SMP For Men

Concealing your FUE or FUT scar camouflage is now possible with scalp micropigmentation.

A Modern Solution To Hair Loss

SMP For Man(Scalp Micro Pigmentation) SPM for men is a procedure that is gaining exposure on a national and international level. It is a form of a tattoo but very different in its execution and also the final results.

It entails the use of very specialized needle and ink to create the look of hair follicle on the scalp, creating a natural buzzed cut look.

The main benefit of the procedure is to give the illusion of hair follicle replication without having to go under the knife for an expensive, invasive surgery.

While some refer to this as a “hair tattoo,” it is much more 

advanced, permanent, non-invasive, affordable alternative than surgery.

It requires 3 sessions to fully complete the procedure. The first session is the foundation where your entire scalp is treated, and then 7-10 days later a second session to enhance the first, then final session to fine tune the things.

Each procedure is specifically catered to each clients need. Again, the procedure is permanent, requiring touchups to freshen it every 3-4 years.

What Happens?

3 Sessions Of Life Changing Treatments

We will explain this process to you during the consultation and we are always available to you to answer any questions. A great client is one that is well informed and so we are very forthcoming with information and are very transparent during the entire process.


This session can be done in person, via skype or simply sending pictures of your scalp. It is free and during this session we seek to understand your concerns and discuss how we can best help you. Time spent is about 30 minutes.

Session 1 – Life Changer

This main session ranges from 3-4 hours depending on the procedure. 70-80% of results is achieved at this session. This session brings about a feeling of exhilaration

Session 2 – Enhancer

1 – 2 weeks after 1st session has healed, 1-2 hours can be spent enhancing and further blending the procedure to fit every aspect of your style, taking in your feedback. This is one of the most eye popping session because the procedure is enhanced even further from the first session. It is a total WOW moment because the customer cannot believe that just how better it even looks from the first session.

Session 3 – Touch Up

This is the last session, usually lasting for about an hour where we spend time examine everything and making any last minute minor adjustments. A dot here or there.

SMP Care Instructions

Look After Your Treatment The Right Way
Do Your Part!

Please follow the aftercare scalp micropigmentation instructions below. Clients often underestimate the importance of these SMP Precare and Aftercare Instructions. The skin is full of tiny punctures and avoiding color loss is the objective for the best SMP healed results.

SMP Precare Instructions

Please follow the Precare instructions to prepare your scalp for optimal results.

Hair Preparation –

One week before your initial appointment, moisturize your scalp 3 to 4 times a day in the areas that will be pigmented. This will ensure your scalp is in the best possible condition and hydrated which will allow the pigment to be properly absorbed. If your skin is oily then do not moisturize. Too much oil in the skin is just as bad as the skin being too dry.

One week before change to a gentle, non-abrasive shampoo.
Shave your head with a razor blade 2 or 3 days before your procedure or If you use clippers choose a size #0 guard the day of your procedure.

Do Not use a razor on your scalp within 24 hours of the scheduled procedure. It is critical that we see all natural hair in order to properly blend the hair follicles.

Do Not take Fish Oil or Aspirin 1 week before unless prescribed by a doctor.

Do Not tan. Avoid direct sunlight to avoid burning and peeling of the skin.

Do Not drink alcohol or consume drugs 48 hours before your procedure.

Do Not wear any hair pieces the week before.

SMP Aftercare Instructions

Redness and irritation are normal for 1 to 3 days.

A tiny wound is created in the skin when each microdot of pigment is applied. A scab heals over the wound, and eventually falls away. The scabbing process typically is 5 to 7 days, but for some it can last up to 14 days.

Do Not peel or pick at scabs. Let it fall off by itself. Do Not wet the scab to help it come off. Picking and pulling off skin that is not ready to be removed or come off will cause pigment loss and can pull out deeper tissue.

Do Not touch or rub the procedure area. Bacteria lives on the surface of your skin and can enter into your bloodstream and cause a bacterial infection. Keep It Clean!

Do Not expose the area to full pressure of the shower for at least 10 days. You do not want the water to beat on the pigmented area. The water will cause swelling and moisture and remove the scabs.

Do Not expose the procedure to direct sunlight. It can have an impact on the color and size of the replicated hair follicles.

Do Not apply styling products for at least 10 days.

Do Not use anything on your scalp that contains alcohol 10 days.

