SMP is a non-surgical cosmetic technique of tattooing tiny dots onto the scalp, replicating the natural look of hair follicles. The treatment is simply the placement of pigment (not ink) into the second dermal layer of an individual's skin. This seamlessly blends in with the natural hair follicles, giving you a realistic head of hair and lower hairline.
Similar to eyebrow microblading, hairline microblading provides a more permanent solution to thin hairline/hair to hide hair loss. Hairline microblading can realistically replicate hair strands on the scalp and especially the hairline area, concealing areas where hair has thinned. For most women, the areas where microblading is most effective are the temples, a hair part that has started to bald, or the entire hairline from ear to ear. In our experience, microblading works best when adding thickness to thinning hair because the strokes blend in with existing hair strands, creating the natural-looking appearance of thickening hair and adding depth and shadow. The results look less natural when the area is completely bald.
The procedure can simulate an entire front, side, and rear hairline for thinning hair, partially bald or fully bald heads. Unlike traditional hair loss treatments, which are surgical and require transplanting individual particles or strips of follicles, SMP/Hair Microblaxding has little to no side effects, pain, or surgical downtime. It can also cover scars from hair transplant surgeries, burns, birthmarks, alopecia, accident, and other surgical scars. SMP/Hairline Microblading is non-surgical, less painful, and is only a fraction of the cost.
At MayAllure, we take the fine attention to detail that comes with the art of 3D scalp micropigmentation and hairline microblading and combine that with our technique for microscopic hair follicle color matching and follicle replication to create a realistic hairline and/or hair density.
This procedure is meant for anyone who is dealing with some level of balding. Whether you're completely bald, have a scar on your scalp, or have thinning hair and want to make your scalp less visible, our 3D scalp micropigmentation is the best and easiest solution.x
No medication is needed, and no invasive surgery. The results are instant, and you can see the immediate difference it makes in just one session. Hairline and density are adjusted and layered during each session, and the average treatment consists of two to three sessions. There are little to no side effects associated with scalp micropigmentation (SMP)/Hairline Microblading, and general skin reactions and symptoms associated with traditional tattoos and permanent make-up and cosmetics are minor.
Both men and women can benefit from these treatments.
Scalp Micropigmentation cost varies because every scalp is unique with unique requirements. Typically, the price starts from $500. This price can include up to 3 sessions depending on how much scalp needs to be covered.
Although we cannot provide the exact cost, we can give you an estimate based on the scale below. The price will increase if you have scars to conceal, alopecia, or more hair loss than indicated in level 6 on the scale below.
If you want the exact cost, please book a free 15-minute consultation (over the phone/zoom/FaceTime/in-clinic), so we can evaluate your case and provide a personalized price quote based on your needs.
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How many sessions do I need, and what to expect?
Two to three sessions are required for scalp micropigmentation/hairline microblading due to variations in the skin. The second session is to fill in areas that are completely gone and to fill in areas that are just a little lighter but still visible. The third session (if required) is minimal work to see which areas need any touching up.
SWELLING: A slight amount of swelling is typical for a fresh tattoo. If swelling becomes excessive and uncomfortable and you feel the pain radiating beyond the site of the tattoo, then this is a sign of infection.
FEVER: Fever is a symptom of an underlying condition, which is most often an infection. Please get in touch with your medical provider if you think you may have a possible infection.
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