For many years, West Yorkshire has suffered from a chronic shortage of scalp micropigmentation clinics.
It’s crazy when you think about it. Leeds is the UK’s third largest city, with a bigger population than Manchester and Glasgow, both of which have thriving scalp micropigmentation industries, and played host to the first ever Scalp Guru Meeting Of Minds conference in May 2017. Vinci Hair Clinic operates a hair transplant and SMP clinic in the city, but until now they have remained the only serious contender in the area. This has now changed with the opening of Studio Aesthetics, a group of highly talented individuals offering a scalp micropigmentation service in the city of Wakefield.
With a background in artistic tattooing, lead technicians Leon Walker and Eugene Bruce are no strangers to detailed pigmentation techniques. However, while many tattooists around the world simply offer the service within their pre-existing tattoo parlour, Studio Aesthetics has taken their offering to a whole new level with the renovation of an entirely separate facility, designed exclusively for scalp micropigmentation procedures.
How much do they charge?
The standard rate for a scalp micropigmentation procedure at Studio Aesthetics is £1800. Right now however, they are offering full treatments for just £995, to clients who are happy to allow them to use their before and after photographs on their website.
What about their results?
Leon and Eugene produce some really great results, with naturally structured hairlines and expert blending to create a seamless illusion.
Getting to Wakefield
Although the clinic was established primarily to cater for clients in West Yorkshire, in reality they come from much further afield.
In geographic terms, Wakefield couldn’t be better placed. Situated where the M62 meets the M1, road transport links are arguably better than any other UK clinic. Clients travelling from Sheffield, Barnsley, Hull, Leeds, Bradford, Halifax and Huddersfield will probably find the easiest way to do so is by car.
Furthermore, the city of Wakefield is a major hub along the east coast main line, so getting a train from connecting cities like London, Peterborough, Doncaster, Leeds, York, Newcastle and even Edinburgh and Inverness, is really straightforward. Air travel is also provided via nearby Leeds/Bradford and Robin Hood airports.