Why You Should Consider Undergoing Micro Scalp Pigmentation

November 25, 2016

As a man, you will understand how annoying hair loss can truly be. Hair loss can take a toll on your mental status and leave you feeling hopeless and downtrodden. When you begin to notice that your hair growth has slowed, you will want to take action immediately. For some individuals, the best solution will be micro scalp pigmentation. Is this the right solution for you? Within this guide, you will learn about this type of solution and the benefits provided.

What Is Micro Scalp Pigmentation?

There are numerous hair loss remedies, but some are more beneficial than others. The micro scalp pigmentation can be enormously beneficial, because it is safe and reliable. How does it work? This solution implements the use of pigments to give the impression that you have hair, even when you do not. Scalp pigmentation will utilize makeup or pigment to alter the appearance of the scalp. While it is commonly utilized for those undergoing chemotherapy, it is also used for alopecia sufferers. The benefits of this treatment can be found below:

Mostly Safe

When it comes down to it, hair tattooing is generally very safe. The technique is non-invasive. At the same time, there are no risks of scarring and no need for surgery. There are many other hair loss remedies, which are fairly dangerous. The safe and gentle nature of micro scalp pigmentation has made it a viable solution for large quantities of men throughout the world. Just remember to find a highly skilled professional to perform the treatment and you will be fine!

Quick Healing Time

Some surgical hair remedies can be fairly risky and the recovery times will be enormous. This is not the case with scalp pigmentation. In most cases, the patient will be able to resume normal activities within a matter of just two days. In fact, you may be able to get the treatment performed on Friday and return to work on Monday. If you happen to live a very busy schedule and don’t have time to sit around, scalp pigmentation is definitely a solid solution.

Permanent Results

If you have tried every treatment known to man for your condition to little or not avail, it may be time to consider micro pigmentation. This treatment is very effective in disguising a bald patch or thinning hairline. The procedure gives the impression that the scalp is filled with short stubble, which is great for thin areas, where the scalp is showing through. The results are permanent, with tiny dots spread throughout the affected area.

If you have undergone hair transplant surgery and have permanent scaring, you may find that this procedure will help to minimize them. It will also conceal birthmarks on the scalp that are noticeable.


All in all, it is undeniably true that hair pigmentation is a suitable option for many men. It is safer, more convenient and the results can be permanent. Just remember that this type of treatment will not be suitable for everyone. Take your time, consider your options, and then make your choice. This will increase the likelihood that you’ll experience no problems and will satisfied with the results provided.

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Andi Perullo de Ledesma

I am Andi Perullo de Ledesma, a Chinese Medicine Doctor and Travel Photojournalist in Charlotte, NC. I am also wife to Lucas and mother to Joaquín. Follow us as we explore life and the world one beautiful adventure at a time.

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2 thoughts on “Why You Should Consider Undergoing Micro Scalp Pigmentation

  1. JB of MENM

    Hi Andi,

    I didn’t know Micro Scalp Pigmentation exist. But as far as I am aware, pigmentation is a semi-permanent tattooing method and requires yearly touch up? I think this technique can also relate to Microblading. I would like to know more about this and thanks for sharing this information.

  2. Larry Weaver

    Wow, I think that’s amazing that you can resume normal activities just two days after a scalp pigmentation procedure. My hair has steadily been falling out, and I am getting pretty nervous about what to do when all of it is gone. Since the healing time for scalp pigmentation is quick, I think I’ll consider this as an option in the future.


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