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Scalp micropigmentation is an innovative medical procedure that replicates the appearance of thicker fuller hair. This procedure is nonsurgical and requires very little down time, if any. 


When the loss of hair occurs, it can be unexpected and quite devastating. It is always recommended to seek medical advice if there is an underlying cause that can be treated before any invasive procedures. 


Scalp micropigmentation and density building is a perfect solution for someone wanting the look of fuller thicker hair without having to do any surgical invasive procedures. It gives the illusion of tiny hair follicles and fills in the areas where the light reflects off the scalp. A typical case would take 2-3 sessions and could be completed over the course of a few months


Scalp Density is a wonderful option to getting fuller and thicker looking hair. It is recommended that a consultation is scheduled to create a the appropriate course of action for each individual's needs. 


Builds Density

Creates fuller thicker looking hair

Non surgical

Little to no down time

Instant results


Before your Procedure

  • Don’t drink heavily the night before your procedure; it could thin your blood for the next day.

  • You cannot be under the influence of alcohol or drugs at the time of your tattoo appointment.

  • Drink lots of water – be well hydrated.

  • Get plenty of sleep the night before.

  • If you have any medical condition that requires a doctor’s note beforehand, make sure you have the necessary physician’s authorization form.

  • If your skin is sunburned on the area to be worked on – reschedule your appointment.

  • Have your ID ready and available – it must be State/Federal/Military/Government issued.

  • Consider packing a small bag with bottled water or juice, snacks, a pillow, a small clean blanket.

  • Consider wearing comfortable clothing.  

  • Eat within 2 hours of your cosmetic/tattoo procedure.

  • Avoid caffeinated or energy drinks right before your procedure appointment.

  • Avoid aspirin and/or ibuprofen products for 24-48 hours before your appointment, unless your physician requires it.

  • You will have to fill out paperwork with medical history information.

​During your Cosmetic

  • Your specific procedure will take time. Be prepared to sit for a period of time for adequate numbing and lying on a cosmetic procedure bed without moving around during your procedure.

  • You need to stay calm. Let your artist know if you’re nervous or scared, and they can often help by explaining the process to you. You should try to keep your body relaxed, breathe steadily and slowly.

  • Inform your artist if you’re feeling nauseous or dizzy.

  • Pay attention to the instructions your technician gives you during the procedure.

  • Inform your artist if you need to take a short break.

  • If you need to move, stretch, cough, etc. – warn your technician first.

  • Expect to feel tired after your procedure.

*** Make sure to review ALL Pre Care & Post Care Procedures.

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