Hair Pigmentation

Hair Pigmentation

Hair Pigmentation

Camouflage the balding areas of your scalp with hair pigmentation.

Hair pigmentation or restorative pigmentation is a permanent makeup of the skin of the scalp that simulates a regrowth of hair. This technique reduces the appearance of bald areas of the scalp and is often a solution to hair transplants whose results have not lived up to expectations. Practiced in both men and women, hair pigmentation provides very natural results and allows people with baldness or alopecia to regain their self-esteem and self-confidence.

Académie EB offers innovative treatments in hair pigmentation

Académie EB is recognized for its great expertise in non-invasive aesthetical care. Our professionals are on the lookout for new trends and techniques available on the market and follow many trainings throughout the world.

Each hair pigmentation treatment is preceded by a consultation that allows us to identify your needs and analyze your situation. We are committed in taking the time to answer all of your questions.

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Hair pigmentation techniques

In terms of hair pigmentation, we have developed the technique named Hair ink EB which consists in implanting in the scalp pigments using a roller equipped with small needles and also using a single needle device (dermograph).

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Many individuals have trusted us with their scalp

J’ai fait le microblading avec Émilie et j’adore ça! C’est super beau. Céline, Émilie et la réceptionniste était toutes très professionnels et super gentilles!

Andréanne Laflamme

J'ai réussi mon cours de Micro pigmentation grâce à Céline! J'ai trop hâte pour faire mon cours de maquillage permanent!

Jade Simard Varin

Wow et encore wow! Avec plusieurs craintes concernant le maquillage permanent, j’ai eu la chance de rencontrer Céline à l’Académie EB qui a sue me mettre en confiance avec son professionnalisme et sa passion! Aujourd’hui je n’ai que de beau compliment sur la qualité et la beauté de mes sourcils et yeux! Je vous la recommande sans hésitations! Un gros merci.

Annie Chiasson

Some information to enlighten you

How many treatments are required for hair pigmentation?

Depending on the extent of the area, 3 or 4 treatments are required. The treatments are spaced 3 to 4 weeks apart to allow time for the scalp to heal well.

What is the cost for hair pigmentation?

Hair pigmentation is available at an hourly rate of $ 175. We also offer cheaper rates when you purchase a block of hours. A session lasts 2 to 3 hours and a complete treatment usually requires 3 to 4 visits.

It is possible to finance your care with Desjardins Accord D Financing. Ask your technician or contact us for more information.

What is the lifespan of hair pigmentation?

The lifespan of hair pigmentation varies with skin types, pigment color, lifestyle, and sun exposure. In general, it is recommended to retouch the pigmentation after 2 or 3 years.

Is hair pigmentation painful?

The procedure is infact uncomfortable because the skin of the scalp is relatively thin. To increase comfort, we use an anesthetic cream. In general, the pain subsides during treatment.

What are the steps of a hair pigmentation appointment?

We welcome you come for an initial free consultation to answer any inquiries, assess your needs, determine if you are a good candidate and how many treatments will be required. We will choose with you the pigment necessary for the coloring of your scalp.

When you present yourself for your first hair pigmentation appointment, you will need to fill out a consent form and answer questions about your health. We will start the treatment by applying an anesthetic cream. After 30 minutes, we will proceed to the implantation of the pigments.

A full appointment lasts about 2 to 3 hours.

What are the recommendations after hair pigmentation?

You will probably have redness during the first hour after your treatment, but you can go about your business the same day. A post treatment sheet will be handed to you that explains the care to be followed during the following days.