I like to see what other Microblading specialists are doing across the USA and around the world. The category is growing so rapidly as more people discover the amazing-ness of Microblading. Amongst the specialty salons and practitioners, we are all supportive of each other-- it's less about competition and more about spreading the word of this fantastic treatment that so few (comparatively) have heard about.
But then occasionally I stumble across websites that read eerily familiar. And then it hits me: their copy is lifted VERBATIM from the EverTrue website! Alas this has happened more than once, in fact just this week I found three websites (two in LA and one right here in NYC) that contained entire paragraphs lifted directly from ours.
What to do? I email the owners directly and ask them to revise. Sometimes they realize their mistake (did they not know plagiarism is not ok?) and comply, other times they just ignore. It's such a shame that this happens. But I guess when you do something very well, copycats come out of the woodwork!
-- Ramon Padilla