What is Scalp MicroPigmentation?
Scalp MicroPigmentation, or SMP as it is commonly known, is not just a regular hair tattoo but a highly specialized process during which tiny deposits of pigment are positioned within the dermal layer of the skin. When applied by a skilled practitioner, these deposits replicate the look of real shaven hair. Our SMP treatments are as flexible as you need them to be. Typically our clients are able to specify the shape of their frontal hairline and side profiles, request a defined or super-soft “broken” hairline, opt for a more receded look or use lighter pigments for a softer look overall. SMP is intended to create the style you always wanted, and our practitioners are fully trained to cater for all requirements including treatments for white, Hispanic, black and Asian skin tones.
What is the process?
All clients are invited to participate in a free consultation session with a member of our team. In most cases these consultations are conducted face to face, for clients overseas , consultations can be completed via email or Skype if preferred. During your consultation you have the opportunity to ask as many questions as you desire, and advice will be provided that is specific to your own individual circumstances. It is important to note that your consultation is completely without obligation, and is conducted in a friendly, informal manner at all times. Should you choose to proceed with treatment, either at the end of your consultation or when you have had time to consider your options, we will arrange mutually suitable dates, times and locations for your treatment sessions. The majority of treatments are completed within 2-3 sessions, however additional sessions may be required depending on your circumstances. All quotations are fixed, therefore if more sessions are needed than originally anticipated, no additional fee is payable.
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