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Does SMP Damage Existing Hair?

Posted by Mary Shoufield on

Scalp micropigmentation does not harm your existing hair. However, this depends a lot on the type of products used. An untrained artist is more likely to use chemical inks or wrong size of needles or even poor tools for the procedure. Wrong tools and pigment can do your hair more harm than good. In that case, it might damage your existing hair. You don’t want to get into the hands of an untrained scalp artist. Rather, look for one who enjoys a great reputation in the industry. Well-trained and experienced SMP practitioners use the best tools to create natural-looking results....

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Can you do SMP yourself?

Posted by Mary Shoufield on

Scalp micropigmentation involves the use of special equipment and tools to create the impression of hair follicles. The best results can only be obtained with the right skills, training, experience, and tools. You cannot ignore the importance of the right type of tools for scalp micropigmentation to deliver results. A trained scalp artist is skillful and uses top-grade equipment that can make a world of a difference to the client’s expectations. This includes a scalp pen used to inject small deposits of pigment to create the impression of natural follicles. What are the tools needed for SMP? Scalp micropigmentation is...

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Should I do SMP to myself?

Posted by J Allen on

Attempts to do SMP at home

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How Deep Should my Needle Go?

Posted by J Allen on

When working on many client scalps over time, you may start to find that some clients' skin tends to take the pigment a lot better than others.  This is why it is important to calibrate your needle depth based on test areas and knowing the general areas where skin can get thicker and thinner throughout the scalp.

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New Pen Covers / Sleeves

Posted by J Allen on

We are happy to introduce the latest DermiMatch Product promoting a sterile environment for the scalp micropigmentation procedure.

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