So you’re done with either your second or third Scalp Micropigmentation session. Congrats! Walking out with a renewed hairline and confidence is unbeatable. However, remember to maintain your look in specific ways. Keep track of these critical factors for Scalp Micropigmentation.
In the short term, focus on maintenance to avoid complications after treatment. After you leave the clinic, your scalp becomes extra sensitive to elements like sun and water. Avoid direct sunlight exposure for apparent reasons. Imagine getting a painful sunburn on your sensitive scalp after SMP. To combat this, wear a hat or sunscreen for the first month. Also, SMP practitioners advise avoiding getting your head wet at least four days post-treatment. By wet, this means minimal sweating or washing your scalp. Consider staying home or making plans to avoid sun or water exposure. It’s just for the first month, though. After that, resume your everyday life.
In the long term, you can stop worrying about your appearance. SMP appears realistic, and neither eyes nor cameras can detect it. So smile! You look great. Unlike tattoos, SMP ink doesn’t turn blue, so don’t worry about fading. Fading may happen gradually, but clients usually return for touch-ups after years. With careful maintenance and sun protection, your SMP will last longer.
Overall, Scalp Micropigmentation offers benefits beyond just improving your scalp’s appearance. Short-term maintenance is crucial but, luckily, also easy to manage. First-month maintenance paves the way for long-term success.
Have questions about hair loss? Hairline Ink has the answers. If you or someone you know is suffering from hair loss, contact our team of experts to learn how scalp micropigmentation can help you to defy hair loss and reinvent the way you feel. We offer Scalp Micropigmentation in over 50 US cities. Call or text us today at 833-HAIR-INK (833-424-7465) to schedule an appointment, learn about our pricing, or to get a free quote!