Seems like 5 minutes ago Ian and Ranbir, His Hair Clinic founders and inventors of Scalp Micropigmentation, were in New York trying to find the right location to launch their successful business. In fact it was over four years ago now and since then His Hair Clinic have gone from strength to strength. New York remains the largest and busiest clinic in America but it is one of seven locations the service is now available at. Since it opened the work of the New York clinic has been winning rave reviews – It’s reputation sees many SMP tourists come to town and combine their treatment with a holiday in one of the worlds great cities. A 7 – 10 day trip is ideal to get your first two sessions complete… of course that may well be enough to complete your treatment. If you do just need a touch-up you could book yourself in for a single session, before going on to a world class lunch and maybe a show.
It wouldn’t be New York if there weren’t a broad and unique set of interesting things to see and do. In the next month you can take in your choice of literally hundreds. Here is a short list of some of the things I would be doing if I were there. If any of them are on your to do list you might contemplate combining your own SMP treatment with your visit to the Big Apple.
205 acts over 16 days across Broadway, from Aug 8th. Famous event that attracts a lively crowd. Read the reviews or take lucky dip, but get along to a show.
US Open Tennis
For those of you who are sporty but understand the need for an SMP patient to be, well, patient. Wearing a hat and watching tennis is a perfect way to recuperate.
For 3 days from Friday Sept 4th, Labor Day weekend in the USA, Randalls Park Island in New York becomes home to one of the worlds best dance music festivals.
Jazz Age Lawn Party
If you prefer your partying a little more sedate (though I am not sure how much) you might enjoy this step back to the prohibition era. Speakeasy bar serving “summer drinks” which no doubt fuel their request to bring your dancing shoes. Weekend of 15th and 16th August at the Governors Island (no less). You will be expected to wear era appropriate attire.
Shakespeare in the Park
Cymbaline is running for most of August at the Delacorte open air theater in Central Park, these large scale productions are enormously popular… elbows at the ready for tickets which, on first come first served basis, are distributed free at noon on the day from in front of the Delacorte – or you can sign up on the interweb for a daily lottery, if you dont fancy queuing for hours.
Whatever brings you to New York, take the opportunity to book in with the HIS Hair Clinic, on Broadway, during your stay.