Meet Our Expert
Since beginning my journey in this field, my dedication to the work and motivation to grow have led me to exceptional projects and experiences. I’m grateful for a profession
I’m passionate about, and am proud to share examples of my greatest work. Take a moment to check out my portfolio, and get in touch with any questions.
TO BECOMING THE BEST
TATTOO ARTIST IN YOUR FIELD
A Guide By Sintia Magana
Here’s a long but important sentence: the purpose of rules and regulations is to establish reasonable standards for individuals performing tattoo procedures and for the facilities to follow standards that ensure the health and safety of all individuals performing and receiving these services. This sentence is crucial to understand!
TYPES OF SCALP MICROPIGMENTATION TREATMENTS
Scalp Micropigmentation can be used to treat many different forms of hair loss. This flexibility of use gives long term sufferers of conditions such as alopecia the opportunity to take back the hairline that they have lost. Confidence is a key contributor to the well being of an individual and for those who feel the loss of their hair, SMP is a great solution.
SMP For Men
SMP For WoMen
WHAT CUSTOMERS SAY
SMP For Men
Scalp MicroPigmentation is a procedure that is gaining exposure on a national and international level. It is a form of a tattoo but very different in its execution and also the final results. It entails the use of very specialized needle and ink to create the look of hair follicle on the scalp, creating a natural buzzed cut look.
The main benefit of the procedure is to give the illusion of hair follicle replication without having to go under the knife for an expensive, invasive surgery.
While some refer to this as a “hair tattoo,” it is much more advanced, permanent, non-invasive, affordable alternative than surgery.
SMP For WoMen
Originally developed as a treatment for men, scalp micropigmentation is now used to treat thousands of women worldwide who are experiencing some kind of ongoing hair loss.
Women lose hair for a variety of reasons. Often it’s a hormonal imbalance which can manifest itself as a long term problem, although there are many shorter term causes too. A recent pregnancy is a common cause, referred to as postpartum hair loss, or hair loss can be traced back to a reaction to certain medications.
Skin or scar camouflage is tattooing of the skin with different colors of flesh tone pigments. It’s purpose is to disguise a scar or skin area that is missing pigment or color.
It is a specialized area of permanent cosmetics that falls under the category of Medical or Paramedical Tattooing. This process is also called Corrective Pigment Camouflage (CPC), Corrective Camouflage, Skin Re-Pigmentation, Scar Camouflage, Skin Camouflage, Camouflage Tattooing, and Skin Color Tattooing.
Alopecia can occur in both men and women. Whether alopecia manifests as male pattern baldness, patchy bald spots or hair loss on the sides and lower back of the head, the effects can be handled with hair loss treatments like Scalp Micropigmentation.
With Scalp Micropigmentation, you can eliminate all signs of hair loss with a restored appearance of hair follicles resembling a fresh buzz cut.
Many women opt for Breast Restoration after mastectomy and as part of this process choose to have the nipple and areola created to complete the breast restoration process.
Our permanent Areola Micro Pigmentation techniques involve implanting custom color pigment into the dermal layer of the skin as a way to restore the natural beauty of your breasts. Areola Micro-Pigmentation provides color and definition – essentially a tattooing of the area – in order to simulate a nipple and areola.
If your tattoo has you feeling embarrassed or regretful you may be considering having it removed. LiFT is a safe and highly effective pigment lightening solution that can tackle any pigment color on any skin color.
LiFT is unique to other methods in that it uses a specialized formula of saline, salt and fruit extracts. When applied under the skin it lifts pigment out of the underlying tissues through a process known as Osmosis. Most of the pigment will be released in the following days through an external scab, however, some of the particles will be absorbed and irradiated throughout the body’s immune system.