Choosing Scalp Micro PIgmentation Artist?

There are many things to take into consideration when choosing a scalp micro pigmentation artist. Today we are going to discuss a few of the more important ones.

First and foremost you want to make sure that the artist you will be potentially working with is registered or licensed with local governing bodies such as the health department. While requirements vary from state to state almost all states require that individuals performing micro pigmentation be trained and tested in preventive procedures to reduce the risks of transmitting bloodborne pathogens to or from clients by way of contaminated equipment or surfaces. Ask your artist if you can see their certification or card proving they have had this training. Also, ask to see their procedure room. Does it look clean and sterile? Is it tidy? Is there protective equipment readily available? All of these are very important to ensure your procedure is as clean and sterile as possible, reducing the possibility of an infection or complications following the procedure.

Ask to see examples of their work. Most artists will work with friends and family while training or apprenticing to build a portfolio of work. Look for examples that most closely relate to the procedure you are consulting for. If you feel good about their work to make sure that you and your artist both have a clear understanding of the procedure and expected results. Every artist is different and therefore every procedure is a little different. Find an artist that uses a technique that will yield the results you are looking for.

Last but not least, try to get to know your artist. Micro-pigmentation sessions can last as long as 4 hours and procedures can sometimes take up to four or more sessions. This is a person that you are going to be spending a considerable amount of time within very close proximity. Make sure that the artist you decide to work with is someone that you are comfortable with. This will make your sessions much more pleasant. Also, never let an artist use scare tactics to talk you into a sale. Some people will tell you other artists aren’t as good as they are or that other artists will do a poor job on your scalp. Beware of these types of business. They are usually more about getting your money than creating a positive experience for you. At the end of the day, any artist that has been properly trained and has a portfolio of favorable work to show you would be the safe choice. It just boils down to who you are most comfortable working with. So, if you are choosing scalp micro pigmentation artist in Las Vegas, contact us today!