Q: 6) How much will it cost ?
Q: 4) How long before it will fade away ?
Q: 3) How is the tattoo process different from Micro-pigmentation ?
Q: 1) What is Micro-pigmentation ?
A: Micro-pigmentation is the process of creating tiny dots similar to follicles, using a needle and ink. The process gives the impression that hair is growing and when it is done correctly, it is almost impossible to tell the difference between the real follicle and the fake one.
A: After your free consultation, we will agree on a day and a time to start your first section. Your first section can take anywhere from 1 to 4 hours depending on how big is the balding area. After your first section you will return in two weeks or more fore your second section. At each section we will add density until we achieve the look you desire.
Q: 2) How is it done ?
A: A tattoo is done deep into the third layer of skin, making the tattoo permanent. Micro-pigmentation is done on the first layer of skin, no blood and no pain. The first layer of skin regenerates ,that makes your micro-pigmentation temporary and it will fade with time. Also tattoo ink has metallic colors in it and the color change with time. Our ink is %100 natural, charcoal and it is one color that do not change, it is very natural looking,
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A: The process is similar to a tattoo, because we use ink and a needle , but it is a very different process. First the machine, needle and ink are different and then the process is very different.
A: You will only pay once in full before your first section. After your procedure is done you will have a whole year for a free touch up latter if you decide you want it darker. The cost depends on how much area we have to cover, but we have the lowest prices, when other clinics prices range from $ 2000 to $ 4000, we range from $ 500 to $ 2500. Send us three pictures on the contact section of this page and will get back to you with a price. Thank you !
A: It will depend on your life style and how fast your skin regenerates. With proper care it should last from 8 to 10 years before it fades completely, but that process will be slow, it will get lighter as the years go by.
Q: 5) If I decide to have it done, how will we start ?