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Pics, 7mo post-op, Dr. Armani Hairline

huh, that sucks you think that. But, yeah, in person it looks fine/normal.

» Im sorry but i dont think it looks natural at all, the temple points look
» wrong and the hairline is to abrupt, it almost looks like a glued on wig.
» it may look better in person as photo’s dont always show the true picture.

» huh, that sucks you think that. But, yeah, in person it looks fine/normal.
»
» » Im sorry but i dont think it looks natural at all, the temple points
» look
» » wrong and the hairline is to abrupt, it almost looks like a glued on
» wig.
» » it may look better in person as photo’s dont always show the true
» picture.

it looks good to me michael. how long did it take for the redness and swelling to go away? what did you do as far as when it was time to go back to work?? you work a corporate job or something where you can wear a hat?

» he has super human hair

:rotfl:

» huh, that sucks you think that. But, yeah, in person it looks fine/normal.
I was giving you my 100% honest opinion, maybe i am a bit to critical, as long as your happy with it thats the main thing :slight_smile:

WantallmyHairback:

Thanks for your comments. The stressful thing about going back to work post-op was that I was immediately starting a new job (first job as a practicing lawyer).

I came into work on monday morning, having had surgery the previous thursday, a bit swollen and funny looking. One of my collegues actually asked about it- I was upfront and told him. My hair was long enuff (i grew it so that i would be able to wet it and comb it down over my recipient area) to wet and comb over my hairline so the redness wasnt so visible (I could make my hair look professonal (with Gel), despite the nasty post-op fro pics! lol).

the swelling was down by thurdsay, of that first week.

Haggis:

no need to explain yoursef, but I appreciate your response. And I’m glad youre being honest.
:slight_smile:

» WantallmyHairback:
»
» Thanks for your comments. The stressful thing about going back to work
» post-op was that I was immediately starting a new job (first job as a
» practicing lawyer).
»
» I came into work on monday morning, having had surgery the previous
» thursday, a bit swollen and funny looking. One of my collegues actually
» asked about it- I was upfront and told him. My hair was long enuff (i grew
» it so that i would be able to wet it and comb it down over my recipient
» area) to wet and comb over my hairline so the redness wasnt so visible (I
» could make my hair look professonal (with Gel), despite the nasty post-op
» fro pics! lol).
»
» the swelling was down by thurdsay, of that first week.

how long did it take for the redness to go away to the point where you didnt have to style your hair a certain way to hide it?

WantallmyHairback:

The redness didnt go away for about a month, if I remeber correctly. The main issue was when you my shaves recip area grwon hair so that I can get a haircut- and that was about two months (i have scars i the back of my head that I needed to consider as well so I couldnt cut my hair too short)

Nice hair Michael. Go out and enjoy it! :slight_smile: Do you use any styling products?

thanks muscles:
the only thing I do is, when it gets long enough, I straighten it with a hair straightener and make kindof ‘rockstar-ish’ and spikey. I’ll spay a tiny bit of shine spay in as well. I’ll post some pics of how I style it.

» thanks muscles:
» the only thing I do is, when it gets long enough, I straighten it with a
» hair straightener and make kindof ‘rockstar-ish’ and spikey. I’ll spay a
» tiny bit of shine spay in as well. I’ll post some pics of how I style it.

That is a dense hairline, looks amazing.

thanks, dude.

Micheal,
I would have to say you have the perfect hair for a transplant and your result looks great . Thanks for showing !

19,000 grafts by Dr Umar
www.myhairtransformation.com

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