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Scalp Micropigmentation (SMP)

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Time Needed: 2.5 - 3 hours, Touch-Up: 1 - 1.5 hours​
Duration: 12 to 24 months
Cost- From $320
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It all starts with SMP – the key to getting your groove back.

Until the development of scalp micropigmentation, there were no solutions that offered truly guaranteed, natural-looking results. We are proud to offer Scalp Micropigmentation, and hair tattoo procedures for those who wish to correct the appearance of hair loss with safe, predictable, and instantaneous results every time. By producing the appearance of hair follicles, a scalp micropigmentation procedure is an excellent option for men with pattern baldness and women with thinning hair to provide the look of a thicker, fuller-looking hairline and crown for areas that have experienced hair loss. This hair restoration treatment is a minimally invasive way of restoring confidence, highlighting facial features, and turning back the clock on your appearance. 

For men experiencing the effects of hair loss, a long list of topical lotions, cover-ups, drug-based solutions, and surgeries are available to solve the problem. However, none have shown the results and reliability that Micropigmentation of the scalp has delivered for our clients.

The most effective treatment for men who are suffering from the consequences of hair loss and pattern baldness and thinning. Hair Tattoos, as opposed to hair transplants, are a completely non-invasive process that deposits natural pigment under the skin of the scalp to rejuvenate your look for areas that have experienced hair loss and restore confidence.

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Hairline​

SMP, using a micro needle, can recreate a youthful, natural hairline, resembling a shaved head with a full appearance. Your hairline significantly impacts your overall look, so considering factors like age, ethnicity, and lifestyle is crucial. Options include a versatile, natural receding hairline and a sharp “barbershop” straight edge-up popular among African American and young Hispanic clients. The round hairline is another popular choice for all ages, especially suitable for rounder faces and larger heads. Regardless of your preference, it’s vital to have SMP administered by a trained specialist for the best outcome.

Density

Let’s debunk a common myth! You don’t have to shave your head completely to benefit from SMP. There are cases where SMP is suitable for thinning hair, especially for those who’ve undergone a hair transplant without achieving the desired density or for individuals experiencing visible thinning but not yet ready to shave. Contrary to the misconception that only men face hair loss, 50% of women will also experience noticeable hair loss. Various conditions, such as hormonal changes due to pregnancy, childbirth, menopause, and thyroid problems, can contribute to permanent or temporary hair loss in women. Scalp Micropigmentation is an effective solution for both men and women dealing with general thinning. We adapt the procedure to work with your existing hair, minimizing the contrast between your scalp and hair to give the illusion of fuller, thicker hair.

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Scar Camouflage

Certainly! SMP is an effective treatment for scars. All hair transplants leave some form of permanent scarring, and many clients who underwent such procedures may not have achieved the desired density, prompting them to consider shaving for a preferred look with SMP treatment. Hair transplant scars, whether from FUT (strip scar) running from one ear to the other or FUE (multiple tiny round, white scars) in the donor area, can become visible when the hair is shaved. SMP proves successful in covering these scars. Moreover, it’s not limited to hair transplant scars; SMP can effectively cover scars from accidents or surgeries as well.

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Types

Hair loss can impact one’s confidence, prompting the search for effective solutions. Scalp micropigmentation offers a non-surgical, customizable approach to address various types of hair loss concerns, catering to both men and women.



1. Male Pattern Baldness:

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Male pattern baldness often involves a receding hairline and crown hair loss, affecting confidence. Scalp micropigmentation provides a non-invasive solution, using tiny follicle deposits to restore the original hairline. The custom-tailored approach ensures a defined and natural-looking shaved hair appearance, allowing individuals to resume daily activities promptly.



2. Full Hair Loss Restoration:

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For those experiencing extensive hair loss, scalp micropigmentation offers a minimally invasive procedure to create the illusion of a full head of hair. Artists skillfully design a new hairline, framing the face, and achieving a clean, timeless aesthetic akin to a buzz cut. This procedure significantly boosts self-confidence.



