical course module. You will need treatments on 2 consecutive days (approx 4 hours each) Availability on 28th May at 9:30 (2nd session on 29th) Availibility on 28th May at 14:30 (2nd session on 29th) Discount between 50% - 75% can be given depending on the treatment needed (NW scale) LOCATION: Bingley (West Yorkshire, BD16 1PY) United Kingdom For more info please email us info@goldeneyecompany.co.uk more info also on our Pigmentalia UK
  15. Guys Ive been struggling with hair loss since 19. Ever since i was a kid i saw my dad struggle with this same issue. He wore a hair wig, and as i got older and realized what it was, i saw how it ruined his life. He was a fantastic singer, and i truly believe it impeded his career. My father passed away at 45 from a heart attack, and while i obviously can't make a connection, i think his long time suffering from hair loss was something that created his early death. Now I'm 43, almost his age, and I've been wearing a toupee for over a decade. At first its great, you have a look of hair. But soon it just fucked up my life. My friends knew about it. My police department knew about it. But still i held onto it. I train in MMA, and as you know that is no place for fake hair. I even would have sex with a hat on, just so the women in my life would never see me bald. I had really given up until about a year ago when i came across scalp micropigmentation. at first i was skeptical as most are. This can't really work can it? then i went into a consultation in person and met one of the practitioners delivering these treatments, Matt Iulo. His looked f*ken awesome, and so did the other guys i saw. But still i had doubts and sat on it for awhile. But late April i decided i needed to do this, not only for my appearance, but for my mental sanity. My beautiful wife was supportive, but a bit nervous, as was i. Ive had 2 treatments done at Headstrong ny with Matt and to say i already see a massive change in my life is an understatement. Its not just the look, but the feeling of not having that dead "raccoon" on my head. I have a hairline and look that matches my MMA lifestyle and is really bad ass. My brother just completed his 2nd and I'm almost more happy for him. And you would think when we both saw family for the Mayweather fight that they would say something. NOTHING. oh except, "thank god you got rid of that thing on your head"..."so much better now" Truly a life changer and i hope you guys that are considering it, make the jump. if i can help please let me know!
  16. Hey all - I just wanted to post about my experience with scalp micropigmentation (SMP) from HIS Hair Clinic. I am in my early 30's, and I began suffering from hair loss starting in my mid 20's, specifically with diffuse thinning all over the top of my head. I tried everything to cover it up, from toppik to sprays, and even a hair transplant that did not give me anywhere near the density I was looking for.* Then I found out about SMP and HIS Hair. I had my treatment done in August 2013 with Zang in the LA clinic. I was so pleased with the result that I want to help spread the word to others who feel the same sense of desperation that I felt. I have attached "before treatment", "right after treatment", and "1 month after treatment" pictures here. Please keep in mind the "after" picture is immediately after treatment, so you will notice a little bit of redness (which subsided 24-48 hours later). More pictures of mine can be found on the HIS Hair forum as well. After years of reading forums and research on all the products and “solutions” out there, I can confidently say that my experience with HIS Hair has significantly changed my life. In fact, I have been so satisfied with the results they have provided me, I wanted to do my part to help others in a similar situation to my own get the opportunity to change their lives too. HIS has given me a 10% off discount coupon code for HIS Hair Clinic that I am posting below. If you're interested in the discount, or any other details of my story, feel free to send me a private message. I would be happy tohelp!* (Promotional content removed by moderator) Best of luck to everyone in finding your happiness!
  17. Hey everyone, I am new to the forum. As a long time researcher of Scalp Micropigmentation, I took the plunge and had my first session yesterday in New York City. I researched it, read about it, met people who had it, and decided that after my consultation that this would benefit my life tremendously. I have been looking in the mirror constantly as the first session is the framework for sessions 2 and 3 where density and other aspects are achieved. Overall, the redness has subsided and I think I look a hell of a lot better then I did with that dreaded horse shoe.
