from business to power-brand
jeff picasso & masoud noory
World class artists Jeff Picasso and Masoud Noory head Leaders SMP, one of the most prolific scalp micropigmentation training academies in the business. Through partnerships with Toni & Guy and Aveda, the team understand brands, and what it takes to turn a business into an iconic destination for SMP.
Kate Dawes has over 30 years’ experience in the hair industry, is one of four registered trichologists in Western Australia and the longest practicing practitioner of micropigmentation in Perth. Kate runs a Facebook group called SMP Trichology, sharing her unrivalled knowledge of skin anatomy with current and aspiring technicians.
building a sustainable smp business
bradley lewis & michal muszynski
Hairline Ink co-Founder Bradley Lewis and Lead Technician Michal Muszynski have forged a different path in the growth of their business. Largely shunning popularity and even social media, Hairline Ink is built on sustainable growth and effective process. Bradley and Michal share an insight into their organic approach to business development, even in this highly competitive industry.
striving for perfection
ollie hughes & marc allen
Two of the UK’s most talented technicians, London duo Ollie Hughes of Appear Natural and Marc Allen of Creative Scalps discuss the techniques they use to produce some of the most realistic hairlines and blended pigmentations we’ve ever seen. A must for any technician looking to master their technique.
the evolution of smp
bart verbeeck & sabine dillen
Bart and Sabine head Prohairclinic, one of the longest established SMP clinics, having completed thousands of tricopigmentation procedures over a period of nearly 10 years. Bart and Sabine discuss what has changed in SMP during their tenure, and what they believe the future holds for our industry.
winning customers in developing markets
caitlin james, renata pruszewski & carlos montes
Under-developed SMP markets present a different set of challenges and require an alternative approach. These three highly experienced artists from Australia, Canada and Puerto Rico share their experiences as they battle a lack of awareness and widespread misinformation on their home turf.