3. Scalp Scar Camouflage:

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Scars from hair transplant surgeries can compromise one’s hair look, causing distress. Scalp micropigmentation effectively conceals these scars, blending pigments into the scar region and achieving 60-80% scar concealment. The procedure is comfortable, providing a well-blended hair look that depends on scar texture and aggressiveness.



4. Alopecia:

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Alopecia manifests in various forms, including male pattern baldness, patches of baldness, and hair loss on the lower back and sides. Regardless of the type, scalp micropigmentation offers a non-invasive solution, restoring the appearance of hair follicles and eliminating signs of hair loss.


5. Thinning Hair:

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To address thinning hair, scalp micropigmentation improves hair density, targeting bald spots to create a natural, dense look. This common treatment enhances the overall appearance by depositing pigments into the skin’s dermal layer, mimicking additional hair on thinning areas.


6. Women’s Hair Loss:

Contrary to common belief, women also face hair thinning due to various reasons such as alopecia, cancer treatment, menopause, stress, hormonal fluctuations post-pregnancy, hypothyroidism, and certain medications. Scalp micropigmentation offers women the opportunity to regain the appearance of thicker, fuller hair, tailored to their specific needs and the scale of hair loss.


Contact us today to learn more or book an initial consultation with our skilled and experienced artists.

Process

Usage of Numbing Cream/ Numbing Agent

Numbing agent will prevent your body from sending any inflammatory signals that may cause these issues. Your skin will be much less likely to have any side effects such as redness, inflammation or bruising. After the procedure, you may experience slight irritation but this will fade away after your skin has healed. A numbing cream can help reduce your discomfort and allow the microblading procedure to be completed faster. This means that you’re less likely to feel any pain throughout the process and it will also take much less time for your skin to heal.

When numbing cream is applied, we cover every part of the skin that will be treated during the microblading procedure. This is because some areas (such as the lips) may feel painful when they’re done and you don’t want to add any additional discomfort after using a painkiller.

In order to ensure your overall well-being and avoid any potential complications, it is important to carefully review all the information provided on this page regarding the requirements, contraindications, and medications to avoid before your semi-permanent makeup appointment. Proper preparation is key to achieving the best possible healed results, so please make sure to follow the instructions accordingly.

Touch-Ups

Touch-up prices are exclusively available for returning clients who have previously been seen by Jealash Beauty Studio.

A touch-up appointment is highly recommended to enhance the results and make any necessary color adjustments in areas where the skin may not have retained the pigment. During this session, we will refine the shape, color, and make any minor adjustments as needed.

Touch-up pricing is as follows:

  • Within the 1st month: Free of charge (1st session)
  • Within 6 months: 40% off (1 session)
  • Within 12 months: 30% off (1 session)
  • After 12 months: 10% off (2 sessions)

Please note that if you had previous work done by another artist, it will be priced as an initial session.

Before & After
Before Your Arrival

To ensure a successful procedure and optimal healing, please follow these guidelines prior to your appointment:

  • Avoid blood thinners to minimize excessive bleeding.
  • Refrain from consuming alcoholic beverages for 48 hours before the procedure.
  • Do not consume caffeine on the day of the procedure.
  • Only take pain relievers or killers if specifically directed by your physician.
  • Discontinue the use of fish oil or biotin one week before your appointment.
  • Avoid direct sunlight to avoid burning and peeling of the skin. 
  • Do not use a razor on your scalp within 24 hours of the scheduled procedure. It is critical that we see all natural hair in order to properly blend the hair follicles. 

It is recommended that you shower before your procedure.

Aftercare

1. KEEP YOUR SCALP DRY
Straight after each treatment session, you want to keep your scalp dry for up to four days. You may experience a bit of redness. You may experience a bit of an itchy scalp. This is all totally normal and it will subside after a few days. Also, if you want to, you can wear a hat during this process. Just make sure it’s something soft and loose and comfortable so it’s not going to irritate your skin whilst it’s healing.

2. MOISTURISE YOUR SCALP DURING THE HEALING STAGE
As the pigment heals under the skin, little tiny scabs may form. After two days, you can start to moisturise again. This will really help the healing process.

