Testimonial Reviews

I live in Round Rock and suffered from hair loss for years. Ivan, the scalp Micropigmentation tech and owner is an artist through and through. I trusted him and am extremely happy with the results. Very professional and the results speak for themselves. Thanks for everything.

Best SMP in Austin, TX! Amazing, super professiona!, he know wat his doing!
I was so frustrated with loosing hair, after two sessions I’m feeling a much confident now.
He is in evey detail in explaning procedure, place is super clean and Price the Best!

Ivan is awesome! I stopped in for a touch up while I was in Austin and he did an outstanding job. Very clean, professional and reasonable. Everything was explained and he was very patient and precise. I highly recommend him for any scalp micropigmentation needs.

SMP is a great treatment, my friend got his hairline reconstructed and it looks awesome. Natural and blended in. He is now much more confident.

Ivan is an incredible guy doing an incredible job. His personality allows you to have a great and relaxing time. His skills are top notch, he is a true artist with a great eye and I could not be happier about my SMP results at Mili’s Beauty Studio in Round Rock, Tx.

I would highly recommend this for anybody looking to do SMP. had it done a week ago and getting many compliments on the results. Very happy with the first session alone, Ivan is very friendly and provide professional service.

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Have Questions?

Here’s answers to some of our most common questions…

What Is Scalp Micropigmentation?

Scalp Micropigmentation is sometimes also referred to as a scalp tattoo or hair tattoo. Scalp Micropigmentation is a non-invasive treatment that uses detailed micro-needles to deposit pigment into the scalp. The result creates the appearance of tiny hair follicles or short hair stubble. If you are starting to thin, recede, or if you are completely bald, we can give you the look of a short buzz cut, or thicker & fuller hair.

Will Scalp Micropigmentation Grow My Hair Back?

No, the Scalp Micropigmentation treatment will not grow your hair back. However, the SMP treatment will give you the look of short buzz-cut. We recommend keeping your hair at a shorter length to create the most natural outcome.In the case of thinning hair we can add density to make the hair look fuller.

How Much Does Scalp Micropigmentation Cost?

Our pricing is based on the level of hair loss, which is different for each client. Typically, the price ranges between $1,200 – $4,000. We recommend setting up a free consultation so our team can evaluate your case and provide a personalized price quote based on your hair loss needs.

How Long Does Scalp Micropigmentation Take?

The Scalp Micropigmentation treatment typically requires 2-4 sessions to complete, with each sessions lasting 2-4 hours, depending on your degree of hair loss. These treatments are usually spaced about 7-16 days apart.

How Long Will Results Last?

This treatment typically lasts 4-6 years. After that time, a client may experience some slight fading (no colour change), to which they can come back in for a quick touch up. This cosmetic solution will not wash off but can be tweaked as years go on. We always recommend meeting with our team of experienced expert practitioners to discuss your treatment options.

Will The Result Look Natural?

Absoloutely! Scalp Micropigmentation has become such an effective hair loss solution because of its consistently natural and undetectable results. Mili’s Beauty Studio prides itself on the ability to seamlessly replicate each individual hair follicle to create a perfect match for each client.

I'm Interested! How Do I Find Out More?

To find out more about the treatment and whether or not it may be a good fit for you, the first step is to reserve your free consultation with our team using the form above.  

You can do this over the phone, or at one of our clinic in Round Rock, TX  and you’ll receive professional advice on the best course of treatment (if any). There’s also no obligation whatsoever to move forward with the treatment, so what is there to lose?