DO YOU PROVIDE AFTERCARE?

Yes. To ensure the highest quality of treatment is offered,
a complimentary follow-up treatment is included. We want our clients to have the best result and so we make sure that you recover properly from the treatment.

HOW MUCH DOES THE PROCEDURE COST?

At Unyozi Beauty each client is unique and the price for scalp micropigmentation procedure varies depending on how much of the scalp needs to be treated and the type of look you desire. This will be determined during your initial free-consultation so the specialist can assess your specific case.

WHAT KIND OF TRAINING IS REQUIRED BY THE TECHNICIAN?

All of our Medical Micropigmentation treatments are conducted by fully qualified, certified and insured professionals with extensive experience.



Shirley Marin is a high-end Micropigmentation specialist and has both certificates for Cosmetic Tattooing and Micropigmentation and in Scalp Pigmentation. She has trained with three of the best qualified SMP artists worldwide in Scalp Micropigmentation. As a result, you can completely be assured that our specialists have international training using the highest-quality equipment and latest techniques in Scalp Micropigmentation.



Additionally, she began her journey in the beauty industry as a hair-stylist and her passion for beauty and details has only been nourished by her years of experience. Having a hairstylist background has empowered her career in the scalp micropigmentation.

CAN I HAVE SMP IF I HAVE ALREADY HAD HAIR TRANSPLANT?

Yes, SMP is an excellent procedure to camouflage scars from successful hair transplant and treat failed FUE or FUT (Hair Transplant Surgery). If you have had a hair transplant and wish to have scalp micropigmentation due to hair loss, we recommend a waiting period of a minimum of 6 months to one year.

WILL IT HURT?

No. It hurts much less than having a regular tattoo and certainly a lot less than a hair transplant. Sometimes you might feel a slight discomfort at the hairline and temples. Most clients rate the pain at a level not more than a 5 out of 10.

WHAT HAPPENS DURING THE SMP PROCEDURE?

Once you are completely happy with the hairline design, we will move forward with the procedure. Our SMP specialist will focus on the follicular hair size and density of your natural hair to ensure you receive a consistent appearance across the head in order to achieve natural results.

HOW DO I CHOOSE THE HAIRLINE?

There are limitless different hairlines you can choose from: defined, receded soft, peaked, faded, dusted and natural. During the consultation, the specialist will draw out a couple of hairlines and work with you to create a look based on your features and desired results.

HOW REAL SMP CAN LOOK?

SMP gives the illusion of a close buzz cut hairstyle on a bald head for men and adds density to disguise scalp shine caused by thinning hair creating the illusion of additional density. No one will notice that it is a cosmetic tattooing treatment. You can return to work the day after your procedure and people will think you look great.

WHAT CAN I EXPECT DURING THE CONSULTATION?

During the Scalp Micropigmentation consultation, our specialist will assess and analyze your hair growth to see if you are suitable candidate for the SMP treatment. Your treatment specialist will walk you through the procedure and healing stages. The consultation is important to help us understand the results you want to achieve and create a plan of action that’s right for you.

HOW MANY SESSIONS SHOULD I EXPECT?

Scalp micropigmentation should never be considered a single session treatment process. All SMP procedures require 3-4 sessions that are 7 – 14 days apart. After this, your treatment is complete. In most cases, we recommend considering touch-ups every 18-24 months just to keep your SMP looking it’s optimal. Alopecia clients will usually take 4-5 sessions.

HOW LONG DOES THE PROCEDURE TAKE?

Each session will take between 3-4 hours and requires a minimum of three sessions to achieve a great result. Generally, the hours per session vary depending on the area to be treated.