We make sure you are happy with your new drawn on hair line then we proceed with the treatment usually lasting between 2 to 5 hours.
Scalp micropigmentation also known as SMP is the best solution in the world right now for male and women hair loss. It is a technique that replicates the look of a follicle utilizing specific needles and pigments. We will match your natural hair color, this is customized to each client.
Scalp Micropigmentation is done in a minimum of 2-3 sessions which are scheduled 7 to 14 days apart.
SMP can be used for all skin types, male or female.
Call it what you want – male pattern baldness, androgenetic alopecia, diffuse thinning – the bottom line is that you’re losing your hair and you want to do something about it. Our Technique could be the answer you’ve been looking for.
You will get a complete assessment of your scalp, information about the procedure, and a professional suggestion to move forward. As with any procedure, taking those first steps can nerve-wracking. We understand this and want to make the process as simple as possible for our clients. Whether or not interested persons decide to go forward with our successful Scalp MicroPigmentation technique, we are committed to provide you with a consultation that will be beneficial for you.
A. FREE consultation and patch test if requested.
B. 1st Treatment, we make sure you are happy with your new drawn on hair line then we proceed with the treatment usually lasting between 2 to 5 hours.
C. 2nd Treatment, minimum one week after the first session lasting 1-4 hours where the color is gently perfected and the hairline refined.
D. 3rd Treatment, usually final, 3 to 5 weeks after the 2nd lasting 1-3 hours to perfect the shade and hair line for your perfect result.
The cost of your procedure depends on what you need. Ultimately it is decided by how many hours of session time you require, and that depends on any special requirements you may have.
The final price per person may vary and is dependent on the degree of hair loss and/or the size of the area to be treated.