Scalp Micropigmentation, or SMP, is a technique which helps create the appearance of tiny hair follicles, it is great for the following:

  • Male Pattern Baldness
  • Women’s hair loss
  • Alopecia
  • Adding density
  • Scar camouflages

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Having easily accessible consultations are is important to us at Lash Eyeland. With a consultation, we can introduce you to how Scalp MIcropigmentation works, and your specific situation. It also gives you a chance to give us an idea of your desired results, and we can inform you about pre-treatment protocols and expectations. 

You will also have the chance to have a technician draw a mock hairline on yourself, where you can discuss the best approach. We can also offer a general walkthrough helping you understand the process.

By the end of the consultation, we will be able to offer a quote for the work and payment/finance options can be discussed with no pressure. We want you to be as informed as possible, if you want to know more please get in touch.

What is Scalp Micropigmentation?

Scalp Micropigmentation is a procedure that involves using tiny micro-needles to tattoo the scalp. It gives the appearance of more prominent hair follicles on the scalp. This is a great option for those whose hair is thinning or receding, or even for those who are completely bold.

Does the Scalp Micropigmentation procedure hurt?

The procedure does involve minor discomfort, however, it is a lot lett painful than traditional tattoos. The discomfort depends on the client and their threshold. 

You shouldn’t experience any further discomfort after your session.


Do you have any questions? Please do not hesitate to contact us directly. We are happy to answer any questions or enquiries.


Scalp Micro Pigementation polices
  • All Clients are required to sign a release and consent form prior to the procedure. The consent form will be provided to you at the time of your consultation.
  • Do not consume alcohol 24 hours prior to your procedure
  • Blood thinners should not be taken prior to your procedure, including aspirin and ibuprofen