Scalp MicroPigmentation for many men is a baldness cure that means hair loss freedom. We can achieve the look of a full head of shaved hair in just a few sessions.
Scalp MicroPigmentation Adelaide is Australia’s leading baldness cure clinic, we create the most natural and undetectable results. Lead practitioner Caitlin James has an artistic eye for detail, shaping every hairline to suit each clients’ individual taste.
Many clients seeking a baldness cure long to get their original hairline back – with Scalp MicroPigmentation we can achieve this and more.
Scalp MicroPigmentation uses tiny needles that implant pigment – similar to cosmetic make-up tattooing and body art tattooing. The needles make small impressions that look like stubble lasting 4-5 years approximately before requiring re-darkening.
The most suitable style of shaved head is dependent upon the stage of your hair loss.
If you have fine stubble all over, keeping the hair very short with clippers every few days is recommended to keep the stubble close to the scalp.
If the hair loss pattern is more advanced, using a razor is the best option to keep the Scalp MicroPigmentation and hair illusion the same.
Caitlin can also suggest grooming ideas during your free consultation, to help you understand the importance of clipping to achieve the best result.
The most important element of the Scalp MicroPigmentation baldness cure procedure is the hairline.
Many males have this form of hair loss that are have worn their hair in a bun pulled tight for many years – commonly under a turban.
The hairline is the focal point of the baldness cure and if performed incorrectly it can lead to devastating results. With Caitlin’s unique ability to build and layer soft and natural hairlines, you’re in good hands.
Soft hairlines give a natural look to Scalp MicroPigmentation and are best suited to those who wish for the result to be as undetectable as possible.
The edge-up look is fuller and straighter, offering that ‘just stepped out of the barbers’ appearance. This sharp and fresh look suits darker skin tones and is generally an older style of SMP.
What happens when I go grey?
One of our most frequently asked questions. What happens when I go grey?
Well, we can show you!
Our featured client has white hair – keeping his white hair shaved with a blade every few days keeps the light from reflecting too much off the white hair, as he has no hair in the crown and front hairline. The SMP is soft and looks like soft grey stubble. This Scalp MicroPigmentation is completely undetectable and provides an excellent baldness cure solution.
Scalp MicroPigmentation adds the illusion of density and volume to your hair.
If you have undergone hair transplant surgery or have thinning hair, consider using Scalp MicroPigmentation to add the illusion of density and volume to your hair.
We place pigments between the hair to reduce the visibility of the scalp seen through the hair.
Typically guys with dark hair look at this option, as the scalp (which is flesh tone) shows through against their dark hair. Reducing this contrast makes the hair appear thicker.