Welcome to Skalp Ink Micropigmentation in Maryland!

Located conveniently near the Largo Town Center metro transit in the vibrant Washington D.C. metropolitan area, Skalp Ink offers innovative hair restoration services for individuals facing hair adversity in Largo, Maryland, and surrounding areas. Specializing in Scalp Micropigmentation (SMP), we provide a non-invasive solution that replicates the appearance of thicker, fuller hair, effectively masking hair loss and restoring your confidence.

Scalp Micropigmentation Services

About Skalp Ink

Our clinic is a trusted destination for hair loss solutions in the greater Maryland area. With a commitment to excellence, we create a safe and healthy environment where clients can embark on their hair rejuvenation journey with confidence. Learn more about Skalp Ink’s story and our dedicated team.

Meet Our Expert: Rodney J Waters

Rodney J Waters, the owner and certified SMP artist at Skalp Ink, has over 20 years of experience in the hair industry. With a deep passion for helping individuals regain their confidence, Rodney offers innovative and natural-looking hair loss treatments, guiding clients through every step of their hair restoration journey.

Client Testimonials

Hear from our satisfied clients from Largo and across Maryland who have transformed their lives with Skalp Ink’s SMP services:

  • “Best SMP artist in the DMV!!!” – Kendrick Barron
  • “Amazing experience, Rodney was patient, very detailed, and understood my request. I’ll definitely recommend Skalp Ink and will be back in 4-5 years.” – Abraham Judah

Start Your Hair Rejuvenation Journey Today!

Ready to rediscover confidence with a fuller-looking hairline? Contact Skalp Ink for a free consultation and explore our range of scalp tattoo services designed to offer you a renewed sense of self.
    9701 Apollo Dr Suite 343 Largo, M.D. 20774

301.575.6979 – Business

301.440.1552 – Cell


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