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Welcome to Crown SMP

Scalp Micropigmentation (SMP), also known as a hair tattoo, is a non-surgical hair loss treatment where tiny dots of a special pigment are applied to the scalp to resemble a hair follicle. The pigments are designed to either blend in with your existing hair to create the appearance of thicker hair,
or if you’re completely bald they can give the appearance of a full head of shaved hair.

SMP can help both men and women overcome their hair loss struggles in a variety of ways. The most common are through:

Restoring receded hairlines | Creating natural-looking density amongst existing hair | Camouflaging scars, particularly those left from hair transplants | Narrowing a wide hair part

One of the major benefits of a hair tattoo is that it’s non-invasive, meaning there’s no scarring or down time; you walk in and out the same day with immediate results!

Leanne Durrant

Passionate about the importance of helping people feel like their best selves, along with artistic skill in creating a natural appearance.

Specialising in:

  • Core fundamentals of Scalp Micro-pigmentation.
  • Covid safe & Infection Control certification.
  • Anatomy & physiology of the hair and skin.
  • Core fundamentals of Permanent Make-up.
  • Colour theory techniques.

U.K. trained by the leading internationally recognised Scalp Culture

20+ years background as a beauty therapist
Permanent Make-up trained by Ruby Red Training Academy, U.K.
COMING SOON! Semi-Permanent Make-Up: *Powder Brow | *Lip Blush

Past work examples


Why do people choose SMP? People that suffer from…

Male and female pattern baldness | Thinning of the hair | Alopecia | Scars
Cancer patients, providing the bridge between hair loss and regrowth

Is it painful?

While most people do not find SMP painful, there is a level of discomfort felt during the procedure, however everyone has different pain thresholds.

The live of any discomfort would be a three out of ten at most – with 10 being very painful, and 10 being very painful, and 1 being not painful at all. Some clients have also been known to fall asleep during a procedure.

How is it done?

SMP is done by a specially designed machine, that gently implants coloured pigments into the first layer of skin, to create a soft and natural look.

This is completed in 2-3 sessions, and can last up to five years!

How does it heal?

The goal with Scalp Micropigmentation is always NATURAL! The aim is to create realistic looking results… from hairline, to hair density.

The pigmantation is stable, and will not change colour over time!

What is SMP?
Scalp Micropigmentation, sometimes shortened to ‘SMP’ is a noninvasive way to restore the look of hair follicles on the scalp, to give a fuller and thicker appearance, or the look of a cleanly shaved head.

The goal of SMP isn’t to create hairlike lines as you would when micro blading eyebrows, but instead to use tiny, layered dots in different hues of black to replicate the look of a shadow on your scalp. This style, referred to as pointillism, is done to create natural-looking depth and definition.

A skilled practitioner will work to ensure the dots look like a natural hair follicle and blend in seamlessly with your complexion.

This process may be useful for people who experience all forms of hair loss. This includes folks with:

Cancer | Alopecia | Thinning hair | Male and Female Pattern Baldness

SMP can help both men & women overcome their hairloss struggles, giving the appearance of a full head of shaved hair.

Stages of the Norwood Scale

Stage 1

Stage 1 of the Norwood scale is the control stage. People in stage 1 of male pattern baldness still have a full head of hair, with little to no signs of baldness or a receding hairline.

Stage 2

In stage 2, there is only slight evidence of a receding hair line, generally around the templates.

Stage 3

Generally, hair loss starts to become noticeable during stage 3. The hairline typically pulls backward from the temples, giving it a curved “M” shape when viewed from above.

In the class A version of the scale, or stage 3A the dips in the hairline may be slightly less defined.

Stage 3 vertex – In terms of the receding hairline, stage 3 vertex balding is a less drastic version of stage 3.

However, people experiencing stage 3 vertex balding will also begin losing hair on the crown of their head, this often start as one small bald spot.

Stage 4

By stage 4, there is significant hair loss. The hairline recedes farther and may start to resemble a “U” shape when viewed from above.
The bald spot on the crown is larger, but there is still a strip of hair between the bald spot and the receding hairline.

In stage 4A, a person will not experience a bald spot on the back of their head, but they will instead lose the dips in their hairline and have a deeper “U” shape when viewed from above.

Stage 5

Stage 5 shows similar progression to stage 4 but is more severe. There is still a small section of hair between the receding hairline and the balding crown. However, this stip of hair is much thinner than in the previous stage.

In stage 5A, the hairline continues to progress toward the back of the head.

Stage 6

Some with stage 6 baldness is now mostly bald on the front and top of their head. The two bald areas now join together, and there is no strip or patch of hair between them.

There may still be hair on the sides of the head, but the crown and front of the head are now mostly bald.

Stage 7

By stage 7, the baldness also begins to affect the sides of the head until only a thin ring of hair encircles the outside of the head.

The hairs that grow are likely to be very thin and weak.

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