» I think that this posting has been an excellent display to the
» disorientation of people’s understanding of BHT and what it takes to
» complete a megasession BHT restoration . I have been saying this for 2
» years . Pharoboy is a Norwood 7 that realistically requires counts of
» 20,000 -25,000 body hair /combination scalp/beard grafts to provide the
» coverage that viewers/critics see as optimal .
» Megassession cases such as Pharoboy are done in phases and this for some
» reason is not understood.
» The next phase that I believe will completely change the look of Pharoboy
» is his temopral /hairline restoration (framing effect) . This is something
» that he will have to do at his own pace. We all know its not cheap . I now
» that I have said it before but dont judge a book after reading a few
» chapters. Enjoy the reading and make conclusions when it is finished.
hi everyone, it’s been a long time since i’ve been at hairsite.
some fellows here seem to ignore that fact that I’m a NW7. If you look closely, only 4000 grafts have been placed on the top of my head, i.e my NW6 area (2900 in the first BHT and about a 1000 on the second to fill up the temples), the reast of the grafts have been placed on teh transition area and the temple points.
If someone thinks this is the final result, or that 7000 BHT grafts would cut it, then he must be joking. The estimate is about 20,000 grafts.
Also the hair actually looks very natural if you see me in person. I’m 6’3", and not many people can see me from the top witha 5x magnification like you guys can. So far, i got a reasonable frame to my face (but i’m far from being done). I don’t really understand what’s the issue with it being curly ? there are hundreds of millions of people who have curly hair, and many of them have thin hair too, so what seems to be the issue?
I actually grew my hair a bit longer than usual, just cause i like to see it more evident.
The good thing here is that i don’t care about hair no more, my face is framed, and i don’t need to rush, i’ll go at it at my own pace.