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Scalp
Micropigmentation
(SMP) 

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WHAT IS Scalp Micropigmentation?

Scalp Micropigmentation, or SMP, is a non-surgical procedure of inserting organic based plant deposits through the dermal layer of the scalp. These pigment dots replicate hair follicles and blend in with client’s skin complexion. This gives the illusion of a fuller head of hair for both men and women with thin hair.

who is smp for?

Scalp Micropigmentation is a great option for people experiencing all forms of hair loss. This includes those with:

-Cancer

-Alopecia

-Thinning hair

-Male and female pattern baldness

What is the process?

The 1st session is used to lay the foundation of replicated hair follicles. After the first session, you will notice an immediate difference and a full look appearing.  This session is typically the longest session, averaging between 2-5 hours.

The 2nd and 3rd sessions are used to enhance the layers of density so it appears you have a full, short head of hair, and to eliminate any sign of hair loss. Most of the time is spent on blending into your existing hair for a seamless and natural look. Small changes can also be done in these sessions if needed.

Once the desired look is achieved, the results will last approximately 4-6 years before a touch-up is necessary.

How many sessions will I need?

Since results will vary from person to person, a consultation with our 2x master certified SMP practitioner Lindsay Terrill is the best way to ultimately determine how many sessions you will need. Typically a minimum of 2 to 3 sessions scheduled 10-14 days apart is necessary to achieve a complete look. 

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HAIRLINE BEFORE & AFTER SMP

2X MASTER CERTIFIED SMP PRACTITIONER LINDSAY TERRILL

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SMP FOR THINNING HAIR

Pricing

Pricing for SMP will vary - please schedule a complimentary consultation to get a quote

Call us at 360-521-0473 to book with us or click here to book online

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