Scalp Micropigmentation

What is Scalp Micropigmentation?

Scalp Micropigmentation (SMP) also known as Medical Hairline Tattoo (MHT), Hair Loss Tattoo or simply Scalp Tattoo is the ideal way to enhance your hairline or restore the appearance of hair without surgery.

Scalp Micropigmentation is a hair loss treatment, which creates the effect of hair follicle. If you’ve experienced hair loss from injury or an operation, including donor sites after hair transplant surgery, these treatments could help. They address hair thinning in women and men, giving the illusion of stubble or appearance of denser hair line – and they’re suitable for treating complete hair loss due to alopecia or trichotillomania.

Scalp Micropigmentation


Without splitting hairs, we believe that scalp micropigmentation is the best solution in the world right now for male hair loss. Call it what you want – male pattern baldness, androgenetic alopecia or diffuse thinning – the fact is that you’re losing your hair and you want to do something about it. Scalp Micropigmentation could be the solution for you.

If you have considered options like hair restoration surgery, hair systems, wigs or concealers, stop and think for a moment. Do you really want a lifetime of worrying about how your transplant is holding up, or when you’ll need your next one? Do you want to rely on temporary cover-ups that you glue or shake on to your head?

Scalp micropigmentation offers a stylish, modern look that lasts without any of the drawbacks of these other options.


This is the perfect procedure for women who are thinning because we create an under layer which conceals these areas and creates an illusion of thicker hair.

Scalp micropigmentation not only gives the illusion of a full head of hair, but can help to stimulate new growth. The repetition of insertions to the dermal layer of skin has been known to renew hair follicles.

Scalp micropigmentation, otherwise known as SMP, is perfect for women who are thinning on the top and crown area of their head. It is also solution for clients with alopecia, who wanted to avoid dealing with constant spot balding as the treatment can cover the whole surface of the scalp.

The needs of each client are unique, however, rest assured that although scalp micropigmentation was originally developed for men, it is now becoming increasingly more popular with women too.

If you want to do something about your hair loss, scalp micropigmentation may provide the answer.

Trained by Matthew Lulo from NY in 2016 at FT
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The first step is to book a consultation where we can discuss the desired outcome. I can then inform you of the likely price and number of treatments required before proceeding to book you in for the treatment at a date that is convenient to you.

The application of scalp micropigmentation is usually quite painless. There may be a little discomfort in more sensitive regions like the temples, but most people report only very mild sensitivity during their procedure.

When implanting our inks, we match the hair perfectly, then go one shade darker. This creates a shadow illusion to get the ‘full head of hair’ look that is desired. Going through the areas of thin hair, we go denser to reduce any contrast in shade between the colour of the natural hair and the colour of the scalp to provide the maximum illusion of hair density.

This treatment usually requires 3 to 4 sessions to achieve the desired result and these procedures are generally completed within 14 days of each other.


Your quoted price will be fully inclusive of VAT and there are no hidden fees. You will receive a minimum of two sessions and we won’t stop until we are both happy with the final look.

For peace of mind you will also have twelve months from your last session in which you can come back for adjustments.

Full written quotation will be provided following either a face-to-face or online consultation. Consultation fee is £30. Deposit cost from £100 – £300 will be fully deducted from the total of the price.

Prices starting from £250 per hour. Usually 3-4 sessions (2h each) might be required.



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