3. AVOID EXCESSIVE SWEATING POST SMP
Avoid excessive sweating. Stay away from any saunas, steam rooms, things that may cause excessive sweating. We recommend four days, but this can be flexible depending on how you feel. You may continue with the gym and exercise if you can refrain from excessive sweating. If you do overly sweat, then just get a paper towel and just blot away the sweat and that should dry out nicely.

4. WASHING YOUR SCALP AFTER SMP
Showering, washing, and getting water on your scalp. After four or five days, give your scalp a good wash with warm soapy water. Avoid any strong chemicals such as anti-dandruff shampoos or any hair growth products just for a few days. You may start to use these types of products again 10 days after each procedure.

5. CAN I DRINK ALCOHOL OR TAKE MEDICATION POST SMP
Medication and alcohol. Yes, you may drink alcohol and take any medications that you need to straight after any treatment.

6. CUTTING YOUR HAIR AFTER SCALP MICROPIGMENTATION
You can cut your hair again after day five with clippers or a shaver (especially if you have long hair), whichever is your preferred choice. Just be gentle on the scalp until after the 10-day period. From day 10 after any of your treatments, your scalp is pretty much healed.

7. SMP MAINTENANCE
Long-term maintenance of your SMP. We ask that you avoid swimming pools, hot tubs, this is because of the high chlorine level that could possibly affect the colour, so just up to 30 days. After that, you’re totally fine. Keep moisturising regularly. Most importantly, use a high-factor sunscreen, factor 50 preferably. That’ll stop any excessive fading that may result from direct sunlight onto your scalp.

Healing Timeline

Day 1-4: Take ibuprofen or pain reliever to reduce swelling and discomfort. You may wear a hat outside, but it must be clean and loose-fitting. If you do wear a hat in the healing process you must allow the scalp to breathe properly so remove the hat every 30 minutes for the first 3 days. Do Not use shampoo, water or soap. Do Not sweat! No gym, No weight lifting. No cardio. No running.

Day 5-6: You can take a light shower, light water pressure, and gently shampoo your scalp. Pat dry, do not rub. You can sweat lightly. No gym, No weight lifting. No cardio. No running.

Day 7-9: There still may be scabs on your scalp. Apply moisturizer 2+ daily to prevent dryness and flaky skin. You can sweat lightly. No gym, No weight lifting. No cardio. No running.

Day 10+: This is the time you are probably considering shaving your head. Be careful of any scabs that might still be on your scalp. Only use an electric razor. You should wait 30 days before using a razor blade.

Note:  Return to your normal regiment with the exceptions below:

  • Avoid direct sun exposure for 14 days.

  • Avoid saunas, chlorine pools, beaches, or salt water for 30 days.

  • Avoid swimming in fresh, salt, or chlorinated water for 30 days.

Common Questions

What is Scalp Micropigmentation?
Scalp Micropigmentation is a non-invasive treatment that utilizes detailed micro-needles to deposit pigment into the scalp, creating the appearance of tiny hair follicles or short hair stubble. Whether you are experiencing thinning, receding hair, or complete baldness, this procedure can give you the look of a short buzz cut.

How much does Scalp Micropigmentation cost?
Our pricing is determined by the level of hair loss, which varies for each client. Typically, costs range between $500 and $3,000. We recommend scheduling a free consultation for our team to assess your case and provide a personalized price quote based on your specific hair loss needs.

How many treatments should I expect?
Scalp Micropigmentation is not a one-treatment process. Most clients undergo 2-4 sessions, spaced about 20-30 days apart, to complete their treatment, depending on the extent of hair loss or scarring.

How long does Scalp Micropigmentation take?
Each session of Scalp Micropigmentation typically lasts 2-3 hours, with most clients requiring 2-4 sessions to complete the treatment based on the degree of hair loss. Sessions are usually spaced 20-30 days apart.

Is Scalp Micropigmentation permanent?
Scalp Micropigmentation is a form of permanent cosmetics, lasting typically 2-4 years. While the treatment won’t wash off, slight fading may occur over time, and clients can return for quick touch-ups. We recommend consulting with our experienced practitioners to explore your treatment options.

