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5th Ave PMU Academy

Camouflaging Hair Transplant Scars with Scalp Micropigmentation (ONLINE)

The "Camouflaging Hair Transplant Scars with Scalp Micropigmentation" online course is taught by world renowned SMP artist and trainer Matthew Iulo.  This is a continued education course for those already trained in Scalp Micropigmentation. 

With over 25% of his clients having scars needing camouflage with SMP, Matt has developed a tried and tested approach and technique to achieving high levels of concealment on transplant scars.

Here's a Peek at the Course:
  • How hair transplants are performed
  • Types of scars created as a result of the surgery
  • How to properly pigment and blend scars
  • Identify scars that can not be treated
  • Requirements to ensure the highest level of concealment. 
You will also get to watch and follow along as Matt performs an actual scar procedure, while he narrates and highlights important points.
Here's a Look at What's Included:
At completion of the coursework you will take a short exam, and once passed, receive a Certificate noting your completion of the course!  You will walk away with valuable practical knowledge to be able to perform high-level scar camouflage procedures using Scalp Micropigmentation!
How Long is The Course:
This course is 100% online and can be taken at your leisure

About Matt Iulo
Matt has been a pioneer in the industry for over 10 years and has treated over 5,000 clients. He has a vast understanding of natural hairlines, color matching, and scar concealment. His techniques are recognized around the world for creating customized, natural looks for people with all types of hair loss. Matt works with clients suffering from hair loss, pattern baldness, hair transplant scarring, fue/fut scarring, and alopecia. He has successfully opened up three scalp micropigmentation clinics in New York City, Los Angeles, California and Houston, Texas. Matt has successfully trained over 1,000 students in the field of scalp micropigmentation.