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*The Riley*


#1

All,

Ah, the “Riley.” Very few surgeons can leave you with the ability to do another hairstyle, esp. if you are advanced on the NW scale. Which is a pity, since the Riley tends to display all the subtle and not so subtle problems with HT with great obviousness.


One of the many bitter ironies of HT is the fact that the best “coverage” is achieved by virtue of the most revealing and unfortunate hairstyle; a style that rarely reveals greatness in a hair transplant. :wink:

And this is the style that tends to look “best” in “pics.” And, alas, this is the style that leads even the casual observer to stare weirdly at one’s head when they see it up close and personal.

TheFittest

PS: this post was written about 5 years back. Google “Coach Riley” or “Patrick Riley” for all the foreigners who have no clue what I mean. You will when you see the images.


#2

» All,
»
» Ah, the “Riley.” Very few surgeons can leave you with the ability to do
» another hairstyle, esp. if you are advanced on the NW scale. Which is a
» pity, since the Riley tends to display all the subtle and not so subtle
» problems with HT with great obviousness.
»
» ********
»
» One of the many bitter ironies of HT is the fact that the best “coverage”
» is achieved by virtue of the most revealing and unfortunate
» hairstyle
; a style that rarely reveals greatness in a hair
» transplant. :wink:
»
» And this is the style that tends to look “best” in “pics.” And, alas,
» this is the style that leads even the casual observer to stare
» weirdly at one’s head
when they see it up close and personal.
»
» TheFittest
»
» PS: this post was written about 5 years back. Google “Coach Riley” or
» “Patrick Riley” for all the foreigners who have no clue what I mean. You
» will when you see the images.

Valid point, this is why we need to push for hair multiplication. Hair transplant has too many drawbacks.