Is Scalp Micropigmentation for long hair?
Scalp Micropigmentation is effective in adding density to thinning areas, such as the crown and hair parting. For those rebuilding their hairline, keeping hair short is recommended for a balanced look.

Does the Scalp Micropigmentation procedure hurt?
For most clients, the pain is minimal, less than traditional tattoos. After the session, no further discomfort is typically experienced.

Is Scalp Micropigmentation detectable?
Scalp Micropigmentation yields natural and undetectable results, seamlessly replicating individual hair follicles for a perfect match.

If I have hair left, can I leave it long?
The possibility of maintaining longer hair depends on the pattern and extent of thinning. Scalp pigmentation can thicken areas, but for significant hair loss, a shorter length is recommended.

How do I choose a hairline?
Your treatment specialist can assist in choosing a suitable hairline based on head shape and age, offering recommendations during sessions for the perfect result.

Will Scalp Micropigmentation work with gray hair?
Yes, the procedure works for clients with gray hair. Cutting hair short minimizes the appearance of gray, and a gray-scale pigment is used, adjustable to blend with lighter hair tones.

Can Scalp Micropigmentation camouflage my transplant scar?
Yes, nearly 1/3 of our clients seek scar camouflage, especially for FUE/FUT scars.

If I am lighter or darker skin tone, will this treatment still look good?
Absolutely! Our pigment shades are matched to a wide range of skin tones, ensuring effectiveness for various ethnicities.

What equipment is used for a Scalp Micropigmentation procedure?
The equipment involves micropigmentation or “permanent cosmetic” tools, specifically designed for the delicate placement of pigment into the scalp.

What is the difference between Scalp Micropigmentation, hair tattoo, micropigmentation, and scalp tattoo?
Scalp Micropigmentation differs from traditional tattoos, utilizing pointillism techniques to replicate short hair. It involves shallower depth, small micro dots, and a black pigment more diluted than tattoo inks.

Will Scalp Micropigmentation grow my hair back?
No, the treatment won’t stimulate hair growth. It provides the appearance of short hair or a tight buzz-cut, and maintaining shorter hair enhances the natural outcome.

Post-Treatment

Can I wear a hat after my Scalp Micropigmentation treatment?
Yes, wearing a hat or skullcap is permitted post-treatment, though minimized use is recommended.

How long until I can scrub, shampoo, or shave the SMP treatment area?
Avoid scrubbing, shampooing, or shaving the treated area for 4-5 days after the session to promote proper healing.

How long until I can sweat after the Scalp Micropigmentation treatment?
Refrain from heavy sweating or intense exercise for 4-5 days post-treatment to ensure optimal healing.

How long do the results last?
After completing 2-4 sessions, the color strength should last for years. Slight lightening may occur over an extended period, and a brief touch-up session can restore fading.

Do I need to take time off work?
Scalp Micropigmentation is non-invasive, requiring no downtime. Most clients can resume regular activities immediately, with any post-session redness subsiding quickly.

Will it change color like tattoos?
No, the pigment is designed to match the color spectrum of short cut hair and won’t discolor over time.

Can I still use Propecia and/or Rogaine after my treatment?
Clients can continue using Propecia, but Rogaine should be suspended during treatment and 30 days post the final session for proper healing and pigment settling.

Can I go in the pool, sauna, or steam room after my Scalp Micropigmentation treatment?
Avoid chlorinated pools, saunas, steam rooms, and tanning beds for 28 days post the final session to support optimal healing.

Terms & Conditions

Please note that the following conditions and guidelines apply to various procedures, including Scalp Micropigmentation (SMP), Scar Reduction Skin Camouflage, Eyebrow Embroidery & Microblading, Lip Blushing (Color Correction), and Korean Eyeliner Embroidery:

We are unable to perform Semi-Permanent Makeup if any of the following conditions exist:

  • Pregnant or breastfeeding.
  • Non-compliant diabetes. It is essential to heal well and adhere to your doctor’s recommended diet and medication.
  • Immediately after receiving botox treatment.
  • If you are currently using Accutane, isotretinoin, or other strong retinoids (after 6 months, it is allowed).
  • If you have sunburn on the treatment area.
  • If less than 48 – 72 hours have passed since waxing.

