The Scalp Micropigmentation Center Of Toronto Publishes A Review of The SMP Process
At The Scalp Micropigmentation Center (SMC), all clients meet with Tino Barbone, the lead SMP Artist at The Scalp Micropigmentation Center for a detailed consult. Tino Barbone regularly has the consultation with new SMP clients during or after a current clients procedure so that a new prospective client can see the results of having a treatment, and speak to another client currently undergoing the treatments. Tino Barbone finds that trying to match up similar clients to the treatments they are trying to obtain puts the new client at ease. Most new clients would like to see actual results of having an SMP treatment, and thus, it benefits both the new client to visually see results, rather than just trusting online reviews, before and after pictures and videos. It is imperative that all new clients seek out a free consultation, whether at The Scalp Micropigmentation Center, or elsewhere. Ensure that you are having the consultation with the actual artist that would be completing your treatment and not a salesperson or a 1-800 number. It is important that you trust your SMP Artist, and build a relationship with them. You also want your SMP Artist to be local in case you need to speak with them or reach out to them for a follow up.
Scalp Micropigmentation Center Reviews - Unfortunately, because hair loss is a multi billion dollar industry, and scalp micropigmentation is one of the fastest growing sectors of this industry, there are hair loss clinics and SMP Clinics in Toronto and around the world that want to be on top and even rule the SMP industry worldwide. Reviews are a great tool to find out more information about companies offering Scalp Micropigmentation in your area, however, reviews in this industry have become tarnished by other SMP companies by having fake negative reviews being written about other SMP companies in a bid to stay on top. The Scalp Micropigmentation Center and Tino Barbone have had this unfortunate situation on Google and Yelp whereby other competitors in the area feel that they cannot compete by using their SMP skills that they have resorted to hiding behind a computer and keyboard, making up fake accounts and writing fake negative reviews in a bid to steal customers and to slander out good name. Unfortunately for these hair loss clinics, they are only succeeding in ruining the SMP industry by convincing people that the "horrible" fake results that they writing about are true, thus making the potential client not want to invest their time and money in having this wonderful SMP treatment done at any hair loss clinic, including their own.
How do you find the right SMP Artist? You must call the hair loss clinic or the Scalp Micropigmentation Clinic in your area and set up a consultation with the actual SMP Artist that would be conducting your treatment. A major red flag is calling a 1-800 number and having an online consultation or over the phone consult with a salesperson that is hundreds of miles away.
Secondly, ask questions…lots of questions! Get a feel for your SMP Artist and make sure they are able to answer your questions relatively quickly and that the answers make sense. An experienced SMP Artist has heard it all before. Most clients at The Scalp Micropigmentation Center ask the same or similar questions, such as: Does it hurt? What inks do you use? What will it look like in 5 years? How long does it take? How many treatments does it take?.
Thirdly, view before and after pictures and videos…but not the generic ones! Because some hair loss clinicians or SMP Artists are new, bigger companies recycle their photos and allow the newbies to use them as part of their marketing. There is nothing wrong with this, as long as the SMP Artists advises you that they did not complete those treatments and is honest about how long they have been in the industry and how many procedures they have performed. Experienced SMP Artists will have lots of before and after pictures of their SMP treatments on their phone or tablets, on Instagram and other social media sites. At The Scalp Micropigmentation Center you can view before and after pictures and videos at www.instagram.com/scalpmicropigmentationcenter. It is important that you see the actual SMP Artist in the picture of video to ensure that they are doing the actual treatment, and that it is not a generic picture or video.
As well, ask for local referrals. An experienced SMP Artist that has some months and years of experience will most definitely have some referrals for you to speak to. We do not encourage meeting up with these referrals, however, you should have a local number to call of an actual client that your SMP Artist has worked on, and can talk to you about their experience with having an SMP treatment.
Lastly, check their reviews. This is the very last option as Scalp Micropigmentation reviews can be purchased online and may be fake - both positive and negative reviews. Remember, if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. If it sounds fake (positive or negative), then it probably is. Scalp Micropigmentation Reviews are hard to come by because this is a very personal procedure, and most don't want anybody to know they had it completed, thus, a company showing a ton of reviews (positive or negative) are most likely fake and should be avoided.
The best practice to finding your perfect SMP Artist, is to visit the clinic and meet with your SMP Artist who should be able to discuss your SMP options. SMP reviews may not be indicative of your SMP Artist or the hair loss clinic or scalp micropigmentation clinic you are planning to attend. The best method of finding your SMP Artist is to attend a consultation and to ask questions and view actual before and after pictures of clients they have actually worked on, and not watching generic videos or generic pictures.
Visit www.scalpmicropigmentationcenter.com for more information, reviews, testimonials, before and after pictures and videos of actual Scalp Micropigmentation Center of Toronto clients or call us at 647-967-7546.
For more info about The Scalp Micorpigmentation Center of Toronto, visit us online at:
Scalp Micropigmentation Center (SMC)
1 Eglinton Ave East