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Why Sun Exposure is Harmful for SMP?

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You have heard it over and over again that you should avoid sun exposure after scalp micropigmentation. But you often wonder as to how sun exposure affects SMP. Your scalp artist might tell you to wear a hat before stepping out in the sun. Let’s explore the reason. If you plan to undergo scalp micropigmentation, it is important to make yourself aware of SMP aftercare tips beforehand. The first important thing is to shield your new hairline from harmful ultraviolet rays. The reason is simple – you don’t want it to fade upon exposure to the sun. Why you should...

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How to Minimize the Look of a Shiny Scalp

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If you have a shiny scalp after SMP, it is not a bad thing. But a gleaming scalp might not be your ideal look, though some men look great with a glossy head. After getting SMP done, your scalp might look shinier. You might associate it with a look that does not appear so realistic. So you want to have a matte look and reduce the shiny appearance. There are a few tips to follow. Shaving tips Now you must bear in mind that a totally shaved head gets a shiny look as light flawlessly reflects on the scalp. Here...

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SMP Treatment and Care

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Does SMP treatment work for everyone? Scalp micropigmentation is meant to hide baldness, scars, thinning hair, and a receding hairline. It works for both men and women, giving them the look of a fuller-looking head of hair. With SMP, you will feel more confident. It will help restore your self-esteem. Who Is a Candidate for SMP? People with alopecia, thinning hair, pattern baldness, and those undergoing cancer treatment or chemotherapy are candidates of scalp micropigmentation. Those who have undergone a hair transplant may also want to opt for scalp micropigmentation to hide the surgery scar. With SMP, bald patches look...

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Does SMP Make the Scalp Shiny?

Posted by Mary Shoufield on

Of course, you do not want your scalp to shine when you go for scalp micropigmentation. But for some clients, the scalp starts to shine after they shave their head following the procedure. A shiny scalp is the result of smoothness, bright lights, and moisture. Many clients do not want to attract attention to their scalp for more reasons than one. Smoothness and Shine When light hits a bald head or a shaved head with SMP, the surface starts to shine is the result when light bounces from a surface. This is the result of a smooth head that shines...

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