Good Look Ink Announces Revolutionary...

Good Look Ink Announces Revolutionary Hair Replication Solution

There are 149 comments on the PRWeb story from May 13, 2010, titled Good Look Ink Announces Revolutionary Hair Replication Solution. In it, PRWeb reports that:

May 13, 2010 -- Good Look Inc announced a revolutionary hair replication solution recently at their Edina, Mn, office.

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Minneapolis, MN

#1 May 13, 2010
My husband went to meet with them and he decided to do the Cosmetic Hair Replication! He came home a new man. I strongly recommend anyone with hair loss to go see the group at Good Look Ink!!
Philly Bald Brother

Minnetonka, MN

#2 May 14, 2010
I called to get information and learn about what they do. This group cares only about the customer and lets us make the decision. They say" its a life time decision so take your time" I plan on going to the company in July when I have 3 days off of work.

Wilmington, DE

#4 Jun 5, 2010
TO PHILLY BALD BROTHER: If you are in Pennsylvania, why does your IP address come up as Hopkins, Minnesota? What a coincidence that you say you're from Phiily, but your IP is the same town as this Good Look Ink? Looks like this place is posting their own comments....and as for the other poster, the BOBMB? You can at least learn to spell when making your own comments.......

United States

#5 Jun 21, 2010
Yep, both the first two posters are shills from GLI. Both are located in the same town as GLI. Stay away from this company at all cost.
not fooled in kansas

Overland Park, KS

#6 Aug 9, 2010
i looked at pics on there website and it just looks like they pics are takenwith heads shaved, then afters are clearly taken with their real own hair grown out. this is a scam obviously

New York, NY

#8 Oct 13, 2010
Looking in their before and afters, they show the same men at different angles. They are trying to make their website visitors think that they have done more men they have actually done. Misleading and untruthful.

Los Angeles, CA

#11 Dec 18, 2010
Looks like the goodlookink owner Darrin A Gerr had his house foreclosed...this guy doesn't pay his bills now he's trying to suck money out of innocent men with this garbage. Civil Judgment
ID: 27CV0921734 $43,120 9/18/2009 Darrin A Gerr
Wells Fargo Bank N A

Croydon, Australia

#12 Dec 18, 2010
bald fat married man

Saint Paul, MN

#13 Mar 9, 2011
looks to me like they tattoo your head. ARE YOU KIDDING ME? Good is just hair...let it go.
Ron C

Minnetonka, MN

#14 May 4, 2011
Had it done on my scars from hair transplants and IT WORKS!!!
Dontrell Camden

Minneapolis, MN

#17 Jul 28, 2011
I had it done, and I have to admit the pics that were on the website were misleading. Until I actually went there and met with men that had it done, did I become a believer. I feel so much better about myself now, and until you start losing hair, do you realize how much it means to you. The men that are criticizing it must have never had it done, becuase you wouldn't be if you did. Go in for a free consultation and tell me what you think.
Cattle Baron

Houston, TX

#18 Jul 31, 2011
so why aren't your pics on their website? I called the and they told me that don't ask their customers to put their photos on their site, even with no face. Wonder what there hiding??????
Stop the ignorance

Minneapolis, MN

#19 Dec 15, 2011
The majority of you are jumping to conclusions and its truly depressing. There are hundreds of men who have had this procedure done and are eternally grateful for it.

See this thread:

@leeches - how dare you think that someone who had a tough time financially is automatically out to scam people? Please share your name and address so we can dig in to your financial past and pass immediate judgement on your ethical fortitude. Seriously, get a life. That is one of the most ignorant comments I've seen online to date.

@not fooled in Kansas - all of those are real photos. And they are shot from the exact same angle. I know Dr. Shapiro, one of the most renowned hair transplant surgeons in the United Sates, and he whole-heartedly recommends GLI to his clients to cover up their hair transplant scars. You can give him a call and talk with him about it...honestly, he'd happily have a conversation if you can get a hold of him.

@Cattle Baron - they don't require their customers to put pictures on their website. Their customers VOLUNTEER to have their pictures on the website. In fact, my friend did a video testimonial they will be putting on the website soon.

They do however take photos of every procedure and anyone who goes in for a consultation can review all 400+ photos. And when you walk in, you'll notice that almost every man working there has had the procedure done. This is because immediately after their procedure they knew they wanted to be a part of GLI and help other men who were in the exact same position.

To everyone who says "OMG He's from Minnesota, he must be a shill". Grow up. Obviously the company is more well known in Minnesota because it is the only location. I am from Minnesota but I am not from GLI. A friend of mine had the procedure done and it looks fantastic. You would never know it's not real hair. He doesn't even have a buzz cut, all he did was fill in the thinning areas with pigment to make it look thicker. And it worked.

Most of you clearly have no idea how traumatic hair loss is to many men. And your ignorant comments may help deter someone from something that could give them the self confidence and walk through live with a smile.

I encourage you to actually think about what your posting and the impact it may have. Calling something a scam with ZERO evidence of it being so, and an overwhelming amount of evidence that it is legitimate is idiotic.