Semi-Permanent Makeup is not recommended if you have any of the following conditions or symptoms on the treatment area:

  • Skin diseases such as eczema, psoriasis, dermatitis, scabies, ringworm, acne, allergic reactions, boils, wounds, severe scaling keratosis, or damaged capillaries.
  • If you have undergone a strong chemical peel, dermabrasion, immunotherapy, or any other intense skin resurfacing treatment. The skin needs to be free from irritation and should be stopped 2 – 3 weeks before any treatment.

Moles do not retain pigment, so they will still remain after the procedure. Your technician will work around the area.

If you have any allergies, it is important to notify your technician as numbing agents are used during the procedure.

Inform your technician if you have previously had any type of treatment done to the treatment area. For optimal results, any previous permanent makeup should be very faded or almost undetectable. If there are still green, blue, or red tones from past botched permanent makeup procedures, it is recommended to have it removed by laser from a trained professional before attempting any treatment. You can send a picture to your technician to help determine the severity.

To maintain a sterile environment and ensure patented techniques are followed, no other person or animal is allowed in the room during the procedure.

To secure an appointment, a retainer fee of $100 is required, which will be deducted from the total service cost. This is to respect our time and prevent “no-shows.”

Failure to inform us of any of the above conditions before your appointment will result in the forfeiture of your retainer. We prioritize your safety and aim to achieve the best results and satisfaction.

Reminders

Please keep in mind the following important reminders for Scalp Micropigmentation (SMP), Scar Reduction Skin Camouflage, Eyebrow Embroidery & Microblading, Lip Blushing (Color Correction), and Korean Eyeliner Embroidery:

  • Use a fresh pillowcase while you sleep to maintain a clean and hygienic environment.
  • You may apply a clean ice pack, protected with a paper towel or cloth, for 10-minute intervals during the first 48 hours to help reduce swelling or discomfort.
  • Avoid rubbing, picking, or scratching the treated area. Let any scabbing or dry skin naturally exfoliate. It is normal to feel itchy, but scratching or picking can lead to scarring or loss of color.
  • Refrain from wearing makeup on the treated area for 7 days to allow for proper healing.
  • Avoid facials, botox, chemical treatments, or microdermabrasion for 4 weeks after the procedure to prevent any interference with the healing process.
  • Steer clear of hot, sweaty exercise for one week to avoid excessive sweating in the treated area.
  • Protect the treated area from direct sun exposure or tanning for 4 weeks following the procedure. Wear a hat when outdoors to shield the area from the sun.
  • Avoid taking long, hot showers for the first 10 days to prevent the treated area from being exposed to excessive heat or steam.
  • Refrain from sleeping on your face for the first 10 days to avoid putting pressure on the treated area.
  • Avoid face-down swimming, lakes, and hot tubs for the first 10 days as water exposure may affect the healing process.
  • Do not apply topical makeup or sunscreen directly on the treated area during the healing process.

Remember that following the proper preparation and aftercare routine is crucial for achieving optimal results with your semi-permanent makeup procedure.

Important Note about Showering: During showers, limit the steam exposure to your face by keeping your treatment area out of the water while washing your body. Towards the end of your shower, you can wash your hair, allowing some water to gently touch your face. Avoid excessive rinsing and hot water on the treated area.

Please be aware that in extreme cases, prolonged exposure to chlorine, exfoliation creams, or direct sunlight can cause colors to fade.

Failure to follow the post-procedure instructions may result in pigment loss, discoloration, or infection. Refunds are not offered for services that have already been performed.

Our goal is to provide high-quality treatments and a relaxing experience. We continuously undergo training and stay up to date with the latest developments in the beauty industry to ensure our products and services are effective. We have a loyal client base that returns to us due to their satisfaction with our treatments.

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