the most experienced SMP trainers in europe
Brandwood Clinic offers more treament experience in one location than any other scalp micropigmentation clinic in the world, and has trained more practitioners than almost anyone else.
Brandwood Clinic offers more experience in one location than any other scalp micropigmentation clinic in the world. Lead technicians Paul Clark and Simon Lane have completed well in excess of 10,000 procedures combined, and trained many of the worlds most successful and well respected technicians. Facilitated by a highly efficient and dedicated back-office team, the quality of training offered by Brandwood Clinic is possibly the very best in Europe, if not the world.
Brandwood Clinic offer a variety of courses with the introductory Foundation Level running for 4 days, with a maximum of 6 trainees per course to maintain the highest quality standards. All trainees work on live models during the course, and are awarded with a CPD-accredited certificate upon satisfactory completion.
The duo have trained almost 50 technicians, including some of the brightest talent in the business. These technicians have gone on to build hugely successful careers, due in part to the quality of the training they received. Paul and Simon have treated more than 10,000 clients between them.
If you want to start a scalp micropigmentation business, or if you’re a permanent makeup artist wishing to add scalp micropigmentation to your range of services, you need to think very carefully about where you want your business to be. The quality of your training underpins every aspect of your service. If you want to be recognised as one of the very finest technicians, able to demand higher rates and be booked up months in advance, you need to demonstrate world class results. For this, only the very best training will do.
At the time of writing, I have known Paul and Simon for 6 years. During this time I have watched them develop as technicians, and seen how a number of their innovations such as the broken hairline, the 3D scatter and the scar blackout, have been emulated around the world and ultimately adopted as the new industry standard.