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Converting Leads to Clients: SMP Consultation Mastery

A 7-Day Asynchronous Workshop Tailored for SMP Professionals

Welcome to 'Converting Leads to Clients,' a unique workshop designed specifically for Scalp Micropigmentation professionals. Over seven days, this asynchronous program will empower you with the skills to conduct effective consultations, understand client needs, and successfully convert inquiries into loyal clients.


Key Benefits


SMP-Focused Curriculum

Content specifically tailored to the unique consultation needs in the SMP industry.


Real-World Applications

Learn techniques that directly apply to your SMP practice.


Flexible Learning

Access course materials at your convenience, ideal for busy professionals.


Networking with SMP Peers

Connect and share experiences with other SMP professionals in an exclusive online community.


5 Lessons in 7 Days

SMP Consultation Mastery


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  • How long does SMP last?
    The process is semi-permanent and lasts about 3-5 years on average.
  • What is the cost?
    Everyone's severity and classification of hair loss is different. Each client is evaluated on a case by case basis and pricing options are given after a Consultation is conducted. At that time you will have an opportunity to discuss your preferences, styling options, and your overall objectives. Client consultations are FREE about 30 minutes and can be in person or via Zoom. Book now here
  • Does SMP Hurt?
    In a survey conducted with clients, the average level of pain is a 3 out of 10.
  • Are there risks?
    SMP carries a similar risk to tattooing because it involves a needle that penetrates the skin. We take all precautions and measures to ensure the health and safety of our clients.
  • Is there any down time?
    No, results are immediate. The will be some initial redness after the treatment however, it will dissipate in a couple hours.
  • How long does the scalp take to fully heal after the procedure?
    Usually, your pigment should be fully settled within 2-4 weeks after your procedure.
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