Seattle Scalp Micropigmentation

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When you don’t have it, you miss it. Hair loss can be devastating, resulting in depression and feelings of low self-esteem. However, overcoming hair loss is no longer a challenge, thanks to a life-changing treatment known as scalp micropigmentation, or SMP for short. Here in Seattle, WA, increasing numbers of people are turning to this revolutionary way of restoring hairlines on all sides of the scalp.

We have changed countless of people’s lives with our scalp micropigmentation techniques, helping them to regain their self-confidence and get a look they love.

So what is SMP, and how can it reduce the appearance of baldness or bald spots?

SMP is an innovative hair loss solution that creates the appearance of tiny hair follicles or short hair stubble and is used for people with male pattern baldness, receding hairlines and alopecia.

How Does SMP Work?

Our highly skilled practitioners in Seattle work in a clean, sterile clinic and use the most up-to-date-equipment to place tiny dots of pigment into the dermal layer of the skin. This is the middle section of the skin’s three layers, and it contains the hair follicles. Our nonsurgical approach is also known as a “hair tattoo” or “hair tattooing”. It replicates hair follicles to give the appearance of a shaved head or buzz haircut. 

SMP is suitable for both men and women and gives immediate results. What’s more, there is no downtime with this confidence-boosting procedure, so you can get back to your daily life once the session has finished. 

Hair micropigmentation is not hair restoration, like a transplant. And unlike some transplants, it gives fantastic natural-looking results. A full range of pigment shades can be matched to all skin tones, so you will be able to achieve a look that is indistinguishable from your natural hairline. 

Scalp Micropigmentation Clinics in Seattle

You might be asking yourself, “are there any scalp micropigmentation clinics near me?”

The good news is that we are a national company with clinics all around the United States. So you won’t have to go too far to get your new hairline.

If you don’t have to rush back to work after your treatment is over, why not enjoy some of Seattle’s landmark attractions while sporting your incredible new look. Take the elevator to the top of the Space Needle, wander through Pioneer Square Historic District, marvel at stunning works of art at the Olympic Sculpture Park and get close to exotic animals at Woodland Park Zoo.

How Much Does Scalp Micropigmentation Cost In Seattle?

A hair tattoo is the only permanent hair loss fix with guaranteed results. It is more affordable than many other restoration treatments, and there are no hidden charges. Highly skilled hands carry out an intricate procedure to give you a look of a full head of hair that has been recently shaved.

SMP costs are based on several factors, such as the extent of hair loss and the procedure type. For example, whether it’s to treat hair transplantation scars, mild or severe alopecia, just the hairline or crown, or adding density to thin hair.

Each person has unique needs, so we will tailor our treatments to your skin color and skin type. Our practitioners will work with you to design and blend a pigmented shade that is natural in appearance.

For more information on how much you SMP would cost, call us today and schedule a free consultation.

Book An Appointment Today

Your hair loss is treatable! So if you want to feel terrific with the looks of a full head of hair, get in touch with the scalp micropigmentation experts in Seattle and book your SMP hair treatment today.

Look forward to a more confident you!

Frequently Asked Questions

Welcome to the future of hair loss treatments! Scalp micropigmentation is a noninvasive non-surgical treatment that uses very fine micro-needles to place pigment or tattoo ink into the scalp to replicate hair follicles. The procedure creates the illusion of a full head of hair that has been freshly shaven and can be used to treat large and small areas of baldness, to make thinning hair look fuller, to restore a receding hairline and to hide scars from hair transplant surgery.

Micropigmentation works well for people who have lost their hair through male pattern baldness, alopecia, hormonal conditions and female pattern baldness. It is important to note that SMP does not stop hair loss or result in new hair growth. What it does do is make it appear that you have a fuller head of hair than you actually do. The goal is to make your hair loss undetectable.
Scalp micropigmentation is a permanent solution for hair loss that will positively transform the way you look and feel about yourself. The strength of the color will remain for several years but will gradually start to fade a little, and you will notice a slight lightening, much like the fading of body tattoos. Several factors contribute to this, including the type of pigment used, skin tone, the quality of the original procedure and sun exposure. The more your scalp is exposed to the sun's rays, the faster the treatment will fade.

When this happens, you have two choices:

1) Let the slightly fading color remain, perhaps to reflect the greying and lightening of hair as you age.

2) Restore the pigment's original strength with a brief touch up session.
SMP is a form of cosmetic tattooing that is also known as hair tattooing. However, it is very different from the type of body tattoo you might have on your arms, back or legs. The key differences are:

1) The equipment. Scalp micropigmentation practitioners use smaller needles that are designed specifically for the scalp. They also deposit smaller amounts of ink.

2) The tattooing technique. Unlike body tattooing, which involves creating lines and shading the skin, SMP places tiny dots of pigment into the scalp's dermal or middle layer. When viewed from close, these pigment dots appear like real hair follicles.

3) The type of ink used. The pigments used for SMP have been created specifically for this use, and unlike the ink used for the body, they are not composed of dyes and colors. SMP ink is diluted to match a person's hair coloring and will not change color over time, as can happen with body tattoo ink.
SMP is delivered over a series of treatment sessions. Every person is different, but on average, two to four visits are required, spaced a few weeks apart for the best results. The number of sessions is determined by the client's hair and skin color, the rate of pigment fading they experience, the shade of pigment and whether there are any potentially tricky areas to treat such as scar tissue.
Yes, absolutely. Hair loss is not a men-only problem. Women can lose their hair for several reasons, such as a side effect of some medications, alopecia, stress, extreme hairstyling and aging. Typically, hair loss is encountered in a diffuse thinning pattern, which is easily remedied with scalp micropigmentation. This is a realistic hair loss solution for women that disguises hair loss areas with tiny pigmentation deposits, giving the illusion of having denser hair. The micropigmentation dots will blend with your existing hair color, resulting in a completely natural look, even at a close range.

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