SMP Training

It’s your time to be an SMP Pro

SMP of Austin offers a 3-day or a 5-day training course for anyone interested in advancing or changing their carrier to scalp micropigmentation. 

Contact us to sign up or for more information.

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What you will learn

Hands On

Learn how to preform specific techniques and apply these methods on live models.

Comprehensive Techniques

Study a variety of hairlines, density & scar coverage.

SMP Machine Included

Along with a list of all additional items, supplies and equipment used.

Lifetime Support

We provide support & feedback anytime needed after completion of training.

Our Works

Discover Our Intro Tutorials

Training Courses 

It’s your time to be an SMP Pro

Whether you are looking to start a carrier in scalp micropigmentation or brush up and enhance your SMP skills with a internationally accredited and multi-certified scalp micropigmentation practitioner.  

SMP of Austin has what you need!

Three Day Training in Austin

Our three day course covers all of the basic & advanced skills you’ll need to get you started. 

-Information on treating every ethnicity, skin tone, skin texture and type of hair loss issues.
-Hairline creation such as soft, broken, 3-D scattered & defined, by creating very realistic looks using a variety of pigment shades & cartridge needle sizes.
-Blending techniques
-Performing both male and female density treatments.
-Scar Coverage from FUT, FUE, & surgery/injuries ect..
-Live model practice provided, or you may bring your own on the last day of the course.  (Unless customized training; contact for more info)
-Support & feed back for as long as you need it after training. For those who are in the Austin area, will continue to have in- persons access any time needed. 


Five Day Training in Austin

Our five day course is designed for aspiring business owners as it includes all features of our three day course, as well as tips and guidance for setting up and managing your own SMP business. 



Interested In Becoming SMP Technician?