There are many factors that determine the performance of scalp micropigmentation. To be honest, the ink on your scalp may not look the same after 5 years. If the scalp practitioner’s technique isn’t 100% perfect, your pigment may look uneven or faded. In many cases where a tattoo artist does the job of scalp micropigmentation, the result may look weird even after a few days of the procedure, let alone 5 years. So let’ see what affects the performance of SMP:
- If the pigment is not high quality, the ink will not take long to fade away. Low-quality ink can get discolored and turn blue or green.
- If the scalp artist is not trained or skilled in micro pigmentation, they may not be aware of the right depth to deposit the pigment. In that case, they may deposit it too deep just like tattoo ink. As a result, the dots can spread, get discolored, and look unnatural. That’s the reason tattoos look messy as they age.
- If the tattoo artist uses the same needle as a tattoo for SMP, the results are almost going to be unappealing and unnatural. While tattoos require thick needles, scalp micropigmentation uses micro needles. This is crucial for the perfect dotted effect that reflects natural follicles. Micro needles are important for pointillism or a dotting technique.
The Right Talent matters
Unless the scalp artist is trained in performing scalp micropigmentation, they cannot produce the desired results. The best SMP practitioner uses the best tools available, including ink and equipment, to create results that clients expect. They type of tools can make a big difference between the way a client looks and how their pigment performs after years. The best SMP pigment will stay on and on without fading or discoloring. A little fading is natural as the immune system sees it as foreign matter and starts attacking it.
SMP pigment is designed not to discolor like tattoo ink. It is not inserted deeper into the skin, unlike a regular tattoo pigment that goes deeper. The special pigment used for scalp micropigmentation expands differently in the skin and stays put. It might fade slightly over a period of time when you can get it refreshed again. The best quality ink is available on DermMicro website, which deals in HD quality pigment for scalp micropigmentation.
What makes DM HD pigment better?
This the best SMP pigment that is a combination of keratin and organic pigments to create a natural look, which replicates hair stubble. The best things about HD pigment is that it requires no dilution and does not change color, blur, or migrate.
The results with DM HD ink look solid and fresh all the time. There are no blowouts with the DermMicro ink, unlike tattoo. What’s more, as a scalp professional, you can get a lot more points in with HD pigment. The points aren't pure black so they don't turn blue with age and exposure to weather elements.
Place your order for the top-quality HD pigment today on the DM website.