SMP is a hair loss solution that adds pigment to the scalp resulting in the look of a short hair cut.
The realistic and natural results reflect my 30 plus years of experience as a Professional Barber.
Timothy McIntosh, Jr.
Timothy has been an industry professional over 30 years. Establishing Trust and Communication are his guiding principles, and continue govern his practice today.
The richness of our process leads to client satisfaction. Book a consultation today so we can discuss your options.
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What is Scalp Micropigmentation(SMP)?
SMP is the replication of hair follicles producing the look of a short Caesar style haircut, or added density in areas of hair loss. During the treatment sessions, tiny dots, or impressions are layered in a stippling style to create natural depth and the look of a short clipper cut. The procedure is semipermanent and lasts for about 3-5 years on average.
Before any procedure, a consultation is firmly required. Here, you will discuss the details of the procedure with your practitioner. This is a great time to mention any specifics that you want for your new look and anything the practitioner should know about such as your medical history, lifestyle, etc.
The ink is deployed through several sessions matching hair color and skin tone. In the first session, the ink may fade, given clients body chemistry, but richer tone and depth is noticed by the second, or third treatments, if necessary. SMP is a progressive process and is complete upon the clients and practitioners individual preference.
This procedure can create the illusion of natural hair for anyone who suffers from hair loss including cancer, Alopecia, Male/Female pattern baldness. Additional benefits include;
Increased density in thinning hair.
Non-surgical solution to hairloss
Like any procedure, there are risks involved. SMP carries a similar risk to tattooing because it involves a needle that penetrates the skin. Possibilities for infection are present.
It is also important to research a reliable SMP practitioner in order to make sure that your service is done properly and done safely.