Capillary micropigmentation

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Hair micropigmentation aims to correct the appearance of hair loss by recreating follicles using a pigmentation technique. The result is natural and adapted to your needs. Our goal? That no one notices!


Hair micropigmentation, also called scalp micropigmentation (SMP), is a scalp pigmentation technique performed with a dermograph and needles specially designed for this technique. The objective is to introduce pigment into the dermis in order to recreate a light and natural hair density, whether for men or women.




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What Are The PossibilitiesFrom Micro Hair Pigmentation?

Hair Micro Pigmentation allows to recreate (visually) hair follicles in order to give back the appearance of density to the scalp. Whether it is for a shaved look, densification on long hair or even correction of scars following a hair transplant, micropigmentation allows you to customize the results according to your needs.

How does the process work?

Depending on the area to be treated and the work to be done, the service can be done in several appointments lasting from 1 to 3 hours each. In general, the consultation is done before the appointment in order to establish the treatment plan necessary to obtain the desired result. During the service, our experienced technicians will take measurements in order to create a perfect drawing that respects the natural hairline and that will serve as a guide during the service. Once this design is approved, the pigmentation will begin.

How does the healing process work?

The external healing (visible to the eye) takes 7 to 10 days while the internal healing (skin layers) takes 4 to 6 weeks. Once the healing is complete, the color will stabilize to make way for the final result.

Immediately after the appointment, the result will be very discreet and natural. There is no need to worry, this is part of the normal process to obtain an adequate result. Afterwards, the pigment will gradually come out allowing you to see the desired final result.

Depending on the level of density desired, several sessions may be necessary.

Will I need to make retouches?

The result of such a procedure lasts between 3 and 5 years before fading considerably. We recommend maintaining your pigmentation with touch-ups in order to keep the result longer. It is recommended to maintain your hair micropigmentation every 2 to 3 years in order to keep a natural density and avoid having to redo the entire procedure.

Do not forget that micropigmentation is an art, not an exact science. Results may vary depending on the age of the client, his or her capacity for cellular regeneration, the intensity of the pigment used and his or her lifestyle.

Before – Before – Before

After – After – After

What you will need to do before & after the service

Before the performance

  • You should not expose the area to be pigmented to the sun for at least 48 hours before the procedure.
  • Avoid drinking coffee, tea and/or energy drinks on the morning of the appointment. Do not consume very spicy foods or alcohol a few days before the service.
  • Do not take ibuprofen (advil/aspirin) at least 48 hours before the appointment (except when prescribed).
  • On the day of treatment, it is important to wash your head and hair thoroughly. Do not apply conditioner to the scalp.
  • If your hair is shaved, moisturize your skin at least one week before the appointment.

After the performance

  • After the treatment, it is normal to have some temporary side effects such as: redness, swelling, etc. It is important not to scratch or remove the scabs that have formed as this could cause scarring or loss of pigment.
  • For a period of 5 days following the treatment, you cannot: wet or shave the area and/or shampoo.
  • For a period of 7 to 10 days, avoid all sun exposure. Wearing a hat or cap is permitted. Beware of chafing and choose a slightly larger cap to prevent chafing.
  • As soon as the healing process is complete, it is important to always apply a sun protection cream to keep the result as long as possible. It is best to use a non-greasy cream. If necessary, moisturize the area with a non-treatment moisturizer.
  • You should avoid excessive sweating and swimming in chlorine-treated pools for 7 to 10 days following the service. Avoid saunas for 30 days.


  • Anyone taking daily anticoagulants.
  • People with diabetes, who are pregnant or breastfeeding.

*Please note that certain contraindications may be admissible only with the approval of a physician.


  • People with active skin disease near the area to be pigmented or undergoing Accutane treatment.
  • People undergoing chemotherapy, hemophilia or having an autoimmune disease.

*Please note that certain contraindications may be admissible only with the approval of a physician.

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