Scalp micropigmentation

Receive the best scalp micro-pigmentation experience in Montreal and Laval. From an in-depth consultation to high-quality results and realism. Our scalp micro-pigmentation experts take their time to replicate natural-looking hair follicles according to your specific hairstyle and type of hair loss.

What is Scalp micropigmentation

Scalp micro pigmentation has become the first choice in hair loss restoration treatments. It is a non-invasive and pain-free alternative to hair transplants. Using micro-pigmentation techniques, we can replace hair follicles using pigments (natural ink). Each session, a micro-pigmentation specialist injects a layer of hair impressions over the entire treated area (similar to permanent makeup). After 3 or 4 sessions, this process creates a full head of hair (shaved look) or can eliminate the look of thin spots and thinning hair.

Benefits of SMP

Scalp micro pigmentation is innovative and safe with zero risks. It is a pain-free and surgery-free alternative to traditional hair replacement methods such as transplants and hair grafts. Eliminate the look of baldness or thinning hair in a little one quick appointment. 

Top-rated client satisfaction

Best Natural results in Canada

No downtime or pain

Get instantaneous results

Rid of hair-thin spots

Rid of baldness and hair loss

Add density to moustache or beard

Add density to thinning hair


Scalp micropigmentation near me

Scalp micropigmentation cost

600 $ / session

We recommend 2-3 sessions (conditions apply)

Micropigmentation for men and women

Micropigmentation experience

  1. Meet with a specialist
  2. get a free hair consultation
  3. Get the best Price analysis
  4. Schedule your treatment
  5. Start your micro-pigmentation
  6. Receive after-support
  7. Get recommendation
  8. Get your confidence back

What does it feel like?

Our treatment is non-invasive and pain-free. Our experts use the finest micro pigmentation tools on the market, allowing you to experience the most comfortable and easy hair pigmentation experience in Canada.

preparing for scalp micro treatments

We ask that you come to your hair replacement appointment with your preferred hairstyle and a washed scalp. If you are almost completely bald, you must shave your hair using a trimmer (under 1 cm long). If you only have thin spots, come with your expected look in the future to match your style while reducing the appearance of hair loss.

Micropigmentation Aftercare

After your treatment, you should avoid heavy sweating and shampooing your hair. You can rinse with water only for 3 days and then return to your normal activities. Although there is no risk of infection, avoid touching your scalp. You should avoid exercise for 7 days as well. More aftercare information here.

micropigmentation for Alopecia

Alopecia areata is a rare type of spot baldness that affects the entire scalp and not just some spots. The causes of alopecia disorders include stress, radiotherapy, chemotherapy, excessive consumption of drugs or iron deficiency.

Micropigmentation for Thinning hair

For hair that is thinning out, the same process of hair pigmentation is applied. In this case, the objective is to provide density and fullness to your thinning hair. Due to the hair falling, bald spots on the scalp begins to shine through. Scalp pigmentation provides a baldness cure by removing that contrast and reproduce the look of fullness.

Hair transplant gone wrong

Besides simulating a shaved head effect and adding hair density, this hair restoration method is used to complement hair transplant. By filling the spaces between hair grafts, we can create instant results and enhance your hair grafts without additional surgery.

Scars and hair defects

Skin pigmentation treatments also make it possible to hide the scars on the scalp and body. For example, men’s hair transplants may cause multiple scarring in the donor areas. The Scalp microtechnique will camouflage scars by replacing the hair in that area.

Male or female hair loss

In most cases, hair loss shows up in the front and then spreads towards the back. This type of baldness is usually hereditary. Hair loss can appear in both men and women and can be caused by hormones, the environment and friction.

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