SMP for Balding

with Multi Award Winning Master Artist Paul Clark

The aim of Scalp Micropigmentation (SMP) is to disguise hair loss and restore hair confidence by delicately implanting single ‘impressions’ into the surface of the scalp. Every single implantation is deposited to re-create a natural looking head of hair, for a full head shaved look.

How Can Scalp Micropigmentation Help Me?

Scalp Micropigmentation (SMP) presents a transformative solution for individuals dealing with advanced stages of male pattern baldness, offering a renewed sense of confidence and self-esteem.

Unlike many other hair loss treatments, SMP stands out as a non-surgical approach, making it an attractive option for those who are hesitant about undergoing invasive surgical procedures. One of the most appealing aspects of SMP is its ability to deliver instant results. During an SMP session your skilled artist, Paul Clark, uses specialized pigments which are carefully deposited into the scalp to create the appearance of tiny hair follicles, effectively concealing bald spots and receding hairlines. This immediate transformation can be a game-changer for individuals looking to boost their self-image without the lengthy recovery periods associated with surgical interventions.

The Different Hair Lines


In 2010, Paul revolutionized the SMP industry by introducing groundbreaking hairline techniques that marked a departure from the conventional, artificial look. Prior to Paul’s influence, everyone adhered to a uniform, unnatural edge-up appearance.

Leveraging his extensive background in art, Paul was determined to usher in a new era of realism. The straight, uniform hairlines were replaced with a more authentic and nuanced finish, reflecting Paul’s commitment to pushing the boundaries of SMP aesthetics.

The introduction of Paul’s inaugural creation, the jagged hairline in 2010, disrupted the SMP landscape. For the first time, clients in the SMP world could achieve a remarkably natural appearance. However, Paul’s creative journey didn’t end there. Fueled by boundless passion and dedication to the world of SMP, he continued to innovate, crafting additional natural hairline designs.

Today, Paul stands as the epitome of SMP realism and hairline design mastery. His influence extends globally, attracting individuals from all corners of the world who seek to experience the groundbreaking techniques that have become synonymous with his name.

The shadow hairline is for clients for a hyper soft finish and gives the illusion that the clients hair has thinned out but has kept most of the hair. This look is for people that still want signs of hair loss but holding onto some signs of density. 

The feathered hairline suits clients looking for a more mature finish. This hairline has a great softness transition onto the forehead giving the effect of hair starting to thin out and starting to recede.

Jagged hairline texture is for clients looking for a natural, fuller and denser look. This gives the illusion that the client has a head full of hair with a natural hairline. 

The hybrid is a mixture of both jagged and feathered. It has small pockets of thinning texture within the hairline giving it the idea that hair thinning has started to happen.

Treatment Overview

Treatment Duration

2-6 hours

No. of Sessions

3-5

Results

Immediate

Results Duration

2-5 Years

Full Recovery

10 Days

Downtime

None

Frequently Asked Questions

Absolutely, the choice of your hairline is a crucial part of the Scalp Micropigmentation process. During the consultation, our experts work with you to design a hairline that suits your facial structure, age, and personal preferences.

Whether you desire a subtle change or a more defined hairline, we ensure the results align with your expectations.

The answer is NO. Scalp Micropigmentation is different than a traditional tattoo, with different techniques, equipment and pigments used.

Completed treatments will last for 2-5 years and then require a “top-up” to keep the SMP looking fresh. Factors that can impact SMP fading can include differing skin types (oily/dry) and how these respond to environmental and individual factors such as exposure to UV and/or sun damage, age & your general health.

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