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Malcolm has many years of international experience. He started off as a tattoo artist and is well known in the field. Six years ago, he became aware of the increasing demand for his craft in the field of beauty and aesthetics. Apart from permanent lip-liner, eye-liner and eyebrows, he began using Scalp Micropigmentation (SMP) to help balding men and women create the appearance of a full head of hair.


SMP is a technique that involves very small amounts of pigment being deposited under the skin into the dermis where the hair loss has occurred. This creates the illusion of many healthy hair follicles over the affected area.

The subdermal micropigmentation hair loss treatment for baldness is a relatively new procedure, but it has fast become extremely popular and well respected worldwide as one of the most natural looking and hassle free treatments available.
The procedure can be touched up in years to come, with more pigment replacing dead follicles.

Scars, blemishes, birthmarks and burns can also be hidden with this procedure.

Subdermal Micropigmentation is the process of replicating the appearance of shaven hair, by introducing thousands of tiny pigment deposits into the epidermis of the scalp. When placed by a skilled technician, the recipient appears as if they have a full head of hair, shaved to a very short length.

Without a doubt, Subdermal Micropigmentation is the fastest growing solution for male hair loss in recent history. It is non-invasive, has universal appeal and is permanent, but only if you want it to be. Furthermore, it remains the only permanent hair loss fix to offer instantaneous, guaranteed results.

Numerous terms are used to describe this process. These terms include scalp pigmentation, micro scalp pigmentation (MSP), SMP, hair follicle replication, micropigmentation and hair tattooing. Please note that all these terms refer to the same basic SMP technique.

Scalp Micropigmentation is NOT a ‘Tattoo’

Scalp Micropigmentation is a specialized skill and should not be confused with “tattooing”, even though it is also known as a medical hair tattoo or head tattoo.

Over the years Malcolm has developed the necessary skills through research and by studying cutting edge techniques in this field.

Also, he uses only the best quality pigments and precision needles for optimum results and his clients’ satisfaction.

Malcolm’s concerns are with the lack of knowledge and poor results given by certain local operators who pose as so called SMP ‘technicians’. Experience in this field is crucial. Malcolm takes great care with this delicate skill.

He offers a safe micropigmentation process on the skin of the scalp, giving the subtle effect of still having your own hair. He knows that his many years of experience in the industry has proven to be invaluable for perfecting this technique.

Many of Malcolm’s clients had resigned themselves to the fact that they would be bald for the rest of their lives, but were so amazed to see the effect of this life changing technique that really works.

He always takes immense pleasure in seeing the joy and satisfaction of his clients after a job well done and how life changing SMP can be for those suffering hair loss.

Skill, Experience and Quality are Key

A successful scalp procedure relies on an accurate appearance of hair follicles. Pigments that do not blend well with surrounding natural hair follicles – for example deposits that are larger or darker – can cause the treatment looking unnatural and obvious to others.

When contacting a SMP specialist, make sure of 4 factors:

  1. Experience. The assistance of an experienced, adequately trained and skilled technician regarding the style, specifics and subtleties of each individual treatment will ensure that the client leaves the clinic with natural looking ‘hair’ each and every time.

  2. Quality. In addition to this, the best quality inks, needles and equipment specifically made for Subdermal Micropigmentation should be used to ensure consistency and lasting results.

  3. Good Reviews. Also, when contracting a Scalp Micropigmentation Specialist, make sure they are well reviewed by past clients.

  4. They care. There are many so called specialists out there trying to make a quick buck. Make sure the SMP specialist is someone you resonate with, that they are caring, dedicated, responsible and guarantee a 100% successful result for you, the client.

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