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Tricopigmentation, The Shaved Effect

The shaved effect is one of the treatments offered by Pigmentalia and suitable for most clients. But when is it recommended or neccessary to choose this specific technique, as question asked by many of our clients. In this article we will try and explain you a bit more about this.

Shaved Effect - Scalp Micropigmentation - Tricopigmentation

The main objective of Scalp Micropigmentation is to achieve a natural look and for this reason, it is essential to know when a treatment for Densification Effect or a treatment for Shaved Effect is necessary.

The first step that the Technician in Tricopigmentation should follow is to explain to the client the necessity to have "shaved" hair, at least with a length of not more than 0.5 mm. This will be the case when the hair density of the client is not sufficient to have the Densification effect.

Here we can see an example from a real case of scalp micropigmentation with shaved effect.

In Scalp Micropigmentation, we simulate the effect of hair growth, creating an optical effect similar to when the hair reaches a length of between 0.1 mm and 0.5 mm. If the hair of the client surrounding the bald area exceeds these measures, the effect created with Scalp Micropigmentation will not reach the desired expectations as the tonality and visual appearance of the treated area and the natural area of the client will be completely different.

The Shaved Effect treatment can be applied to clients with a baldness level between 1 to 8 based on the Norwood Scale and the Specialist in Scalp Micropigmentation will be the person who recommends the client how to change or modify his look based on the style of the haircut.