Blending Techniques Used in Scalp Micropigmentation
Blending is one of the single most important factors when working to make sure your Scalp Micropigmentation (SMP) results look natural. It is crucial to blend the pigments in with your natural hair growth and hair pattern to achieve the most natural look possible. When done correctly, scalp micropigmentation is designed to look just as natural as hair. Carefully blended tones and dyes help achieve the look of actual hair follicles.
To achieve the most natural look possible, your scalp micropigmentation practitioner must know how to effectively blend the pigments into existing hair. Often, a practitioner must be able to determine the best density and pigment tones so that the results will not look unnatural. Blending is a crucial factor when looking to achieve successful scalp micropigmentation results.
During your initial consultation, we determine what kind of look you are going for, and from there we can determine a detailed plan of action to ensure that you will be satisfied with the result. Each person’s head is different and we take a high-individualized approach to each client. At Hairline Ink, we offer or scalp micropigmentation services in two sessions and sometimes clients will come back for a third session. During the first session, we lay down the foundational work of your new hair and hairline. During the second session, we bring your new look alive by blending the pigmentation and your existing hair. The whole point of this treatment is that nobody is supposed to know that you had anything done.
Successfully blending the pigments to blend in with the rest of your hair is a skill that requires a lot of time to master. Our practitioners are Hairline Ink consider scalp micropigmentation an art and they are all passionate at what they do. Our experienced team knows exactly what they are doing when it comes to SMP procedures. Blending requires mixing the proper dyes to match a client’s natural hair color when they appear to have a shaved head. Blending is used to create a gradient of pigment to give the illusion of full head of hair with more density and darkness near the hairline. Some clients opt for a more “faded” look along the sides of their scalp and down the back, and this is achieved by using proper blending techniques to produce a gradient look of hair follicles.
At Hairline Ink, our clients recognize us for the incredibly natural results our procedures produce. Often times, our clients’ friends and family just assume that they had their hair buzzed and they do not suspect that they really the scalp micropigmentation procedure. Our blending techniques not only work to make our client’s new look seem more natural, but they are also important when trying to cover up blemishes and scars on the scalp. If you have more questions about our blending techniques, or would like to schedule a free consultation, please do not hesitate to contact us today at (585)-250-0835 !