Scalp micropigmentation is a semi-permanent cosmetic tattooing procedure that involves depositing pigment into the scalp to create the appearance of hair follicles. The longevity of the treatment depends on various factors, such as the quality of the pigments used, the depth of penetration of the needle, the skill of the practitioner, and the aftercare of your client.
When is done correctly and with high-quality pigments, it can last 4 to 6 years before requiring touch-ups. However, the duration of the treatment can vary depending on individual factors such as the person's skin type, exposure to sunlight, and the level of physical activity.
To achieve the best results, you can use Quantum PMU deep black pigments. This color does not fade to blue, which can occur with other black pigments, and it also tends to last longer than other colors. However, the choice of pigment color depends on the client's natural hair color and skin tone, and the practitioner should consider these factors when choosing the appropriate pigment for the treatment.