Q&A For Students

Q1. What is the scope of training covered in scalp Micropigmentation (SMP) courses?

A1. Finishing Touch SMP training courses typically covers a range of topics, including scalp anatomy, pigment selection, needle techniques, client consultation, safety protocols, and hands-on synthetic skin and melons to develop proficiency in performing SMP procedures.

Q2. What are the prerequisites for enrolling in a scalp micropigmentation (SMP) training program?

A2. Having an artist eye, being determined and open minded to learning the knowledge of art of SMP.

Q3. How long does it take to complete scalp Micropigmentation (SMP) training?

A3. The duration of SMP training programs can vary, ranging from a Finishing Touch SMP 3 day courses or to Finishing Touch SMP 6 month apprenticeships program, depending on the depth and intensity of the curriculum and certification needed through Southern Nevada Health District.

Q4. What credentials or certifications can I obtain upon completing scalp micropigmentation (SMP) training?

A4. Upon successful completion of an SMP training program, students will receive certifications or credentials approved through Southern Nevada Health District indicating their proficiency in performing SMP procedures. These certifications can enhance credibility and demonstrate competency to potential clients or employers.

Q5. What career opportunities are available for certified scalp micropigmentation (SMP) practitioners?

A5. Certified SMP practitioners have the opportunity to pursue careers in various settings, including hair restoration clinics, medical spas, beauty salons, or as independent contractors. Additionally, some practitioners choose to specialize in SMP for specific client demographics, such as individuals with alopecia or undergoing chemotherapy.