» question for you, if you know by any chance, why do you think these people
» arent willing to shave their heads but are willing to show up to work with
» a red/scabbing scalp where its obvious they had something done?
» i work in one of those type of environments where its very conservative,
» but i keep my hair close already but it’d be waaaaay more obvious to get my
» hairline and front region done then it would to cut my hair if i kept it as
» thick as this guy.
As most people will take some time off after a procedure, whether that is one or two weeks, when they return to work the recipient area will either bear none or little evidence of any work done and you can always claim that you have a rash on the scalp. I think being able to conceal evidence of the transplant applies to guys that have some hair on top. Someone who is above a class 4 and quite shiny on top would have difficulty in concealing it.
This is not factual but if the guy in this example took 2 weeks off work, on his return there would hardly be any evidence of the transplant just soft hairs on the grafted area. Some as if he chose FUE as both areas would have healed.