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Scalp Micropigmentation Center / My scalp was blueish after their procedure

1 1 Eglinton Ave East, Unit C401Toronto, Ontario Canada Review updated:
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OMG. Stay as far as possible from Scalp Micropigmentation Center/ Tino Barbone/ Formerly Scalp Esthetica. I had the micropigmentation in their center and after this procedure my scalp has changed the color. It became bluish. I already complained Tino Barbone, but it seemed that he has no idea what has happened. They state that I would definitely need the second treatment, but I am not sure that I can trust them.

Jan 16, 2016
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  • Sc
      19th of Jan, 2016
    +2 Votes

    This fake review is courtesy of Bryce Cleveland and Damien Porter of Scalp Aesthetics

    They continue to write fake reviews on my company and other SMP companies who they feel are a threat to them.

    We know consumers are smarter than Damien Porter and Bryce Cleveland think they are, and they are trying to use review boards such as scam report and other review forums to try and ruin peoples reputation.

    They are stealing pictures from the internet and writing fake reviews on my business, as well as other SMP businesses. For more info about Bryce Cleveland and Damien porter please read the following articles:

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    If you are a client reading these fake reviews by Bryce Cleveland of Scalp Aesthetics or by the Scalp Guru himself, Damien Porter then you want to avoid this company at all costs.

    If they are willing to make up fake accounts and write fake reviews, just imagine what they will say and do to get your money!

  • Tb
      20th of Jan, 2016
    +1 Votes

    This is a fake review by a low class competitor in the Scalp Micropigmentation industry. Scalp Esthetica or Scalp Micropigmentation Center has no complaints, and no negative reviews and all clients are satisfied with this process. It's a shame that this low class competitor has to resort to writing fake reviews in order to gain business and clients. As a consumer you want to see real pictures and videos of clients being worked on with the actual technician doing the procedure. Other low class competitors will just reuse their pictures and you will see that they are all using the same before and after pics on their websites, for work they have never completed.

    As a consumer: 1) Actually go to the clinic by setting up a consultation, not just calling a Toll Free number and talking to someone over the phone 2) Ask the actual technician that would be doing your treatment how much experience they have ***Please Note*** if your tech says they have 2-3 years of experience, they should have many pictures and videos of themselves doing the treatment, and not generic pictures from a website. An actual technician will have many pics on their phone or tablet of themselves actually completing treatments or doing the procedure. If they cannot produce this, then they are new and lying to you about their experience. 3) Speak only to the tech that will be doing your treatment to get a sense of their experience and make sure you are comfortable with them. 4) If your SMP Artist or technician has years of experience, they will have clients that you can actually speak to as referrals, if they do not, then they are new and lying to you.

    Reviews are great, however, because of low class Scalp Micropigmentation competitors setting up fake review sites like or and other such SMP reviews sites, reviews at this time are unreliable. These low class scalp micropigmentation companies are also setting up fake accounts (google, yelp, yahoo, etc) to write fake reviews and write ups on companies like ours in order to drive more business their way. It's a shame that this great treatment is being poisoned by these companies. Real SMP Artists just want to do great work and satisfy customers.

    To whomever wrote this fake review, focus on your business and you won't have to write these fake reviews in order to gain business and clients.

  • Te
      26th of Apr, 2017
    0 Votes

    @tbarbone or is owned by bryce.

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