SMP is not a tattoo, though it might seem similar to it. The scalp artist must be trained and experienced in delivering consistent results that imitate the look of natural hair follicles. The method of injection in scalp micropigmentation is different. The SMP practitioner uses the best ink for scalp micropigmentation. They use needles of different widths to meticulously place tiny droplets of ink in the upper layer of the dermis, which is just beneath the epidermis.
A scalp artist focuses on creating a pattern that recreates the look of hair with SMP ink. What makes SMP different from conventional methods of tattooing? The latter inject the pigment into the middle layer of the dermis, whereas SMP places the ink into the top dermal layer to secure it in its place and prevent fading. The ink stays in place when injected into the top layer of the dermis. Contrarily, placing the ink into the middle layer can cause the pigment to bleed and fade.
The skills of the scalp artist matter a lot when it comes to injecting the SMP pigment at the right angle and depth. This will determine the most realistic results. A trained and experienced SMP practitioner knows that everyone has different levels of needle resistance. This depends on the amount of scarring and body fat.
SMP pigments are blended to match the client’s desired color and influenced by facial hair, skin tone, and eyebrow coloration. SMP ink is not composed of composite sources, which prevents discoloration and separation of colors into blues and greens. It does not contain heavy metal, which makes it safe for use without too many side effects.
There is a huge difference between tattooed artwork and scalp micropigmentation for concealing hair loss, bald patches, thinning hair, and a receding hairline.
The best SMP ink is long-lasting. It is resistant to fading. However, you will need a few touchups after some years to retain and revive the look. DermMicro ink used for SMP is versatile, flexible, and requires no dilution. Scalp artists use DermMicro Color Chart to choose the right pigment for the client's skin type.
Scalp micropigmentation pigment matches the hair color and skin tone of the client to make it look natural.
Finding The Right SMP Pigment
DermMicro pigment contains natural ingredients that reduce the risk of inflammation, redness, and swelling after treatment. Top scalp artists use the SMP ink successfully to create the most effective results for clients. The pigment has been tested as an industry standard. DermMicro aftercare kit also includes moisturizers and cleansers for care after the treatment, which reduce swelling, irritation, and redness.
DermMicro also deals in a legacy needle variety pack, apart from DermMicro HD Series Needles. There have been improvements in the legacy needle/cartridge system to create high density needles for a superior overall experience. DermMicro HD pigments are packed with the highest particle per millimeter possible.
Order your 3 premium HD DermMicro pigments in one bundle today. HD needles are designed with a superior taper configuration. Its unique tight configuration ensures that needles do not harm the skin nor is there loss of blood.