For anyone considering this procedure, I encourage you to go in and look through their results. Take a close look at the pictures, touch people's heads that work there, and strongly consider the positives and negatives. Make the decision for yourself. Don't let a few ignorant people online sway you from exploring a viable option for treating your hair loss.
Hair Restoration Expert

Denver, CO

#20 Jan 6, 2012
I have seen first hand what this company did to a client of mine who is completely devastated with what his head looks like now! I am trying to control my anger right now for a company that has zero experience in hair restoration to come in and think that they have any business tattooing people's heads without any trial basis on how results will look years from now let alone my client who is only 4 months into this. He came back in wanting to wear hair again and what his head looks like now is Blue bright blue his own hair is jet black and now the top of his head is blue plus this company decided to make his hairline lower than where his hair actually grows by an entire inch then to top it off they went straight across and gave him zero recession. Now my poor client has to pay for laser removal of what was done to him not to mention the emotional trauma. There is a reason we as hair restoration professionals go through intense ongoing certification training that makes us the experts we are in hair loss options. There is no quick fix to hair loss and the only reversable options are hair systems or laser regrowth therapy. Please seek out a hair restoration expert that is certified. The only thing I will admit about this company is that to cover cranial scars this may be an option, but still may fade, but certainly not to cover an entire head of hair loss or even partial loss.

United States

#21 Jan 19, 2012
Hair restoration expert, why is your friend not filing a complaint with BBB? Goodlookink has zero BBB complaints to date. So if your friend really unhappy I don't see why he is just complaining to you than go official.

Seattle, WA

#22 Jan 20, 2012
To Stop the Ignorance: Seems like you went to a lot of trouble here to defend this company (must be yours). Maybe that guy's friend is filing a complaint with the BBB. Takes time you know. I went to this place for a consult. A saw someone who had this done, his head looked o.k. from about 8 feet away, but up close all the dots were run together and were almost solid. BS on over 400 photos..... They showed me a scraggley-looking book with just a few photos in it. The guy had a butt-squeezing sales pitch and kept telling me "to take the leap of faith." What?????? Couldn't wait to get out of there.
Hair Loss Options

Hopkins, MN

#23 Jan 22, 2012
Which Hair Loss Procedure is Best for You?
Weighing the pros and cons of your hair loss solutions
You’ve heard them all, drugs, rugs and plugs, but have you given up and decided to just shave your head? How do you know which is the best solution for your hair loss? Are you concerned with affordability? Permanence? Camouflaging? Surgery? Safety? Maintenance? Most likely all of the above, but each option comes with its pros and cons.
A new procedure has emerged that is one of the fastest growing and most affordable solutions to hair loss that can last a lifetime. This procedure, Cosmetic Transdermal Hair Replication (CTHR), is the process of taking a client’s unique hair follicle and replicating it tens of thousands of times with an insoluble pigment, creating the appearance of a full head of hair. In addition to permanently solving hair loss woes, CTHR provides its clients with VIP treatment where the clients are well taken care of from the moment they arrive at the facility until they leave, amazed with their results.
People of all races and ethnic backgrounds around the world are facing the same issue of hair loss that destroys their confidence, in social, personal and professional settings. So with a handful of options to choose from, how can you make the decision about what procedure is best for you?
• Hair Systems- These can work for all types of hair loss, for both men and women, and have few known side effects. Hairpieces can work to cover up severely scarred hair transplant patients, and gives them the option of different hair styles, density, length and color. Unfortunately, this option requires a lot of maintenance and cleaning, and can be of concern when the heat of the summer rolls around.
• Drugs- The use of drugs, such as Rogaine, helps to slow the progression of hair loss and can help to re-grow lost hair. This procedure can also be used by hair transplant patients to promote the growth of the transplanted hair follicles immediately following the surgery. However, this is not a cure for hair loss and patients will likely lose any hair they have gained once they stop taking the drug. This procedure can get expensive and can’t be used by everyone.
• Hair Transplant Surgery- Some advantages of hair transplant surgery include immediate results and the permanent relief it brings to clients. However, this procedure can get very costly, and is also known to leave permanent scaring on the scalp.
• Shaving- Creating a buzz cut look through shaving can be a temporary solution to the problem and is seen as stylish these days, as well as cheap. However, it can also have a reverse effect and put more emphasis on the areas where hair loss is most noticeable, as well as running home at 5pm before you go out to make sure people can’t see how much hair loss you really have.
• CTHR- This non-surgical procedure is a drug-free, affordable, undetectable and maintenance-free option that can be completed in less than one day. It can be used to eliminate, or enhance all of the above procedures. However, if you are looking for something temporary, CTHR may not be for you as it is a permanent solution.
“All of these different procedures can be useful as a temporary solution to hair loss” said Darrin Gerr, President of Good Look Ink, an international provider of CTHR.“Through CTHR, we have found a procedure that can be used either on its own or in addition to other procedures to permanently mask hair loss.”

About Good Look Ink
Good Look Ink, Inc. is an international provider of Cosmetic Transdermal Hair Replication (CTHR), an innovative, non-surgical, permanent hair restoration solution to help men and women who suffer from thin or thinning hair or male pattern baldness (MPB), and enhance/repair or eliminate previous hair restoration attempts.
UK Bald Man


#24 Jan 25, 2012
Leap on Out has it right mate. And this company is posting their own spam for self-promo. Check this out:

Seems like other bloke had a problem too.

Clinton Township, MI

#25 Feb 23, 2012
I just recently had the procedure done at GLI to fill in a hair transplant scar. is it a scam no but are those pics misleading YES! you can still c my scar and yes it's a little blue but alot better than before I went to them. don't get a hair transplant biggest mistake of my life I would pay 100,000 to get rid of this scar.

Tinley Park, IL

#26 Mar 7, 2012
unbiased wrote:
I just recently had the procedure done at GLI to fill in a hair transplant scar. is it a scam no but are those pics misleading YES! you can still c my scar and yes it's a little blue but alot better than before I went to them. don't get a hair transplant biggest mistake of my life I would pay 100,000 to get rid of this scar.
Blue??? I did not see any blue I am freaked out about doing this! I would like to have it done, but am a business professional and can't afford to look as if I have a tatoo covering my head! Dam i was going to get it done with 2 other buddies. Thanks for the honesty!!

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