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In the pigmentation process the colour is injected into the upper layer of the skin by the help of special micropuncture apparatus. Each dot resembles individual hair follicle (an effect of a shaven hair), and as a whole it creates an impression of evenly shaven head. By the help of this technology an effect of thick hair can be created in the areas where it has thinned (a thickness effect).
Scalp pigmentation makes visual corrections in case of such problems as:
It is necessary to have your hair cut very short a few days before the consultation.
During the consultation the sketch of hair growth line will be chosen and the colours of pigment that are suitable exactly for you in terms of intensity and shade will be matched.
During the consultation the specialist will answer all your questions of interest concerning the procedure.
When the required shape and colour has been agreed with the client, according to the design contour superficial points — check points are marked, which guarantees complete compliance of the end result with the previous design. Anaesthetic cream is spread on the permanent area. The scalp micropigmentation is carried out by the help of disposable needles in the chosen technique. The procedure takes two days.
The first procedure for the application of the basic pattern (1–5 hours)
The second procedure for the completion of colour refill on the next day (1–5 hours)
In the first 2–3 days after the procedure there can be slight redness on the scalp. Once a day to wash the head with a special shampoo which you have received from the specialist after the procedure, after washing to apply a small amount of special healing serum which has been recommended by our specialist.
For 7–10 days it is advisable to refrain from warming procedures, bathhouses, sauna, solarium, swimming pool as well as exposure to the direct sunlight.
The correction procedure should be performed in 30 days to deliver a perfect result (from 1 to 5 hours).
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