  18. Hello friends! I just want to get the word out on our scalp micropigmentation clinic in St. Augustine Florida. Swank Clinic is the affordable, non-invasive and permanent solution to your endless search for hair loss cures. Get that clean shaven look, never worry about scarring, chemicals, painful procedures or botched hair transplants. If you have had the unfortunate experience of a hair transplant failed, we can help! Cover those scars and regain your confidence. Please check us out at (promotional link removed by moderator) and contact us for a free consultation.
  19. I recently finished three SMP procedures with Dr. Mohebi and wanted to share. I was a little hesitant in the beginning because I saw so much hesitance over SMP on these forums awhile back, but I'm very pleased with the results and thought I should contribute my experiences. My Expectations SMP would provide the same effect as using a product like Toppik. SMP requires a shaved head. SMP would be relatively uncomfortable. I'd have to go in for two sessions that would last a couple of hours each. The results of SMP would last 5+ years. SMP would be very dark and visible, like a shaved hair sticking out. I'd be able to notice the finally SMP results immediately. In some ways I got what I expected and in others I did not. My Results SMP does provide a similar effect to products like Toppik, in that it reduces contrast between the scalp and the hair. What I didn't consider—and, in retrospect, should've been obvious—is that SMP is skin pigment and adds no volume or physical presence on the hair. On one hand, this is good, because then your hair feels like hair and not hair with Toppik in it. On the other hand, it doesn't create a greater volume like Toppik can. While the results were quite good, I expected something fairly identical and didn't get that. Nevertheless, the reduced contrast helps greatly. SMP does not require a shaved head. Most people seem to undergo the procedure to have a shaved head look if they don't have enough hair to provide that appearance, but it can also be performed to reduce scalp contrast (why I wanted to do it). I'd thought I'd need to shave my head for the procedure and then grow the hair back. I didn't want to do this. Fortunately, SMP can be performed without any shaving whatsoever. I was concerned the results might not be as good but after three sessions I think they look great. Aside from money, a little discomfort, and impermanence (if that bothers you), there are very few sacrifices to be made with SMP. SMP was relatively uncomfortable. To call it painful wouldn't be fair, although there were some instances in which it did hurt a little. I have a relatively high pain tolerance, and I was told by the technician that I seemed to be bothered by SMP much less than most people. What I found surprising, however, was how unsettling the feeling was. It's very hard to describe, but it made my head feel overly sensitive during the procedure and I felt that sensitivity in my arms and legs. It made any touch feel uncomfortable. Fortunately, this passed almost immediately after the session was complete. As for the actual sensation of the SMP needle, it felt like getting stung by a bee repeatedly for several hours but without the lasting soreness. It took three sessions to achieve the results I wanted. Because SMP is relatively expensive at the moment, there is a pretty high cost if you have to go in three times. According to Dr. Mohebi, many people go in for three sessions. Two can be enough, but a third is often desired to get the look just right. I'd discussed pricing for the procedure in advance, with the understanding it'd probably take three sessions to accomplish what I wanted. We were able to work out something that was affordable for me. If you want to undergo SMP, I highly recommend figuring out the costs in advance so you know what to expect in the event you need more than two sessions. It's rare you'll find anyone who will do it all in a single session for a couple of reasons: 1) the sheer amount of time required and 2) the ink can bleed together and look like a blob rather than a hair if it doesn't have time to set. To avoid that, sessions need to be conducted at least a week apart. I'd recommend two, as my second was a week later and my third a month later. The second was much more uncomfortable with the first and third were not bad. According to Dr. Mohebi, the lasting results of SMP are unknown. It's a new procedure and nobody really knows exactly how long a patient can expect to retain the pigments. Unlike a standard tattoo, the ink is not placed as far down. It can last years but, by design, not forever. This also helps prevent the color from changing from your standard hair color to some unpleasant blueish black hue. The obvious downside is that SMP will require regular maintenance as often as every year. Dr. Mohebi predicted it will last 2-3 years, but could require touch ups earlier than that. Right now the procedure hasn't been around long enough to collect