Reading reviews about a product or service has become a normal and comfortable part of the buying process. When we book a holiday, we read about the resort on TripAdvisor, or about the hotel on Booking.com. When we buy a car, we read reviews about that make and model on WhatCar or Top Gear. When we need a plumber or builder, we look them up on Rated People or Yelp. It’s just what we do now, thanks to the internet.
Of course, scalp micropigmentation reviews are an important part of our research. Before you commit to treatment with a specific clinic or technician, you need to know that their work is good, and above all, consistent. We encourage all customers to search for reviews before buying this service. Unfortunately, not all reviews are genuine, and customers need to be vigilant to ensure the information they hang their hat on is real and unbiased.
Fake reviews are a big problem in this industry. As highlighted by this article on ScalpGuru.com and this one on GoodLookInk.com, many clinics are known to write spurious reviews on sites like Yelp, RipOffReport and Wahanda. Many of these reviews are positive write-ups by fictitious customers, but worse still, many are damning reviews written about the ‘service’ received at a competitors clinic.
All this means, unfortunately, that reviews posted online simply cannot be trusted as much as they should be.
At Velvet Pigmentation Clinic, we two solutions:
- If reviews are important to you, call ahead and we’ll try to arrange for you to speak with or meet one of our past clients, so they can give you a verbal, unbiased review.
- Contact Damien at ScalpGuru.com. They run an independent site, and their reputation depends on giving honest advice without any hidden agenda. I’m sure he won’t mind you asking him about us.
We’re not saying that you shouldn’t seek out reviews of your preferred scalp micropigmentation or tricopigmentation technician, in fact, we really do encourage you to do as much research as possible. You must, however, be careful what information you take on face value.
If you have any questions about our service, please contact us.