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Why do smaller needles achieve better results in microhair pigmentation?

How does micro hair pigmentation treatment work?

  • And what are the advantages of the latest generation of needles, which is now used as standard by all customers?

  • In this blog post, we'll explain everything you need to know about this groundbreaking method for improving your hairline.

Are you looking for a solution to your hair loss and do you want a hairline that looks fuller and, above all, natural?

Then Microhair pigmentation (MHP) could be something for you.

left before pigmentation, right after pigmentation
Example compilation of hair pigmentation

Microhair pigmentation is an advanced technique that uses a special needle to apply pigments to the scalp. These pigments resemble your own (shaved) hair stubble and create the optical effect of more hair. Microhair pigmentation is suitable for both men and women who suffer from thinning hair, hairlines, bald spots or a receding hairline.

What does microhair pigmentation mean?

Microhair pigmentation is a non- surgical treatment by an experienced microhair pigmentation specialist.

The specialist injects pigments into the top layer of the scalp using a device with a very fine needle. These pigments are the same color as your own hair, creating the illusion of hair stubble.

The treatment is virtually painless and takes approximately 2 to 4 hours per session, depending on the size of the area to be treated. Typically 2 to 4 sessions are required to achieve the desired result.

What are the benefits of microhair pigmentation?

Microhair pigmentation has many advantages over other methods of camouflage hair loss, such as hair transplantation, hairpieces or medication. Some advantages are:

  • Microhair pigmentation is a safe and effective treatment that does not cause scarring, infection or allergic reactions.

  • Microhair pigmentation is a virtually permanent solution that will not fade or discolor. The pigments last for years and can be touched up or adjusted if necessary.

  • Microhair pigmentation is an affordable treatment that is much cheaper than a hair transplant or hairpiece.

  • Microhair pigmentation is a natural treatment that delivers a realistic and natural-looking result. The pigments adapt perfectly to your own hair color and skin tone and create the effect of a freshly shaved hairstyle (shave look).

  • Microhair pigmentation is a flexible treatment suitable for most hair types, hair colors and hair problems. You can choose how you want to shape your hairline, whether you want a straight, soft or conservative hairline.

Which latest generation needles are available for microhair pigmentation?

The latest generation of needles now used as standard by all our customers (hairline finish) are the 2-point needles.

Comparison of 2-point and 3-point MHP needles
Comparison of 2-point and 3-point MHP needles

These needles have two tips instead of three, which allows us to work even finer and more precisely. The 2-point needles are mainly used to create ultra-fine hairlines during a micropigmentation treatment. This innovation makes it possible to create an ultra-perfect hairline for men with hair loss.

The advantages of the 2-point needles are:

  • They ensure smaller (up to 30%) and sharper ends, making the hairline look even more natural.

  • They increase the density and coverage of the pigments, so the treatment requires fewer sessions and fewer follow-up treatments.

Where can you do a micro hair pigmentation treatment with the 2-point needles?

If you are interested in a micro hair pigmentation treatment with the 2-point needles, you can contact Prohairclinic, the leading micro hair pigmentation specialist in Belgium.

Prohairclinic has years of experience and expertise in the field of microhair pigmentation and only works with the best equipment and materials.

At Prohairclinic you can rely on personal and professional advice, a free and non-binding consultation, a tailor-made treatment plan and the guarantee of beautiful and lasting results.

Would you like to learn more about microhair pigmentation or make an appointment for a free consultation?

Contact Prohairclinic

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