» » This is a question for anybody who has had a FUE transplant into zones 1
» » 2, the frontal hairline and temples, lowering hairline,ect.
» » Do your FUE transplanted hairs NOT match the colour and texture of your
» » existing hair? Are the hairs darker and grow/look different than the
» » existing hair on the top of your head? Are they wirey and dont look
» » your original hair? Do your FUE transplanted hair not blend in and
» » perfectly with your existing original hair? Does your new hairline and
» » temple FUE transplanted hair grow in the same direction as your
» » hairline/temples and are they the same colour/texture as your original
» » hairline/temples?
» » Your responses would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
» I will give you my opinion… which contrasts to a couple of the posts in
» this thread.
» 1. You mentioned hair colour (color) of the FUE being different than the
» existing hairs (recipient hairs)… This depends… If a graft that is
» taken from the donor area is grey, white, red, or any other color different
» than the existing hair (the recipient area)… then it will remain the same
» colour (color). It will be different from the existing hair.
» 2. You mention the direction of hair growth: This is based on the doctor
» that makes the incisions (the hole that the graft/hairs are to be placed
» in). If you see your transplanted hairs are growing in a different
» direction than your existing hairs, then your doctor was/is very
» inexperienced and has zero talent. Most prominent clinics and doctors know
» that the incisions are supposed to be made in the direction of the existing
» 3. You mention a “wirey” growth of hair. From my experience, and seeing
» this for many years… the wirey hairs that grow in the existing hairs are
» due to a technician or physician smashing the graft into the hole and the
» follicle looks like the letter “J”. The follicle folds upon itself and it
» grows in a wirey spiral like fashion.
Thanks for the help and info guys i really appreciate it.
Another question, if the hair at the sides of my head grows out different and has a different texture than the back of my head, that has nothing to do with MPB progression or anything, will the hair at the sides of my head grow out the same when transplanted to the front of my hairline? Or will it change over time and grow out the same as the hair on hairline that used to be there originally did?
Doesnt the DNA of the of recipient area take over the transplanted hair DNA, and cause the transplanted hair to grow out the same as your original hairline hair did?
For example, lets say the hair on the top of my head and hairline grows out straight, but the hair on the sides of my head grow out a little curly, if i have the hair transplanted from the sides of my head to my hairline, will that hair grow out a little curly like the sides of my head, or over time will it change and grow out straight like the hair on the top of my head and original hairline does?