Hair tattoo Before and after

Top Scalp Clinic provides scalp micropigmentation treatment for customers from Gloucester, Cheltenham and surrounding areas. The treatment is often referred to as hair tattoo and we got many requests to show the pictures of hair tattoo before and after.

So we have decided to create a post on our blog with some pictures of our previous customers before and after the treatments. Below the gallery, we will answer some common questions regarding hair tattoos.

Hair tattoo gallery (before and after)

Hair tattoo questions and answers

Will a hair tattoo cause me to lose more hair?

  • Hair tattoos will not stop hair from growing, for a variety of reasons:
  • Pigment particles from ink are deposited in the skin’s dermis layer
  • The root of the hair follicle is placed further down
  • Scalp micropigmentation is not harmful to your hair
  • Hair that has been treated will regrow

Choosing the appropriate hair tattoo clinic with experienced specialists will make all the difference in terms of getting amazing results.

Is hair tattoo painful?

Pain, like all other sensations, is very subjective. On a scale of one to ten, pain levels during the hair tattoo may range from one to four. When compared to the agony of having a tattoo, scalp micropigmentation is less painful since we only go two layers into the skin’s dermis, which is far less than a regular tattoo.

A traditional tattoo also involves a scraping technique, which is more painful. The dotting technique used for scalp micropigmentation is far less unpleasant than scraping.

How long will a hair tattoo last?

This is a very common question because when people lose their hair, it may be a huge source of anxiety since their confidence and self-esteem are dramatically impacted.

A hair tattoo may persist for years if properly cared for and with no touch-ups. However, with a few touch-ups here and there – which are usually recommended for long-lasting effects – you can maintain the same appearance year after year. You can ensure that your hair tattoo looks as wonderful as it did the first time you had it done.

Will the hair tattoo appear natural?

As you can see from the pictures above, scalp micropigmentation results can be remarkably realistic provided that you will get treated by a skilled technician. Your goal is to get a natural-looking hairline and perfect match or colours. Hair tattoos are popular in the UK and over the world, and their popularity rises year after year, with celebrities from the stage, cinema, sports, media, modelling, and other professions preferring the SMP option. Getting a hair tattoo is a great way to express yourself.

Hair tattoo in Gloucester at Top Scalp Clinic

We are a local scalp micropigmentation clinic with a few years of experience and many happy clients under our belt. Here are a few advantages of getting the treatment with us.

  • We have a good level of experience in scalp micropigmentation. All our customers are happy with the results, we have 100% positive reviews on Google Business.
  • We are very flexible when it comes to availability and can make an appointment upon request. If requested, we can work in the evening or over the weekend.
  • Our modern treatment room is conveniently located on the outskirts of Gloucester, and this central location allows us to serve customers from Gloucester, Cheltenham and other parts of Gloucestershire.
  • Our prices are competitive

We are really proud of and enthusiastic about what we do. A hair tattoo is one of the options you should absolutely explore if you are seeking an efficient non-surgical hair loss remedy. Please contact us today and visit us for a free, no-obligation consultation.

I hope you like our hair tattoo before and after gallery and the questions answers section gave you some valuable insights. You may find more information about the treatment by reading the article: Everything You Need to Know About Scalp Micropigmentation.

If you have further questions, please post them in the comments section below.

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