» Yeah I totally agree, don’t get blow away by Armani or someone and think
» that all your troubles are over. Keep in mind that the Armani photos shown
» are probably the BEST results that he has performed, ever. I still notice
» the following in almost all Armani post-op pics - - - -
» persistent redness underneath the HT, even in photos 14.5 months post-op,
» still red, look like ass. Red pimple effect forms around hair, if this
» happens in the front of the hairline, which is does in %50+ of the
» displayed Armani results, it looks dreadful, imagine going out for beers
» with that on your forehead every night. Look carefully, you’ll see what I’m
» talking about.
» the “pluggy” look. you might feel that the “pluggy” look is so much better
» from the procedures done in the 90’s that it’s amazing, but look carefully.
» On almost 80% of Armani’s patients that post pictures (i.e. the BEST
» results) there is still this awful “pluggy” look going on at the front of
» the hairline. Kind of a micro version of the Joe Biden, big punch,
» transplant days. Look carefully, you’ll see what I’m talking about almost
» Chinese guy, there is a chinese guy named chanyouze or something on here,
» and he got fuct bad. Armani patient, went in with some hair, came out 11
» months later with less. Thing don’t always go right dudes.
» that’s all I got for now . . . don’t be blinded by the big boobies. . .
» .those boobies got teeth. . . .
(sorry truthtales ure thread just got hijacked!)
lmao this is a classic case of forum BS. Compare joe’s post above to his first post a few days ago below:
“I’d say the revolution has begun with that photo of Burberry. No matter what you think of Armani’s practice of working on younger patients (perhaps who should or should not be advised to wait) Burberry’s photos show that full restoration of the scalp is possible - and if that is possible, then there is not any real reason to wait. I’d like to think that younger men without financial security would think twice and not run into a situation that might cost them a lot more money in the future. But has anyone who has questioned the Armani clinic in the past ever thought that perhaps they are so confident in their ability to FUE transplant hair that they don’t think it such a grave matter to give a FUE transplant to a 24 year old kid anymore. I have been roaming around the internet for a couple months now on this sh*t, and it’s obvious, obvious, that Armani does the best job. I mean what are you getting the hair transplant for? A healthy heart? no. It’s all about image and this guy (Armani) knows it and transplants accordingly. In short, he gets it. H&W might do good work, Bisanga might be renowned, but this guy Armani knows why people get hair transplants and does his surgery accordingly. . . . it’s over, get on board with Armani’s way of doing things or move out of the way.”
I don’t know what your real position is or what your point really is but it stinks. If you think my results I regretfully posted are pluggy have pimples or pluggy look i invite u to meet with me in person and bring a camera with u provided u block my face out. if that was really the case, i highly doubt i would’ve spent roughly 15g’s on my hair transplant with armani bro. it’s one thing to have totally legit reasons for being bias towards a clinic, but ure grounds for discrediting armani r the funniest i’ve seen to date. if u would’ve said dense pact i’d agree, if u would’ve said guys in their 20’s i’d agree, but pluggy look? pimples on hairlines? unnatural look???and all this on 80% of his patients? to that i say hahahahaa …no seriously… who r u really?