Hairline Microblading involves a manual hand held tool to create hair-like strokes which can be applied to your hair part, temples or full hairline to mimic your natural hair strands. We also offer a combination of both hairline microblading and scalp pigmentation techniques. These techniques can be used to fill in bald spots, hair thinning or hairline receding to add volume and density for immediate results. This treatment is effective for both men and women.

This process can be applied to the scalp also to reduce the contrast between the scalp skin and the remaining existing hair. 


Scalp Micropigmentation is the fastest growing solution for hair loss. It is a non-invasive procedure and is permanent. It is a camouflage hair loss solution for men and women. 

For most treatments on men, it involves replicating the appearance of shaven hair or a “buzz cut”. SMP is introduced by depositing thousands of tiny dots into the epidermis of the scalp to mimic hair follicles. Great for hiding the appearance of pattern baldness or even complete baldness.

For women, or for men who are not experiencing complete baldness and wish to keep their existing hair at a longer length, the process is applied to the scalp to reduce the contrast between the scalp skin and the remaining hair. 

The client usually requires 2-3 sessions of cosmetic pigmentation, each lasting approximately 2-3 hours, but time does vary depending on each individuals requirement. Those with bald heads will require longer sessions. The process is repeated until both the artist and client are satisfied with the results. 

From general balding to hairline recession, to surgery related hair loss or burns, and commonly alopecia areata. It can be utilized to conceal hair transplant scars or blemishes as a result of trauma to the head.

To book your consultation, please email clear photos of the area you would like to be treated. After we have reviewed your photos, a quote will be provided.

SCALP and/or HAIRLINE PIGMENTATION is not recommended for clients who are or have any of the following:

  • Pregnant or Nursing
  • Diabetic
  • Undergoing Chemotherapy (consult your doctor)
  • Viral infections (diseases such as Shingles, psoriasis or eczema on the area of treatment)
  • Had an organ transplant
  • Epilepsy
  • Allergies to makeup
  • Keloid disorder, HIV/Hepatitis, skin cancer, hemophilia, steroids.
  • Sick with a cold flu like a virus
  • Used Accutane in the past 6 months