Do Not do any strenuous activity for a minimum of 10 days. You want to avoid sweating and swelling at all costs. Increased blood pressure and dilated blood vessels increases swelling and oozing. Sweat will expand your pores and this swells the tissues and allows the body to absorb more of the ink pigment. If you exercise and or sweat you can expect your results to fade significantly. Swelling and sweat fades ink!

Day 1-4

Take ibuprofen or your favorite pain reliever to reduce swelling and discomfort.

You may wear a hat outside, but it must be clean and loose-fitting. If you do wear a hat in the healing process you must allow the scalp to breathe properly so remove the hat every 30 minutes for the first 3 days.

Do Not use shampoo, water or soap.

Do Not sweat! No gym, No weight lifting, No cardio, No running.

Do Not shave the head

Day 5-6

You can take a light shower, light water pressure, and gently shampoo your scalp. Pat dry, do not rub.

You can sweat lightly. No gym, No weight lifting, No cardio, No running.

Do Not shave the head.

Day 7-9

There still may be scabs on your scalp. Apply moisturizer 2+ daily to prevent dryness and flaky skin. If you have oily skin then skip this step.

You can sweat lightly. No gym, No weight lifting, No cardio, No running.

Do Not shave the head.

Day 10+

This is the time you are probably considering shaving your head. Be careful of any scabs that might still be on your scalp. Only use an electric razor. You should wait 30 days before using a razor blade.

Note: Return to your normal regiment with the exceptions below:

  • Avoid direct sun exposure for 14 days.
  • Avoid saunas, chlorine pools, beach or salt water for 30 days.
  • Avoid swimming in fresh, salt, or chlorinated water for 30 days.
Aftercare Instructions (Long Term)

Do use sunscreen. Look for a water resistant, broad-spectrum coverage with an SPF of at least 30 on a daily basis to help preserve your color. The ultraviolet rays from the sun may damage the SMP pigments if no sunscreen is used over the course of many months or years. The end result would be fading and the need for a touch up.

Do Not use tanning beds. They can fade your SMP.


It is very unlikely that you will have an adverse reaction to SMP. Excessive redness, excessive swelling, purulent drainage and or pain is radiating beyond the site of the tattoo, then it can be a sign of infection.

If you experience any itching, swelling, blistering or any other complications post procedure. Please contact a medical provider first, and the call us, if you think you may have a possible infection.


Fever is a symptom of an underlying condition, which is most often an infection. Please contact a medical provider first, and then call us, if you think you may have a possible infection.

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Scalp Micropigmentation (SMP) for men

This transformative solution provides a lasting and natural-looking remedy for balding or thinning hair in men, offering renewed confidence and a contemporary approach to hair restoration

Scalp Micropigmentation (SMP) is a cutting-edge cosmetic procedure specifically designed for men dealing with hair loss. Using micro-needles and specialized pigments, SMP replicates the appearance of hair follicles on the scalp, providing a natural and effective solution for balding or thinning hair.

SMP involves the application of pigments at the epidermal level of the scalp. Skilled practitioners strategically create tiny, realistic dots that mimic the look of hair follicles, giving the illusion of a closely-shaved head or denser hair.

While SMP is considered semi-permanent, the results can last for several years. Periodic touch-ups may be required to maintain the desired look, and the longevity can vary based on individual factors.

Generally, the discomfort associated with SMP is minimal. Most clients report only mild sensations, similar to a light sunburn. Topical numbing agents are often used to ensure a comfortable experience during the procedure.

Yes, SMP is versatile and effective for various types of hair loss, including male pattern baldness, receding hairlines, thinning hair, and even concealing scars from previous hair transplant surgeries

SMP requires minimal downtime. Clients can typically resume their regular activities immediately after the procedure. However, it’s recommended to avoid strenuous activities, excessive sweating, and sun exposure for a short period to facilitate optimal healing.
transplant surgeries

When performed by experienced practitioners, SMP yields incredibly natural-looking results. The pigments are carefully matched to your existing hair color, and the density is customized to create a seamless, realistic appearance that enhances your overall look.

Absolutely. SMP is an effective solution for camouflaging patches of alopecia and concealing scars, providing a uniform and natural look. The procedure can significantly improve the appearance of scarred areas on the scalp.

Yes, SMP is suitable for a variety of skin tones and types. Experienced practitioners can adjust the pigment color and technique to achieve optimal results for individuals with different skin tones.


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