Our Course

The Hair Loss Industry

Hair loss affects more than 50 million males in the United States. In fact, by the age of 35, two out of three men begin to lose their hair, with some beginning as early as their early twenties. It’s easy to see why men are looking for an alternative to present hair loss solutions, which are outdated and ineffectual.

Scalp Micropigmentation

Scalp Micropigmentation is the only hair loss treatment that is 100 percent effective. Without surgical restoration, hair transplants, or other invasive procedures, SMP provides a permanent option to replicate the appearance of hair follicles.

Our Course

We provide award-winning unique training methodologies as well as ongoing support for new practitioners in the form of phone consultations, in-person supervision, and higher level courses.

Potential Income




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What You’ll Learn

Industry Theory

Theory includes anatomy of the scalp, hair loss causes and types, medical applications, micropigmentation, color, technique, density, health and safety.

In-Person Workshop

The first day is dedicated to advanced workshops and observation, including topics like as theory, hand technique, density workshops, hairline design, and live treatment observation.

In-Person Hands-On Work

On days 2 and 3, you’ll do hands-on, supervised work with real models with various forms of hair loss. Marketing, financial strategy, and price are all things to consider. Then it’s time for graduation!

Student Testimonials

3 Reasons Why Patients
United Credit

  1. United Credit qualifies patients for up to $25,000.00 .
  2. Easy Application.
  3. Fast Approvals*

Patient Requirements

  1. Patients must be at least 18 years of age.
  2. Patients must have a valid bank issued debit card.

How does it work?

United Credit performs a soft credit check, that does not hurt your credit score, to determine approval amounts and contract type, as well as to verify applicant identity. Untied Credit may ask for additional information from some borrowers in order to determine approval amounts.