enough data to know the exact expectations to set. For me, non-permanent results were ideal because I wanted to see how I'd benefit from SMP without committing to it forever. Additionally, my hair color won't be around forever and it'd look pretty weird if I had colored dots on my head with mostly gray/white hair (presuming enough sticks around, that is). While I'd prefer SMP lasted for, say, 10 years instead of the presumed 2-3, it's still far better than forever. On that note, I've found some facilities that do promise results forever. While I can't speak to their procedure's efficacy, I'd be very hesitant to use them as I'd expect it's either not an accurate statement or the results won't look great after the ink sits in the scalp for too long. Or your hair turns gray. Dr. Mohebi was very honest and direct about the results with me, and how much we do and do not know about SMP, so I felt far more comfortable with him than any of the other places I'd researched. That and I'd been through procedures with him before. I'm sure there are other doctors capable of SMP that are also very good and honest, but I chose Dr. Mohebi because I had firsthand experience of his good work. I haven't had procedures with other doctors so I cannot offer a comparison, but I can say I would avoid anybody who claims they can provide permanent SMP for the reasons previously stated. SMP was not very dark or visible. It does look like shaved hair when the area is shaved, but only when completely shaved. When you have longer hair like mine, it's very hard to even tell it's there. The scalp just looks darker/grayer. It's much lighter and less perceptible than I'd expected. The downside is that it provides less contrast than, say, Toppik, because the color isn't vibrant. The upside is that it still gets the job done and it'd be very hard to notice it exists without close examination. When I examine closely, I still have trouble telling it's there. I was able to notice the SMP results immediately, but they look much better right after the procedure than they do a few days later. Because you're getting your head poked with a small needle repeatedly for hours, it gets (understandably) a little red. This redness also reduces scalp contrast, so the results look more effective for the first day or two. Additionally, because you can't wash your hair for about eight hours, some of the ink will stay in it. The technicians will remove the ink as much as they can with water and a paper towel, avoiding the scalp, but that won't get rid of it 100%. So you don't want to wear anything on your head or touch anyone because it might stain, but you should also know that the ink will help decrease scalp visibility just a little bit. I thought everything looked perfect after the second procedure, but a few days later there was more visibility. The third procedure added the extra "density" I wanted once the redness disappeared. If I had to guess, the redness reduction and removal of ink left in the hair made coverage look about 30% less than it did immediately afterwards. If you want to undergo SMP, you should know this so you set your expectations accordingly. So that's what I learned from the experience. SMP helped reduce the visibility of my FUT scar almost completely. There was just one tiny area with stretching that was obviously bereft of hair. I could've painted it black and it wouldn't have mattered—I just had to wear my hair long enough to cover it and hope it didn't move. For some reason my skin just stretch in this area that was half an inch or so. Who knows why. So before we even went ahead with SMP, Dr. Mohebi and I discussed a FUE procedure to transplant some hair into the scar as well as a couple of areas in the front of the hairline that SMP couldn't help. SMP was able to create the illusion of density I wanted almost perfectly—more so than I expected. I'm very happy with the results. I'm really hopeful that after this small FUE procedure my hair will look exactly the way I wanted. But that's just me. Hopefully this post helps explain a little bit about the procedure and this information will be useful for anyone considering SMP. As with anything, there are a number of pros and cons and I tried my best to outline them as well as what I learned through my three procedures. If you have any questions, please feel free to ask and I will answer as best I can! --- Also, photos. 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  20. Hair Loss Treatment: Is Scalp Micropigmentation a Legitimate Hair Restoration Solution? Scalp micropigmentation has increased in popularity and generated a lot of discussion on this forum. Many may hear the phrase but may not be sure how the procedure works and what its advantages and disdvantages are. Thus, our forum co-moderator and assistant Editor Blake wrote an article on it and it's been published (link above): What are your thoughts? Does anyone have any experiences with scalp micropigmentation they'd like to share?
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